House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is a hardcore supporter of gay marriage. She gave a big ol’ “who cares?” when Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., railed against last summer’s Supreme Court same-sex marriage victory.
But marriage generally? Pelosi gave it a "meh" in a recent interview with NowThis News.
“But I would say, you know, if you’re getting married -- why are you getting married?" Pelosi asked. "Why would you get married? Why would anybody get married? In that the Read more [...]
Religious liberty law firm Thomas More Society has filed a federal lawsuit in Tennessee on behalf of former Walgreens pharmacist Philip Hall, alleging Hall was unfairly fired because his faith would not permit him to sell the Plan B morning-after pill over the counter.
Hall worked for the Jamestown, Tenn., location for six years prior to his August 2013 termination. His attorneys say the store permitted him to opt out of filling prescriptions for abortifacients Ella or Plan B when they were prescription Read more [...]
A new bill being proposed would help to end the hypocritical rule of the Obama’s and force them to abide by the same “Let’s Move” guidelines Michelle Obama has pushed in schools across America.
Illinois Republican Rodney Davis has introduced the bill after a recent dinner at the White House for French President Hollande combined excess and gluttony, making him decide that enough is enough.
Last Tuesday’s dinner consisted of a 2500 calorie feast that included dry-aged prime rib served Read more [...]
Senate Democrats facing tough elections this year want the Internal Revenue Service to play a more aggressive role in regulating outside groups expected to spend millions of dollars on their races.
In the wake of the IRS targeting scandal, the Democrats are publicly prodding the agency instead of lobbying them directly. They are also careful to say the IRS should treat conservative and liberal groups equally, but they’re concerned about an impending tidal wave of attack ads funded by GOP-allied Read more [...]
If only Republicans had thought of this idea when it was still logistically feasible, say, just before the law's horrific implementation roll-out. What a novel solution from Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), who was already on the record in support of an individual mandate delay:
“You’re just picking and choosing,” the West Virginia Democrat said of the administration’s decision. “First it’s basically the large employers, then it’s medium groups, then it’s 50 to 100 — medium-sized. Read more [...]
More new evidence that the Obama Regime has weaponized the IRS, tyrannically using it to silence and punish his political opponents, has been revealed by House Ways and Means Chairman Dave Camp. Congressman Camp says that not only were new Tea Party and other conservative groups targeted, which is a well-known fact that the Obama IRS already apologized for, but 100% of the audits on existing 501(c)(4) groups were conducted against conservative groups. According to the Wall Street Journal, Camp said:
“We Read more [...]
Senator Rand Paul shared on the Fox News channel’s “Hannity,” that he was intent on suing Obama if he did not put an end to his NSA snooping program. Knowing that Obama doesn’t do anything he doesn’t want to do, Paul is officially suing Obama and began the process by filing the papers today.
Paul was said to submit the papers to the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C this morning in regards to the National Security Agency’s massive surveillance programs. Paul has joined leagues Read more [...]
The current stock market is more or less following the same patter the 1928-1929 stock market leading up to the 1929 stock market crash. This, of course, is what marked the beginning of the Great Depression.
While many dismiss this correlation of data as suspect, it should at least give us concern. The stock market cannot go up indefinitely.
If the stock market doesn’t correct as sharply as it did in 1929 that would be great news! With all of this easy credit available, similar to the 1920s, Read more [...]
Americans today are too sensitive about race, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas told a gathering of college students in Florida on Tuesday.
Speaking at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Fla., Thomas, the second black justice to serve on the court, lamented what he considers a society that is more “conscious” of racial differences than it was when he grew up in segregated Georgia in the days before — and during — the civil rights era.
“My sadness is that we are Read more [...]
It’s a festive day for the two dogs in the White House. No, not those two, the four legged ones, Bo and Sunny. They got all dressed up in their finest by the royal family for a dinner appropriately hosting the French President, Francois Hollande. In true Marie Antoinette fashion, the dogs were bejeweled and sitting at a table set with china and crystal.
Michelle Obama made sure we all saw their lavish lifestyle that we are paying for by tweeting the photo.
While the dogs aren’t eating cake, Read more [...]
At 4:45 POTUS and president Hollande walked out from a portico and strolled in Front of your pool with Leslie Bowman, president of the Monticello Foundation. Looking at a terrace she said that Jefferson loved to admire the landscape from there. POTUS said that he'd like to take a look and seemed delighted to "break the protocol".
"That's the good thing as a President, I can do whatever I want" he quipped, walking to the terrace with his guest and Ms. Bowman. Pool now in the mansion as the leaders Read more [...]