@SenatorReid Thinks SCOTUS Hobby Lobby Ruling Is “Legislation” & Clarence Thomas Is White [VIDEO]

July 8, 2014 at 8:30 am

It is waaaaay past time for the old goat to be put out to pasture.
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“We have so much to address over the coming weeks, Mr. President. Sportsmen’s bill denied, the highway bill, emergency supplemental, manufacturing legislation… we going to do something about the Hobby Lobby legislation, we need to correct.”

H/T Caroline Schaeffer at IJReview who adds:

Hobby Lobby… legislation? Senator Reid, I don’t think you know how this works. The Senate cannot undo a decision made by the Supreme Court, unless it wants to act outside of the Constitution. Not a problem for some in the Democratic Party, but there you have it.

Here’s a refresher course, Mr. Reid, in case you need some brushing up on high school civics.

Mind-numbingly idiotic.

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“The one thing we are going to do during this work period, sooner rather than later, is to ensure that women’s lives are not determine by virtue of five white men,”

Since Harry is to lazy to read the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision, a visual aid and the fine details of who sided with who:

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Back row (left to right): Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen G. Breyer, Samuel A. Alito, and Elena Kagan. Front row (left to right): Clarence Thomas, Antonin Scalia, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Anthony Kennedy, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The four liberal Justices Elena Kagan, Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Stephen Breyerdissented on Monday.

Justices Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas, and Anthony Kennedy, along with Chief Justice John Roberts, joined Alito in the majority opinion.

Next time Harry do your own damn homework.

Previously:

Vlogger Danisha Carter Completely Dismantles The Feminazi Gimmie, Gimmie Hobby Lobby Bitch Fest

July 1, 2014 at 12:58 pm

Vlogger Danisha Carter –a breath of fresh air.

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Follow Danisha on Twitter:@DanishaCarter4

Subscribe to Danisha’s YouTube channel here.

Also see: Three Biggest Lies Liberals Spread about the Hobby Lobby Ruling

Previously:

Doc Drop: Read Full SCOTUS Hobby Lobby Decision (June 30, 2014)

July 1, 2014 at 8:43 am

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Previously:

Dishonest Josh Earnest Falsely Pads O’s Resume: “Constitutional Lawyer In Oval Office Disagrees” With SCOTUS Hobby Lobby Ruling

June 30, 2014 at 5:00 pm

Obama is not and has never been a “constitutional lawyer”. But that hasn’t stopped his new Press Secretary Josh Earnest from claiming otherwise.

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It’s official Earnest is just as much of a smarmy lying propagandist as his two predecessors; Robert Gibbs and Jay Carney were.
ZING!

BOOM!


BAM!

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Pelosi On Supreme Court Hobby Lobby Religious Freedom Decision: “Gross Violation Of Workers ‘Religious’ Rights”

BREAKING! Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Hobby Lobby! Landmark Victory For Religious Freedom!

Pelosi On Supreme Court Hobby Lobby Religious Freedom Decision: “Gross Violation Of Workers ‘Religious’ Rights”

June 30, 2014 at 11:51 am

Nancy should read SCOTUS’s decision so that she will know what’s in it.
Pelosi On Supreme Court Hobby Lobby Religious Freedom Decision Gross Violation Of Workers Religious Rights

Pray tell Nancy, exactly what religion demands that it’s followers have free access to abortion pills via their employer?

Link.

Zeroing in?


God has spoken?

Fact:

Previously:
BREAKING! Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Hobby Lobby! Landmark Victory For Religious Freedom!

BREAKING! Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Hobby Lobby! Landmark Victory For Religious Freedom!

June 30, 2014 at 9:26 am

Hallelujah! Thank the Lord. My prayers have been answered.

Details to follow.

UPDATE: As promised:

WASHINGTON (AP) — WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court ruled Monday that some corporations can hold religious objections that allow them to opt out of the new health law requirement that they cover contraceptives for women.

The justices’ 5-4 decision is the first time that the high court has ruled that profit-seeking businesses can hold religious views under federal law. And it means the Obama administration must search for a different way of providing free contraception to women who are covered under objecting companies’ health insurance plans.

Contraception is among a range of preventive services that must be provided at no extra charge under the health care law that President Barack Obama signed in 2010 and the Supreme Court upheld two years later.

