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Trump Sues Univision For $500M, Mexico And Thomas Roberts Pull Out Of Pageant

For once Donald Trump has followed through with a lawsuit threat: Donald Trump, a Republican presidential candidate, is suing Univision. The Spanish-language TV network dropped its coverage of Miss USA and Miss Universe — two beauty pageants that Trump co-owns — because of Trump’s remarks about Mexican immigrants during his presidential campaign announcement on June 16. NBCUniversal also dropped the …

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First Grader Faces Down Street Preacher

“Zea faces down a fire and brimstone street preacher, at a festival in Columbus, the day after the SCOTUS marriage equality ruling.” 230K views already. (Tipped by JMG reader Ray)

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AdWeek Slams Catholic Vote Clip: Galling And Meant To Marginalize LGBT People

In the comments of the post below this one, JMG reader Sam points us to this takedown of Catholic Vote by AdWeek: About halfway through this two-and-a-half-minute film from conservative nonprofit the Catholic Vote, its treacly, overlystylized message becomes clear. These Catholics are nervous about revealing their stance on same-sex marriage because they’re (spoiler alert!) against it. That stance is …

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A Response To Catholic Vote

A few days ago Catholic Vote went viral with a video which declared that they are no longer afraid to say that they don’t like gay people. Here’s a response clip.

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Sandy Rios: White House Rainbow Lights Will Increase Acts Of Terrorism

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Headline Of The Day

Via Media Matters: On June 26, the Supreme Court issued a decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, holding that the Fourteenth Amendment requires that states issue marriage licenses to same sex couples. Conservative media and the National Rifle Association (NRA) quickly seized on the decision to draw a parallel with concealed carry reciprocity, a top federal legislative priority of the NRA. …

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Third Eagle Of Apocalypse: Jesus Will Have Putin Destroy USA Over Marriage

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Carson: Congress Can Undo SCOTUS

“I hope it will be revisited because the reason that we have separation of powers is to prevent runaway courts, runaway executive branch, runaway legislative branch. The laws are made by the legislative branch. And, you know, you can make a law to negate virtually anything, you just have to be creative in the way that you do it. So …

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Obama To Expand Overtime Coverage

Via USA Today: The Obama administration is unveiling long-awaited new rules that would allow more workers to claim overtime pay. Currently, certain workers who make more than $23,660 cannot claim overtime; the new proposal would raise that threshold to $50,440 per year. “Right now, too many Americans are working long days for less pay than they deserve,” President Obama writes …

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White House Lights Planned For Months

Politico reports that the idea to bathe the White House in rainbow lights was conceived months ago. SPOTTED, at 4 a.m. Sat. at the White House: Jeff Tiller, 32, the White House director of specialty media (includes LGBT outreach) and former press-advance marvel, who had the inspired idea of bathing the North Portico (“The President’s Front Door”) in rainbow lighting. …

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Jon Stewart Mocks Wingnut Marriage Sadz

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Franklin Graham Has The Rainbow Sadz

“The President had the White House lit up in rainbow colors to celebrate the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage. This is outrageous—a real slap in the face to the millions of Americans who do not support same-sex marriage and whose voice is being ignored. God is the one who gave the rainbow, and it was associated with His judgment. …

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TEXAS: Benefits To Be Extended To Spouses Of Gay State Employees

Via the Austin Statesman: The state bureaucracy is moving forward to comply with the U.S. Supreme Court’s gay marriage decision, even as statewide elected leaders, including Gov. Greg Abbott, have lambasted the landmark ruling. Starting Wednesday — less than a week after the decision — the Employees Retirement System of Texas, the University of Texas System and the Texas A&M …

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Louisiana Marriage Map

Via the New Orleans Advocate: If a parish is shaded blue, that means The Advocate has confirmed it’s issuing licenses. If a parish is shaded yellow (or green-ish on some devices/screens), that means The Advocate hasn’t reached anyone at the parish for comment. If a parish is shaded red, that means the clerk has confirmed to The Advocate that it …

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Tucker Carlson Attacks Newspaper Editor Who Doesn’t Want Anti-Gay Columns

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Boy Culture Recaps NYC Pride

Click over to Matt Rettenmund’s Boy Culture for a massive photo recap of NYC Pride. Politicians, movie stars, beefcake, and bears!

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Ted Cruz: Ignore SCOTUS Ruling

Ted Cruz has decided that the Supreme Court’s marriage ruling only applies to the four states involved in the case. Via Politico: “Those who are not parties to the suit are not bound by it,” the Texas Republican told NPR News’ Steve Inskeep in an interview published on Monday. Since only suits against the states of Ohio, Tennessee, Michigan and …

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Matt Barber Columnist: Burn The Fag Flag

“Don’t ban the Confederate flag, instead they need to ban that blasphemous and demonic homosexual flag, that desecrates and mocks the beautiful image of the rainbow that signifies the covenant that God made with man never to flood the world again. I say keep the Confederate flag and strip every single one of these repulsive, diabolical little flags. Shred them …

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Bill O’Reilly Has The Rainbow Sadz

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Starnes: God Flooded DC Because SCOTUS

“Record-breaking floods have inundated Washington, D.C. just days after the Supreme Court decided they knew better than God. I seem to remember another time in history when there was a record-breaking flood. God painted the sky with rainbow colors after that flood. This go-around – Obama painted the White House with rainbow colors. Anybody got an ark?” – Todd Starnes, …

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