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“Open-Minded” Lesbian Sues Sperm Bank Over Mixed-Race Baby

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If you had any questions about the limited tolerance of the leftists who are most vociferous in their calls for open-mindedness, wonder no longer. A lesbian mother has lost a suit against a sperm bank for “wrongfully” impregnating her with

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1964 Civil Rights Act Expanded to Include LGBT Applicants

Now Hiring Rainbow Flag LGBT

The LGBT lobby has yet another notch in its belt. The 1964 Civil Rights Act has now been interpreted to protect LGBT workers from discrimination: In the past, courts have ruled that Title VII does not cover discrimination based on

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"The Supreme Court is Completely Out of Control" says GOP Presidential Candidate

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Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal took no time in condemning the Supreme Court Friday for their decision to legalize gay marriage. “The Supreme Court is completely out of control, making laws on their own, and has become a public opinion poll instead of

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Colorado Supreme Court: Employees Can Be Fired for “Legal” Off-Duty Marijuana Use

Amendment 64 map with cannabis

Even though marijuana is technically legal in Colorado, the Colorado Supreme Court just ruled that employees can still be fired for using it: The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday affirmed lower courts’ rulings that businesses can fire employees for the

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Pastors say 'We Don't have to Obey the Supreme Court on Gay Marriage'

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A Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage could be announced any day now, and pastors across the country are already saying they intend to break the law. The Supreme Court is expected to announce a ruling on state gay marriage

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Silk Road Creator Ross Ulbricht Sentenced to Life in Prison Without Parole

Silk Road

Ross Ulbricht created the most famous encrypted marketplace on the Dark Web, called the Silk Road. Through it, anonymous users could purchase nearly any illegal thing, but the site became famous for drugs. Sellers were rated (by discreteness of packaging,

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Nebraska Conservatives Override Veto and Outlaw Death Penalty

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The recent repeal of the death penalty in deeply conservative Nebraska surprised the nation, and now repeal advocates are saying this is just the beginning. Nebraska’s legislature voted Wednesday to override Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts’ veto of a bill that would

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Court Rules Pro-Life Views are Offensive!

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A new decision by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals holds that New York’s state government has the right to ban “Choose Life” license plates on the grounds that such a statement is “patently offensive.” The dispute stems from a

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Will the Supreme Court Force States to Accept Same-Sex Marriage?

Supreme Court Hears Same-Sex Marriage Arguments

Short answer: probably. The Supreme Court heard arguments on same-sex marriage yesterday, and I find it improbable they will come down on the side of states’ rights for this issue. For two-and-a-half hours — more than twice as long as a

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Judge Orders Taxpayers to Pay for Murderer’s Sex Change Operation

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A California judge has ordered that the state cover the expenses for a sex change operation for a current inmate who’s in jail for 2nd degree murder. Where will the state of California get the estimated $100,000 to cover this

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Children’s Court: Supreme Court Justice Kagan Cites Dr. Seuss

Kagan Dr. Seuss fish

You would think the Supreme Court has better things to do with its time than determine if a fisherman should be prosecuted under Wall Street regulatory law for throwing out too-small fish and thereby “destroying evidence.” They apparently don’t. Beyond

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Utah Woman Allowed by Court to Sue Herself

Sue Herself

Sue herself … ? Yes. A Utah woman has filed a lawsuit against herself for damages she apparently caused herself and her husband through her own negligence. As you can imagine, a court already threw out her case on the

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