Archive for June 30th, 2019

Food For Thought (For Starving Minds)

on June 30, 2019, 7:51 AM / in Opinion

In a society that claims to enjoy the right of free speech it sure seems like there is very little free speech going on. Wherever you are, and under whatever circumstances you might find yourself, there always seems to be someone, or some group, that seeks to set standards as to what is, and what isn’t, acceptable speech. As a […]

Read more ›

Supreme Court: no judicial remedy for partisan gerrymandering

on June 30, 2019, 7:49 AM / in National News, Opinion

By Walter Olson |  Overlawyered.com My quick take at Cato: A constitutional wrong to which there is no remedy? For decades the Supreme Court has held severe partisan gerrymandering to be a violation of equal protection, but for just as long it has proved unwilling to convert that holding into any sort of solid remedy. In last year’s Cato Supreme Court […]

Read more ›
Operation Wet Back

Operation Wet Back

on June 30, 2019, 7:42 AM / in History, Opinion

By Anna Von Reitz  |   A Nation Beguiled Back in the 1950’s, when Americans were not pre-programmed to be politically correct, General Dwight D. Eisenhower and his Staff conducted Operation Wet Back.  They used US Army and Federal Agency personnel to sweep through the Southern and Western States and remove all undocumented aliens back to their countries of origin.  If […]

Read more ›

2nd Night Of Primary Debates Expose Democrat’s Weak Points Ahead Of 2020

on June 30, 2019, 7:39 AM / in National News

Democrats wrapped up day two of primary debates in Miami, Florida. One America’s Jacob Demille breaks down the winners and losers from Thursday’s showcase.  

Read more ›
Supremes to Hear Challenge Over DACA’s Sudden End

Supremes to Hear Challenge Over DACA’s Sudden End

on June 30, 2019, 7:33 AM / in National News

Courthouse News WASHINGTON (CN) – The Supreme Court took up a challenge Friday over the termination of DACA, an Obama-era program that deferred deportation for qualifying young immigrants who lack documentation. In move that Republicans roundly criticized as an executive branch overstep, President Barack Obama used an executive order to implement DACA in 2012 after Congress deadlocked on a bill that created […]

Read more ›

Christmas in June?

on June 30, 2019, 7:29 AM / in State News

A lawsuit over the placement of a Pennsylvania town’s annual Christmas tree has ended, and the tree-lighting ceremony moved, at least for the time being. In 2016 and 2017, Middletown’s annual Christmas tree-lighting ceremony was held in front of the historic McNair House. In 2018, the owners of the home, Adam and Virginia Germak, filed a lawsuit against the city. […]

Read more ›

Seven Not A Lucky Number

on June 30, 2019, 7:26 AM / in State News

A lawyer and his client have been ordered to pay more than $1 million in sanctions and penalties after filing as many as seven amended complaints against a condo association. According to news reports, plaintiff Marshall Spiegel, through his attorney John Xydakis, sued his condo association, 1618 Sheridan Road Condominium Association. In February 2018, Cook County (IL) Judge Margaret Ann […]

Read more ›
JIMMY CARTER AFFLICTED WITH RUSSIAN FEVER

JIMMY CARTER AFFLICTED WITH RUSSIAN FEVER

on June 30, 2019, 7:24 AM / in Opinion

At the Democratic Party presidential debates, several of the candidates mentioned Russia as our country’s greatest threat, citing their attempts to influence the result of the 2016 presidential election. This obsession with Russia has infected the entire Democratic Party, including their elder statesman, former President Jimmy Carter. Ironically, when Carter served as the nation’s 39th President, Jimmy Carter was a […]

Read more ›

This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism

on June 30, 2019, 7:21 AM / in History

1993—In furtherance of his 1985 desegregation plan for the Kansas City, Missouri, School District—a plan that will become (according to the description embraced by Chief Justice Rehnquist) the “most ambitious and expensive remedial program in the history of school desegregation”—federal district judge Russell G. Clark orders the state of Missouri to fund salary increases for school-district staff in order to […]

Read more ›

Pregnant woman who lost baby in Alabama shooting charged with manslaughter, shooter goes free

on June 30, 2019, 7:17 AM / in State News

Justice rightly decided, no matter what the AP suggests Associated Press BIRMINGHAM, Ala.— An Alabama woman whose fetus died after she was shot in a fight has been charged with manslaughter, while the woman accused of shooting her has been freed. AL.Com reports 27-year-old Marshae Jones was indicted by the Jefferson County grand jury Wednesday. She was five months pregnant when 23-year-old […]