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Justice Samuel Alito wrote the majority opinion. The court’s four liberal justices dissented.

The court stressed that its ruling applies only to corporations, like the Hobby Lobby chain of arts-and-craft stores, that are under the control of just a few people in which there is no essential difference between the business and its owners.

Alito also said the decision is limited to contraceptives under the health care law. “Our decision should not be understood to hold that an insurance-coverage mandate must necessarily fall if it conflicts with an employer’s religious beliefs,” Alito said.
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The contraceptives at issue before the court were the emergency contraceptives Plan B and ella [abortifacients --VH], and two IUDs.

Nearly 50 businesses have sued over covering contraceptives. Some, like those involved in the Supreme Court case, are willing to cover most methods of contraception, as long as they can exclude drugs or devices that the government says may work after an egg has been fertilized. Other companies object to paying for any form of birth control.

There are separate lawsuits challenging the contraception provision from religiously affiliated hospitals, colleges and charities.

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Ahem:


Cheers!


The case was not about birth control.

Suggested reading: The Hobby Lobby Decision and the Misleading Language of the Left

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VIDEO: Dana Loesch’s’ Fabulous The View’ Debut

February 4, 2014 at 7:56 am

ICYMI Here is video of conservative warrior Dana Loesch’s appearance on ‘The View’. Amazingly enough the...ahem… ladies of The View kept their claws in.

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(RightSightings) –In her [Feb. 3, 2014] debut as a panelist co-host on ABC’s ‘The View’, Conservative Talk Radio Host / The Blaze, Dana Loesch explains the events in her life that triggered her from being a progressive liberal to switching over to Conservative values.

Well done Dana, well done.

Sen. Mike Lee’s Tea Party Response To BHO’s SOTU [Video & Transcript]

January 29, 2014 at 10:02 am
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Good evening.

I’m Senator Mike Lee, from Utah.

In the few minutes I have tonight – I’d like to speak especially to those Americans who may feel they have been forgotten by both political parties:

Those individuals and families who work hard, play by the rules, balance their budgets, honor the Golden Rule … and don’t understand why their government in Washington can’t do the same.

You are probably as frustrated as I am about an ever-growing government that somehow thinks it is okay to lie to, spy on and even target its own citizens. Many hard-working Americans are discouraged and wondering what, if anything, can be done.

I believe we need to do what Americans have always done – come together and press for positive change. Protesting against dysfunctional government is a great American tradition, going back to the original Tea Party in Boston, about 240 years ago. Americans have a natural instinct to stand up and speak out when they know something is wrong.

In 1773, Americans had simply had it with a London-based national government that had become too big, too expensive and far too intrusive.

It is important to note, however, that had the founding generation stopped at just protesting against the kind of government Americans did not want, the Boston Tea Party would have been little more than a footnote in history. At most, it would have been remembered as just one more futile protest against an abusive national government.

Fortunately for all of us, those early patriots moved on from Boston and moved past their protest against the government they didn’t want. They marched forward on a road toward the kind of government they did want.

It took them 14 long years to get from Boston to Philadelphia, where they created, with our Constitution, the kind of government they did want.

In America, the test of any political movement is not what that movement is against, but what it is for. The founders made a point at Boston Harbor, but they made history in Philadelphia’s Independence Hall.

Unfortunately, in recent years, we have had no choice but to engage in a number of protests against our current president’s Washington-centered agenda.

As Americans we must always be willing to fight the Boston-type battles — boldly calling out bad policy whenever we see it – but we must do so with an eye toward Philadelphia, maintaining a positive focus on the kind of nation we want to be and become.

Today, Americans know in their hearts that something is wrong. Much of what is wrong relates to the sense that the “American Dream” is falling out of reach for far too many of us. We are facing an inequality crisis – one to which the President has paid lip-service, but seems uninterested in truly confronting or correcting.

This inequality crisis presents itself in three principal forms:

immobility among the poor, who are being trapped in poverty by big-government programs;

insecurity in the middle class, where families are struggling just to get by and can’t seem to get ahead;

and cronyist privilege at the top, where political and economic insiders twist the immense power of the federal government to profit at the expense of everyone else.

To be fair, President Obama and his party did not create all of these problems. The Republican Establishment in Washington can be just as out-of-touch as the Democratic Establishment.

