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Supreme Court Agrees To Hear the Case Of the Baker Forced Into Gay Serfdom

Back in March 2013, RedState’s managing editor, Erick Erickson, posted what I think is a seminal piece on the culture wars. It is titled You Will Be Made To Care. The thesis, broadly drawn, is that with the collapse of traditional morality in favor of …

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Supreme Court Hands President Trump A Victory In Travel Ban Case

My colleague, Andrea Ruth, posted just a short while ago on the decision by the Supreme Court to hear the case of President Trump’s ban on travel from six failed states or state sponsors of terrorism. This is typical of the coverage: The justices partly …

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BREAKING: SCOTUS Rules on Trinity Lutheran Case

The Supreme Court issued three opinions this morning, one of which was the much-anticipated Trinity Lutheran case, which involved the question of whether Missouri’s exclusion of a church preschool from its program which provides grants to non-profits for playground resurfacing violated the Free Exercise Clause. In a …

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BREAKING: Supreme Court Will Take On Trump’s Travel Ban

The U.S. Supreme Court announced on Monday, amidst a release of case decisions and announcements of cases it will take on after its summer recess, it will hear arguments on the Trump administration’s notable first big blunder, the travel ban. Travel ban will be argued in …

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Trump’s Eagerness To Meet With Putin At G20 Summit Has Some Advisers Feeling Leery

I remember being anxious before my first backstage hangout with Metallica. What would I wear? How would I fix my hair? Would I get to meet Kirk Hammett and James Hetfield? All the details are important to a fan, so I can imagine Donald Trump’s …

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The Left Is Good At Protesting But Not Much Else

Anti-war protests were all the rage in 2002 and 2003. In the lead-up to the Iraq War, protests in New York and Washington D.C. attracted hundreds of thousands of people. They had signs, burned President Bush in effigy, and walked around with small gasoline containers …

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Russian Collusion Claims Its First Victim

The man at ground zero of the rapidly deflating Trump-colluded-with-Russia conspiracy theory is the Russian ambassador, Sergey Kislyak. Kislyak has been the Russian ambassador to the United States for nearly a decade. During the past year, though, he’s become famous as the man everyone has …

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New Russian Ambassador Makes Life Hard for Trump and Tillerson

As I just posted, long time Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak has been recalled to Moscow. Who has Russia selected to replace him? Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister has been named as Russia’s ambassador in the United States, foreign ministry sources have told The Moscow Times. Career …

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You Won’t Believe the Image the Chinese Air Force Just Used On Its Propaganda Website

Last week the China Air Force Network, part of the Chinese Ministry of Defense and the propaganda organ of the PLAAF did a propaganda piece on the awesome training of the PLAAF and focused on a couple of pilots as the lead characters for the …

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‘Inclusive’ Gay Pride Parade Organizers To Jews: Go Away

When you tell Jewish people not to display the Star of David because it might “offend” another person, you’re engaging in bigotry and anti-Semitism. When you’re the organizer of a gay pride parade meant to celebrate “inclusiveness” then you’re not just engaging in bigotry and …

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