[Breitbart.com] The pushback against Donald Trump’s comments about Mexican immigrants is emotional, knee-jerk and not fact-based, according to political commentator and author of the new book ‘Adios, America’ Ann Coulter.
Monday, NBC announced it was cutting ties with Trump following the backlash over the GOP presidential contender’s view that Mexican immigrants are bringing their problems to the U.S.
“They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people,” Trump said during his campaign announcement earlier this month. –Read More…
[Newsbusters.org] The “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC were out in full force on Tuesday night following New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie’s 2016 presidential announcement to attack Christie over his temper and use the Bridgegate scandal to argue that it’s “fed his image as bully” leading to “a long road ahead” for the nomination.
Covering the story for the CBS Evening News, congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes invoked Bridgegate just over halfway into her report, but promoted it as having “fed his image as a bully” before playing an undated soundbite of Christie engaging with a heckler in which he told the man shouting to “sit down and shut up” (more on that clip shortly).
Rabbi JONATHAN CAHN ON CAPITAL HILL
[Newsmax.com] Justice Antonin Scalia wrote a dissenting opinion of the Supreme Court’s decision and called the majority on the high court a “threat to American democracy.”
The ruling “says that my ruler and the ruler of 320 million Americans coast-to-coast, is a majority of the nine lawyers on the Supreme Court,” Scalia said. Chief Justice John Roberts, along with Samuel Alito, Scalia and Clarence Thomas all dissented in separate opinions.
There are currently 13 state bans in place, while another state, Alabama, has contested a court ruling that lifted the ban there. Scalia’s dissent was among the strongest:
“The substance of today’s decree is not of immense personal importance to me,” he wrote. “It is of overwhelming importance, however, who it is that rules me. Today’s decree says that my Ruler, and the Ruler of 320 million Americans coast-to-coast, is a majority of the nine lawyers on the Supreme Court. Until the courts put a stop to it, public debate over same-sex marriage displayed American democracy at its best.” –Read More…
[Breitbart.com] In a crushing defeat for traditionalists, the U.S. Supreme Court has mandated same-sex marriage as a constitutional right from sea to shining sea.
In a 5-4 decision the Supreme Court has held there is a 14th amendment right for people of the same sex to marry. The U.S. becomes only the second country, after Brazil, that has arrived at same-sex marriage through judicial imposition.
Obergefell v. Hodges was a consolidation of several cases brought by same-sex couples challenging the definition of marriage in Ohio, Tennessee, Michigan, and Kentucky. The court decided two questions:
* Whether the 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution requires a state to license a marriage between two people of the same sex.
* Whether the 14th Amendment requires a state to recognize a marriage between two people of the same sex when their marriage was lawfully licensed and performed out-of-state.
[PersonalLiberty.com] REPOSTED: JUNE 26, 2015
The National Rifle Association is sounding an alarm over a new regulatory proposal from the Obama administration aimed at restricting access to technical information about firearms and “firearm-related speech.”
In a blog posting on its Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) page, the NRA warns the proposal is wrong in principle — and that it could lead to a much more expansive application of free-speech restrictions than the proposal’s arcane language rather innocuously appears to indicate.
The proposal aims to “clarify” language in regulations attached to the federal Arms Export Control Act, a law that “regulates the movement of so-called ‘defense articles’ and ‘defense services’ in and out of the United States,” according to NRA. The regulations that underpin the law’s enforcement allow the government to regulate the “technical data” related to the design and manufacture of firearms. –Read More…
[FoxNews.com] The State Department said Thursday that it cannot locate 15 work-related emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server released this week by the select committee probing the 2012 Benghazi attacks, a revelation that the head of the committee described as “significant and troubling.”
The emails consist of more in a series of intelligence reports passed to her by longtime political confidant Sidney Blumenthal, officials told The Associated Press.
At the least, the existence of the emails turned over by Blumenthal but not by Clinton directly contradicts Clinton’s news conference in March in which she claimed that all work emails from her personal server were turned over to the State Department. –Read More…
[FoxNews.com] The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld ObamaCare subsidies nationwide, in the second major court victory for President Obama on his signature health care law.
