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More Thoughts on Today’s Fifth Circuit DAPA Decision

PowerLineBlog

Here is the point: the Obama administration has launched a broad attack on the rule of law, extending over multiple fronts. It has sought not only to bypass Congress, but to reverse and annul federal legislation by executive order.

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No-Nonsense DUI Smartphone App Calls Attorney, Records Arrest

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF)– Driving under the influence or while intoxicated is a serious offense and a drunk driving arrest has serious consequences.

Now there’s a smartphone app for drivers who get stopped by the police for DUI/DWI, to help them deal with their case. 265 more words

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Fetti Magazine reblogged this on Fetti Magazine and commented:

Great idea!!!

Can We Have Religious Liberty In Modern America?

Federalist

The Supreme Court is soon to decide a case that could potentially impose same-sex marriage as a nationwide civil “right.” During one exchange in oral arguments in the case, Obama administration Solicitor General Donald Verrilli…

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Your government is corrupt. Very, very corrupt.

We all know it to at least some degree.

I suppose we don’t react to it in any useful way because it has happened gradually, over several generations, in a sort of frog-in-the-cookpot scenario.  1,502 more words

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AMERICANS 'PREFER CHRISTIANS FOR THEIR RULERS'

Bill Federer remembers John Jay’s suggestion for citizen ‘duty’

The first chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, appointed by George Washington, was also president of the American Bible Society. 2,345 more words

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Corruption from the IRS to the DoJ

PowerLine

The pro-Israel group Z Street had its application for tax-exempt status held up at the IRS. When founder Lori Lowenthal Marcus asked why, she was told that IRS auditors had been instructed to give pro-Israel groups special attention and that Z Street’s application had been forwarded to a special IRS unit for additional review.

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Christians Who Have Avoided the Culture Wars May No Longer Have a Choice With Religious Freedom in Jeopardy, Legal Scholar Says

ChristianPost

“Must pastors, priests, and rabbis provide religious marriage counseling to same-sex couples? Must religious colleges provide married student housing to same-sex couples? Must churches and synagogues employ spouses in same-sex marriages, even though such employees would be persistently and publicly flouting the religious teachings they would be hired to promote?

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