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Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Supreme Court Caught Messing With Marriage Case?

A series of events that has been described as a “troubling turn” has been found to have taken place at the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the justices’ looming decision on marriage – whether they will affirm the millennia old standard of one man and one woman or whether they will create a right to homosexual “marriage.”

The report is from the law firm of William J. Olson, P.C., the workplace of Olson, who served in several positions for the Reagan administration, and Herb Titus, a longtime constitutional law professor.

The organization has issued a series of reports on the issue of marriage, under funding from the United States Justice Foundation.

The circumstances concern efforts to have Ruth Ginsburg and Elena Kagan recused from the marriage case because they both have taken public advocacy positions for same-sex “marriage” by performing those ceremonies even while the case was pending before the justices.

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Anonymous said...

By all means, those two should be recused.

Anonymous said...

Let's just keep calling it "marriage", with the quotation marks.

Anonymous said...

It has become obvious to any observer that what the people of this country want makes no difference to ANY of our three branches of federal government. Neither the Legislative nor the Executive nor the Judicial branch of our government care what we want. Hussein Obama & John Boehner have proven that with TPP and FastTrack. The judges of the Judicial branch have flipped us the bird when they struck down the 4th Amendment. It's as plain as the nose on your face they don't care about you and are driven by personal agendas.