In a 6-3 decision, the court ruled that subsidies are valid even in states that did not set up their own insurance exchanges.
A ruling against the administration would have threatened subsidies worth millions in nearly three-dozen states and imperiled the program itself. For months, though, the administration said it had no back-up plans, confident the Supreme Court would rule in its favor. –Read More…
[HumanEvents.com] There are no sure things in politics, but Hillary Clinton is the closest thing to a sure thing to become the Democrats’ candidate for president in 2016.
This is one of the painful but inescapable signs of our time. There is nothing in her history that would qualify her for the presidency, and much that should disqualify her. What is even more painful is that none of that matters politically. Many people simply want “a woman” to be president, and Hillary is the best-known woman in politics, though by no means the best qualified.
What is Hillary’s history? In the most important job she has ever held — Secretary of State — American foreign policy has had one setback after another, punctuated by disasters. –Read More…
[Wild Guess] Obama: ‘Within Our Children’s Lifetimes, On Our Current Pace, the Oceans Go Up Maybe 2, Maybe 3, Maybe 4 Feet’
[CNSNews.com] Speaking at an event held in a private home in San Francisco on Friday evening, President Barack Obama warned: “Well within our children’s lifetimes, on our current pace, the oceans go up maybe two, maybe three, maybe four feet.”
In the speech, the president said: “There are two things in particular that these days I’m spending a lot of time thinking about. The first is the changing nature of the economy.” The other, he said, is “climate change.”
Here is an excerpt from the transcript of the president’s speech, which was posted on the White House website: –Read More…
[Personal Liberty Digest] Everybody wants it the world over. We live and die for it. Our forefathers trusted it as we do. It is like a universal religion. It symbolizes wealth and prestige.
But it is a figment of the imagination — it is a fake, a phony and a myth created by the silent rulers of the world. It’s the biggest lie never told!
What is it? It’s the U.S. dollar. And its modern alchemist is the United States Federal Reserve — a private money cartel.
It creates wealth for some and steals wealth from the masses. Everybody feels good when they think about it and when they believe that they have it. –Read More…
[Townhall.com] When citizen journalist Rich Weinstein exposed Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber in late 2014 for defrauding the country and calling the American voter “stupid,” the White House denied he played a major role in writing the legislation and argued he was just “some advisor.”
But new emails, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, reconfirm what we already knew. Gruber played an integral, major role in developing Obamacare:
The emails show frequent consultations between Mr. Gruber and top Obama administration staffers and advisers in the White House and the Department of Health and Human Services on the Affordable Care Act. They show he informed HHS about interviews with reporters and discussions with lawmakers, and he consulted with HHS about how to publicly describe his role. –Read More…
[FoxNews.com] Dylann Roof, the 21-year-old suspect in the deadly shooting at a Charleston church that left nine people dead, was captured Thursday at a traffic stop in Shelby, North Carolina, which is over 240 miles northwest from the crime scene, authorities said.
Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen said authorities were given a tip by a citizen, which lead to the capture. The suspect was in the vehicle and was cooperative, he said. Mullen also said officials believe Roof acted alone.
Police immediately branded the shooting spree, which began just after 9 p.m. Wednesday, a hate crime, and released surveillance images of a white man fleeing the scene at 180-year-old Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church after the horrific incident, which left six women and three men dead. –Read More…
[Newsmax] Donald Trump has built stunning high-rises and golf courses, starred in his own reality television show and made billions. He did something Tuesday evening in Iowa that he’s threatened to do many times before but never actually done: actively campaigned for the American presidency.
It was classic Trump, as he showcased his business success and what he described as his instinctive ability to predict the future. He also showed an eagerness to criticize his fellow Republicans running for president.
“He can’t even put on a tie and jacket and he’s running for president?” Trump asked, noting Jeb Bush’s casual dress Monday for his presidential campaign announcement. –Read More…