Democrisy! It’s not just for politicians anymore! The New York Times is as hypocritical as the Democrats for whom they shill.

Thanks to William Teach of The Pirate’s Cove, I found this editorial in The New York Times: The Supreme Court After Justice Scalia By The Editorial Board | February 14, 2016 When Antonin Scalia was named by President Ronald Reagan to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court in 1986, the Senate considered the nomination …

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RIP Antonin Scalia

The greatest voice on the Supreme Court has been silenced: Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia dies at 79 By Robert Barnes | The Washington Post Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the intellectual cornerstone of the court’s modern conservative wing, whose elegant and acidic opinions inspired a movement of legal thinkers and ignited liberal critics, died …

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Time’s half up! When can we finally admit that Affirmative Action has failed?

On March 7, 2015, the fiftieth anniversary of “Bloody Sunday,” President Barack Obama stood at the Edmund Pettis Bridge in Selma, Alabama, and said: Fifty years from “Bloody Sunday” our march is not yet finished. But we are getting closer. On June 23, 2003, Associate Justice Sandra O’Connor wrote, in the majority opinion in Grutter …

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#KimDavis is free and back on the job

From The Wall Street Journal: Defiant Kentucky Clerk Says She Won’t Block Same-Sex Marriage Licenses But Kim Davis questions whether licenses issued by her deputies will be valid without her approval By Valerie Bauerlein | September 14, 2015 8:37 a.m. ET A Kentucky clerk who was jailed for refusing to issue gay-marriage licenses because of …

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We called it, seven years ago

From the old site, over seven years ago: Same-sex marriage: a fait accompli Posted by Dana Pico on 2 June 2008, 6:57 am As I noted in a comment on Pandagon,1 I think that same-sex marriage is pretty much of a done deal. Politically, I think that same-sex marriage is inevitable. Even if the California initiative passes, it could not …

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Good news!

The Supreme Court decided, in the case of Schuette v Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration and Immigration Rights By Any Means Necessary (BAMN), that the convoluted reasoning that Michigan’s Proposition 2, which outlawed discrimination based on race by state agencies, including state universities was actually racially discriminatory in itself, was a stinking pile of …

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The American left are pro-choice on exactly one thing

Via Donald Douglas, I saw this gem concerning Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA): posted at 12:41 pm on March 25, 2014 by Ed Morrissey Behold one of the most chronically misinformed members of the US Senate surprising utterly no one with the extent of her insight into the Hobby Lobby case.  Barbara Boxer appeared on MSNBC …

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The normalization of homosexuality

From The Wall Street Journal: Utah’s Marriage Battles and the Ghost of Brigham Young The federal micromanaging of who can wed has a long, ironic history. By Seth Lipsky | January 17, 2014 7:05 p.m. ET The last time Utah got into a dustup with the United States government over legal questions regarding marriage, federal …

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