However, tonight, as on numerous occasions of late, the President’s lofty rhetoric ignored the fact that his administration continues to leave poor and middle-class families further behind, while he and his allies insist that the real problem is “inequality” itself.

But where does this new inequality come from? From government – every time it takes rights and opportunities away from the American people and gives them instead to politicians, bureaucrats, and special interests.

Inequality – real inequality – is trapping poor children in failing schools to benefit bureaucrats and union bosses. It’s penalizing low-income parents for getting married, or getting better jobs.

It’s guaranteeing insurance companies taxpayer bailouts if Obamacare cuts into their profits.

Inequality is blocking thousands of middle-class jobs in the energy industry as a favor to partisan donors and radical environmental activists.

Inequality is denying viable, unborn children any protection under the law, while exempting unsanitary, late-term abortion clinics from basic safety standards.

It’s denying citizens their right to define marriage in their states as traditionally or as broadly as their diverse values dictate.

It’s the federal government hurting rural communities, especially in the west, by controlling and mismanaging public lands.

It’s changing laws without congressional approval, and spying on American citizens without constitutional authority.

And of course, Obamacare – all by itself – is an inequality Godzilla that has robbed working families of their insurance, their doctors, their wages and their jobs. Many Americans are now seeing why some of us fought so hard to stop this train-wreck over the last four years.

Government-driven inequality is the reason why, as hard-working families across the country struggle to make ends meet, six of the ten wealthiest counties in America are now suburbs of Washington, D.C.

Throughout the last five years, President Obama has promised an economy for the middle class; but all he’s delivered is an economy for the middle-men.

And tonight his party cheered as he asked for more of the same, as if the solution to inequality were … well … more inequality.

Critics might push back and argue that my own party has been part of the problem, too often joining the Democrats to rig our economy to benefit the well-connected at the expense of the disconnected.

I know, because I’m one of those critics.

But I’m speaking to you tonight because I think maybe – just maybe – that’s finally starting to change.

As a nation we are, once again, at a critical turning point.

Now, as in 1773, Americans have had it with our out-of-touch national government. But if all we do is protest, our Boston Tea Party moment will occupy little more than a footnote in our history.

Hopefully our leaders, reformers and citizens will join the journey from Boston to Philadelphia – from protest to progress. Together we can march forward and take the road that leads to the kind of government we do want.

We have a new generation of leaders in Washington with positive, innovative ideas – thoughtful policy reforms to, as my friend Senator Ted Cruz says -”Make D.C. listen.” Reforms to help poor families work their way into the middle class, to help middle-class families start to get ahead, and to level the playing field and put corporate and political insiders back to work for the rest of us.

Conservative reformers like Senator Marco Rubio, Congressman Paul Ryan and Congressman Jim Jordan are working on new welfare-reform ideas to help underprivileged families escape poverty.

Senator Rand Paul and I are working with some of the most liberal Democrats in Congress to reform the federal criminal-justice system – to help keep violent predators behind bars while creating opportunities for reformed, non-violent offenders to return to the families and neighborhoods that so desperately need them.

Senator John Cornyn has legislation that would empower states to improve K-12 education across the country.

Senator Tim Scott has reforms to improve our job-training programs. And I’ve introduced a bill to modernize higher education, making it more accessible and affordable for lower-income and non-traditional students.

Congressman Tom Graves has a transportation-reform bill to ensure our infrastructure dollars are invested in roads and bridges, and not wasted on bureaucrats and special interests.

Congressman Mike Pompeo introduced a bill to end all federal subsidies for the energy industry. And others are working on proposals to do the same for every industry – so that business profits are won from customers, not through political connections. After all, if we’re going to reform welfare, we really should start with corporate welfare.

One proposal that should directly help you and your family is a bill I have introduced to simplify our tax code, and provide relief from the hidden double-tax Washington currently imposes on working parents, especially moms and dads in the middle class.

When it comes to healthcare, we know the best way to repeal Obamacare is to deliver better solutions.

We can’t just return to the old system. Healthcare policy used to give too much power to insurance companies; Obamacare now gives far too much power to government. We know that real reform will put healthcare dollars and decisions where they belong, in the hands of patients and families and their doctors and nurses.

So reformers in both the House and the Senate are hard at work developing new, patient-centered reforms to control healthcare costs, ensure access to affordable coverage for all Americans, and provide extra help for the poor and the sick.