Read more ›
Wimbledon looms

Wimbledon looms

on June 30, 2019, 7:12 AM / in Tennis

Within the first minute of the Wimbledon draw ceremony Friday there arrived a bit of information many were wondering about: Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were indeed set up for a potential semifinal meeting, with Novak Djokovic possibly awaiting that showdown’s winner in the final. Toward the end of the proceedings came the most fascinating first-round matchup of all: 39-year-old […]

Read more ›
GOOGLE Scrubs Natural Health Websites From Its Search Results

GOOGLE Scrubs Natural Health Websites From Its Search Results

on June 30, 2019, 7:07 AM / in National News

Earlier this month, in one devastating algorithmic stroke, Google removed many of the top natural health and health freedom websites from their organic search results — some losing as much as 99% of their traffic. In fact, the term “organic” should no longer be used to describe Google’s referral traffic, as a jaw-dropping undercover investigation by Project Veritas reveals: Google […]

Read more ›
Who is winning the race for (Nashville)mayor. What the polls show.

Who is winning the race for (Nashville)mayor. What the polls show.

on June 30, 2019, 7:06 AM / in Opinion, State News

A Disgruntled Republican in Nashville A right-leaning disgruntled Republican comments on the news of the day and any other thing he damn-well pleases. A recent Tennessee Star/ Triton poll shows the following in the mayor’s race (link): David Briley 27.8 percent Carol Swain 22 percent John Cooper 19.8 percent John Ray Clemmons  10.8 percent Undecided 19.5 percent For any candidate to […]

Read more ›
Mom and pop liquor store owners win battle against Tennessee residency rule

Mom and pop liquor store owners win battle against Tennessee residency rule

on June 30, 2019, 6:57 AM / in State News

The Supreme Court Wednesday struck down a Tennessee residency requirement for retail liquor sellers. The ruling boosted a mom-and-pop liquor store in Memphis and potentially opened the door for increased competition from out-of-state megastores. The court by a 7-2 vote affirmed a lower court opinion that held unconstitutional Tennessee’s two-year durational residency requirement for retail liquor store licenses. The law, […]

Read more ›
For Liberal CEOs, Abortion Is Good for Business

For Liberal CEOs, Abortion Is Good for Business

on June 30, 2019, 6:51 AM / in National News, Opinion

by Doreen Denny As more states pass restrictions on abortion, companies are coming out of the woodwork to oppose them. Recently, some 180 companies “employing more than 108,000 workers” purchased a full-page ad in The New York Times under the banner “Don’t Ban Equality: It’s time for companies to stand up for reproductive health care.” Translation: It’s time for businesses to defend […]

Read more ›

Ridgetop Mayor Accused of Giving Little Public Notice He Would Scrap Police Department

on June 30, 2019, 6:47 AM / in State News

The Tennessee Star The Tennessee Coalition for Open Government has criticized how Ridgetop’s mayor and aldermen had little to no transparency when alerting the public that they might vote to do away with the city’s police department. As The Tennessee Star reported this month, Ridgetop City Council members voted to do away with the city’s police force because of what some people […]

Read more ›
Democrat Party Treason comes right out in the open

Democrat Party Treason comes right out in the open

on June 30, 2019, 6:32 AM / in Opinion

Marxocratism, the unique American species of Marxism driving the Democrat Party no longer hides its hatred of America Vic Biorseth |  https://www.CatholicAmericanThinker.com/ We have been making the point that the Democrat (Marxocrat) Party is basically anti-American for a number of years now, and most Americans thought that was a pretty wild idea, over the top, and not true. But it […]

Read more ›

Say Anything!

on June 30, 2019, 6:26 AM / in National News

By James Howard Kunstler  |  Kunstler.com My favorite moment in the Wednesday night “B” Team installment of the Democratic primary debates was Julian Castro’s “defense” of transgender abortion rights. Say what…? I almost dropped my bag of Dinamita Mojo Criollo Doritos. Did that really come out of Little Julian’s mouth? Apparently so. But how does it actually work? Like, say, in theory, […]

Read more ›

Castro: Transgender Women Should Have the Right to Abortion

on June 30, 2019, 6:23 AM / in National News

  BY: David Rutz  |  Washington Free Beacon Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro said Wednesday his health care plan would protect abortions for transgender women, who are not able to get pregnant. NBC moderator Lester Holt noted every candidate on the stage at the first Democratic primary debate supported abortion rights, and Castro replied in the affirmative when asked if his […]

Read more ›
Trump makes history, crossing into North Korea, before announcing nuclear talks will restart

Trump makes history, crossing into North Korea, before announcing nuclear talks will restart

on June 30, 2019, 6:20 AM / in International News

President Trump made history on Sunday by crossing into North Korea as part of a meeting with Kim Jong Un in which he and the North Korean leader agreed to restart stalled nuclear talks. Trump and Kim shook hands across a concrete slab forming the line between to the two nations, according to a reporter traveling with the president. “Good […]

Read more ›