Perhaps if Justice Brett Kavanaugh was around, the Supremes would have considered overturning the case against Judge Vance Day. But the Supreme Court decided against hearing the case just before the new justice was sworn in.
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The mainstream media has been pushing the LGBT agenda relentlessly, almost as if its successes would not be possible without all the fanfare. But we must not assume that this steamroller will flatten every enemy. In fact, there are recent signs that it is sputtering, unequal to the task of world take over.
We’ve all heard stories of private property in effect being condemned so that some woodland creature we’ve never heard of could live there. Of course, that’s usually with no consideration for the rights of the landowner. Well, a case is hopefully coming before the US Supreme Court that’s more ridiculous than that.
Students are frequently taught that a corporation is a legal person. Since a living, breathing person has religious rights, why wouldn’t a corporate person? Although the Supreme Court did not buy that argument completely, it did open the door widely enough to exempt Hobby Lobby and similar companies that have been protesting the contraceptive mandate of ObamaCare. Under the new ruling, a company must be closely held to meet the exemption, which means there are a limited number of stockholders. Furthermore, such stock is publicly traded only on occasion.
In a groundbreaking decision, the Court said, “Any test the Court adopts must acknowledge a practice that was accepted by the Framers and has withstood the critical scrutiny of time and political change . . . Any test that would sweep away what has so long been settled would create new controversy and begin anew the very divisions along religious lines that the Establishment Clause seeks to prevent.”