All of these proposals within this new conservative reform agenda, along with many more to come, mark the road to Philadelphia. These principles and these policies will work – and will put Americans back to work.

Not just by cutting big government, but by fixing broken government. Not just by making government smaller but by promoting bigger citizens, stronger families and more heroic communities. Our goal should be an America where everyone has a fair chance to pursue happiness – and find it. That’s what it looks like when protest grows into reform.

So if you’re one of those Americans that big government is leaving behind… if you work hard, play by the rules and teach your kids to do the same, I want you to know that your family will not be forgotten anymore.

This new generation of reformers still has a long way to go to win over our Party in Washington, and even further to go to earn your trust.

I am confident that our best days as a nation are ahead of us – not because of government, but because within America’s diverse society of individuals and families, neighborhoods and churches, businesses and communities, freedom doesn’t mean you’re on your own. Freedom means we’re all in this together.

I invite you to join us on the road to a more prosperous America – together we can create the kind of government we do want and the kind of nation our children and grandchildren deserve.

Thank you very much for your time. Good night, and God bless.”

Bravo sir, bravo.

“The Exorcist” Author William Peter Blatty: Kathleen @Sebelius Endorses “Demonic” Acts

October 31, 2013 at 8:49 am

The morally bankrupt Godless secular left and demonic acts.
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Mere steps away from lunch is evidence of the fallen, in his eyes: his beloved alma mater, which he believes has drifted perilously into secularism. This month, Blatty submitted to the Vatican a petition with thousands of signatures and a 120-page institutional audit that calls for the removal of Georgetown’s Catholic and Jesuit designations if it does not comply with every little rule in “Ex Corde Ecclesiae,” John Paul II’s constitution for affiliated colleges. The university, for its part, says the “Catholic and Jesuit identity on campus has never been stronger.”

Bill, what are you doing? people have asked him.

Bill, times change. Let it go.

Bill, why are you punishing the school you love, the school whose scholarship money rescued you from a childhood of restless poverty in New York, the school that made possible your life, that cemented your faith?

“If you truly love someone that you think needs to be in rehab, you’ll do everything you possibly can to get them into rehab,” Blatty says. The last straw, he says, was Georgetown’s invitation of Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, to be a commencement speaker in May of last year. Sebelius has a record of supporting abortion rights, and abortion is the issue that really sets Blatty’s nerves on fire.

He describes, his voice trembling, a particular abortion procedure in graphic detail.

He pauses. His voice is nearly a whisper.

“That’s demonic.”

A synonym of “demonic” is evil, and anyone with a shred of human decency should by all rights classify the premeditated murder of new born babies as –EVIL.

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Which brings me to Kathleen Sebelius’ closerthanthis ties to the late Kansas abortion mill operator George “The Baby Killer” Tiller. Who is in all likelihood roasting in hell for his evil barbaric deeds.

George Tiller’s ill gotten ‘blood money’ which he pocketed from his performing up to the last minute (ILLEGAL) late-term abortions AND executing newborn babies (MURDER), helped to finance Kathleen Sebelius’ political rise from Governor of Kansas to the position she currently holds as Obama’s Secretary of Health and Human Services. Figuratively speaking, Sebelius’  political career road was paved with the dead bodies of innocent babies. For which “my body, my choice” did not apply.

Sebelius Unfit For HHS Post – Facts About Her Connections To The Abortion Cartel — Operation Rescue

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Important information and documentation about HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’ involvement in abortion scandals when she served as Kansas Governor
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Photos Link Sebelius To “Tiller the Killer”

Photographs obtained by Operation Rescue show that Sebelius hosted a lavish secret party for Tiller and his entire abortion clinic staff at the official governor’s mansion, Cedar Crest, in April, 2007. The source of the photos, who actually attended the party, told Operation Rescue that it was an “invitation only” party to honor Tiller and his staff for their abortion work.

Operation Rescue made an open records request for documents related to the party, including funding. After much stonewalling, the request was answered, but the party was listed under the name of a PAC, not under Tiller’s name or his abortion clinic, Women’s Health Care Services.

Sebelius told the press that the party was the prize at an auction event that benefitted the PAC, and that the state was reimbursed for the expense. However, records show the state initially paid for the party, and was only reimbursed by the PAC – conveniently – on the very day that the open records request was finally answered a year and a half after the event, giving the strong appearance of impropriety.

