The Supreme Court decision in Texas Housing v. Inclusive Communities protects people from "unconscious" racism.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton released a statement on June 28 offering guidance to Texas public officials who seek to reconcile adhering to their religious beliefs with upholding the law following the Supreme Court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, mandating recognition of same-sex marriage in all 50 states.
Leading federal Indian policy expert Elaine Willman, author of Going to Pieces: The Dismantling of the United States of America, told The New American in an exclusive in-studio interview that the Obama administration and federally funded tribal governments are colluding to assault the U.S. Constitution, property rights, and American liberties. She said the American people must wake up to the threat and take action.
Has our nation traded the rule of law for the rule of lawyers? Critics would say so. And this week’s Supreme Court rulings — most notably Friday's 5-4 decision on faux marriage — could be their Exhibit A.