Based on the eye-witness source and the open records evidence, which indicates the “auction prize” story was cooked, Sebelius’ account of the Tiller party just does not add up and should not be believed for one minute. (Read in depth analysis -NEWLY UPDATED!)

Even the Wichita Eagle criticized Sebelius for her lack of judgment in hosting the Tiller soiree.

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Follow The Money

Documents on file with the Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission that show that Tiller, his abortion mill Women’s Health Care Services, and his political action committee, ProKanDo, donated tens of thousands of dollars to Sebelius campaigns over the years.

Those campaign contributions include, but are not limited to the following:

09-25-2001 JEANNE TILLER $ 2,000
09-25-2000 WOMENS HEALTH CARE SERVICES $2,000
09-25-2000 GEORGE TILLER $2,000
9-25-2000 GEORGE TILLER MD $2,000
09-10-1998 GEORGE TILLER $ 200
12-14-1998 JEANNE TILLER $ 250
06-18-1998 PRO CHOICE ACTION LEAGUE $1,000
05-01-1997 GEORGE TILLER $ 500
11-21-1994 GEORGE R TILLER $ 500
11-14-1994 GEORGE R TILLER PA $2,000
09-02-1994 GEORGE R TILLER $2,000
06-10-1994 GEORGE R TILLER $ 500
04-15-1994 GEORGE R TILLER $ 500

In Addition, Tiller has contributed generously to Sebelius’ PAC, the Bluestem Fund:

09-01-2000 GEORGE R. TILLER MD $5,000
09-07-2000 GEORGE R. TILLER MD PA $5,000
12-28-2001 WOMENS HEALTH CARE SERVICES $8,000
03-18-2002 WOMENS HEALTH CARE SERVICES $5,000

There is MUCH MORE where that came from. Read the in depth report in it’s entirety here.

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October 1, 2013 at 10:46 am
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Thanks to Obamacare, no being punished with a baby for Congress & Congressional staff .

Somewhere Sandra Fluke is having an obamacaregasam…

(Washington Times) –The Office of Personnel Management ruled Monday that members of Congress and their staffs will be able to buy health care plans that pay for abortions, even though the premiums are funded largely by taxpayer money — a move that conservatives say breaks federal law on abortion funding.

Under the terms of Obamacare, lawmakers and their aides are required to ditch their government-sponsored plans and buy insurance on state-based health care exchanges, though unlike most people on the exchanges, the staffers and members will have most of the costs of their premiums paid by their employer — in this case, taxpayers.

Federal law generally prevents taxpayer money from being used to pay for abortions, but OPM said the health care plans offered through the exchange were private. The agency also said it will make sure the money is segregated so that the portion that pays for abortions comes out of the employees’ own contributions, which amounts to about a quarter of the premiums.“While plans with such coverage may be offered on an Exchange, OPM can and will take appropriate administrative steps to ensure that the cost of any such coverage purchased by a member of Congress or a congressional staffer from a designated [exchange] is accounted for and paid by the individual rather than from the government contribution, consistent with the general prohibition on federal funds being used for this purpose,” OPM said in its ruling.

I’m having a hard time believing that the ‘keep ‘em separated’ plan will be strictly adhered to.

Rep. Christopher H. Smith, New Jersey Republican, said OPM is violating a law he wrote in 1983 that prohibits OPM from paying any expenses to administer plans that cover abortion, except in cases of rape or incest or when the mother’s life is in danger.

“You can’t break the law, Mr. President, and just issue a final rule as if somehow you’re comporting with the law,” Mr. Smith told The Washington Times. “We don’t want to subsidize abortion on demand, and the public is absolutely with us.”

Democrats applauded the ruling, saying it ensures equal access to abortions.

“This decision honors the spirit of the Affordable Care Act, which is significantly improving health care for women,” Reps. Rosa L. DeLauro of Connecticut and Louise McIntosh Slaughter of New York said in a joint statement. “All women, no matter where they work, deserve health care coverage that can meet their individual health care needs.”

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Progressives shed tears for anchor babies and GITMO detainees, but when it comes to the sanctity of human life; a baby in a mother’s womb, they are stone cold, soulless creatures.

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