Tag Archives: Supreme Court

States Pile On Against Westboro

Almost all of the states have signed onto an amicus brief to the Supreme Court, asking that military funerals be protected from the likes of the Phelps clan. Forty-eight states and the District of Columbia have submitted a brief to the Supreme Court in support of a father who sued anti-gay protesters over their demonstration at the 2006 funeral of …

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PhoboQuotable – Matt Barber

“Whereas every liberal hack on the planet tripped over one another to demand Mark Foley, Larry Craig, Ted Haggard and, most recently, George Rekers divulge the most intimate details of their own bizarre (allegedly) sexual appetites, with Kagan, they’ve suddenly lost interest. Although the mainstream media refuse to do their job, some in the homosexual-activist press are stepping-up to fill …

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PhoboQuotable – Tony Perkins

“It should be frightening not only to the majority of Americans who still affirm that homosexual behavior is morally wrong, but especially disturbing to those whose views on homosexuality are the result of an orthodox view of the Bible which clearly characterizes homosexual conduct as sinful. It should also be alarming for those of us who live in the 45 …

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HomoQuotable – Ed Koch

“Solicitor General Elena Kagan’s sexual orientation is the subject of much discussion in blogs and mainstream newspapers. The White House response denied Ms. Kagan is a lesbian. Instead, shouldn’t the White House have denounced the speculation and conveyed that such inquiries are improper? By denying she is lesbian instead of denouncing the inquiry, the White House is implicitly stating sexual …

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Pat Buchanan: With Kagan We’ll Have Too Many Jews On The Supreme Court

Pat Buchanan is pissed that the Supreme Court isn’t 100% white and evangelical. “Of the last seven justices nominated by Democrats JFK, LBJ, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, one was black, Marshall; one was Puerto Rican, Sonia Sotomayor. The other five were Jews: Arthur Goldberg, Abe Fortas, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Stephen Breyer and Elena Kagan. If Kagan is confirmed, Jews, …

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Sen. James Inhofe On DADT: Soldiers Won’t Fight To Defend Gay Comrades

Speaking to Bryan Fischer on the American Family Association’s radio program, Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) claimed that American soldiers would not fight to defend openly gay fellow soldiers. And therefore, we cannot allow the appointment of Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court.

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Cable News: Softball = Gay

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John McCain: I Am Outraged That Elena Kagan Blocked Recruiters At Harvard

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Gay-Baiting Elena Kagan

Yesterday the Wall Street Journal published a front page photo of Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan playing softball. Because that’s what lesbians do, you see. Eliot Spitzer, of all people, has announced that Kagan is not gay because he knows men who have dated her. “I did not go out with her, but other guys did,” Eliot Spitzer said of …

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Joe Biden: Elena Kagan Was Right To Ban Military Recruiters At Harvard

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PhoboQuotable – Slaggie Gilamonster

“There has been an effort to obfuscate Kagan’s position on gay marriage using statements she made when nominated to be solicitor general, but these efforts are all either sad or laughable. Take, for instance, this Cornell law professor: He pretends to believe that, when Kagan stated that she has never taken a public position on whether the Constitution ought to …

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HomoQuotable – Andrew Sullivan

“Is Obama actually going to use a Supreme Court nominee to advance the cause of the closet (as well as kill any court imposition of marriage equality)? And can we have a clear, factual statement as to the truth? In a free society in the 21st Century, it is not illegitimate to ask. And it is cowardly not to tell.”- …

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TODAY: Supreme Court Hears R-71

The Supreme Court will hear the case of the terrifying homofascists today, as Protect Marriage Washington pleads to keep the names of the supporters of Referendum 71 shielded from public review. The Gay & Lesbian Advocates and Defenders note the horrifying examples cited in one amicus brief. Via press release: – A country club member in California, a supporter of …

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SCOTUS To Hear Referendum 71

This Wednesday the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments from Protect Marriage Washington, who fears retribution from violent homofascists should the names on Referendum 71 become public knowledge. The Court’s decision could affect the transparency of the referendum process nationwide. Though Referendum 71 is at the heart of the legal dispute, the issues are far broader, including how open the …

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And WE’RE The Perverts?

The Supreme Court has overturned a 13-year ban on “crush videos” saying the ban violated freedom of speech. Never heard of crush videos? Me neither. It turns out some heterosexual men are thrilled by the sight of women crushing small animals to death with their stiletto heels or bare feet. And they’ll pay to see it. Chief Justice John J. …

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Bill Clinton: Hillary And I Are Too Old For The Supreme Court

Bill Clinton told ABC News this weekend that both he and Hillary are too old to be considered for appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court. “Because I’m already 63-years-old, I hope I live to be 90. I hope I’m just as healthy as Justice Stevens is. But it’s not predictable. I’d like to see him put someone in there, late …

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SCOTUS Justice Stevens To Retire

As widely rumored in recent weeks, today Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens announced that he will retire this summer. Stevens turns 90 next week. Stevens began signaling a possible retirement last summer when he hired just one of his usual complement of four law clerks for the next court term. He acknowledged in several interviews that he was contemplating …

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Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Guns

In a judgment that gun advocates are calling as historic as Brown V. Board of Education, the Supreme Court today issued its first ever ruling on the Second Amendment,saying that the long-contested amendment does protect the right of individuals to own handguns, not merely a “well-regulated militia.” Americans have a right to keep a gun at home for self-defense, the …

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CA Marriage Ruling Could Send Issue To U.S. Supreme Court

From the San Jose Mercury News: It was 1964. Conservative groups across California, angered by a new law aimed at discriminatory housing practices, mobilized to wipe the law off the books by amending the state constitution. The initiative was a hit at the ballot box. Two-thirds of the state’s voters approved the change in the constitution. But the new law …

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Dykes On Bikes® Wins Trademark Case

The U.S. Supreme Court today turned away a challenge to the trademark application by Dykes On Bikes, the traditional lead group at gay pride parades nationwide. The trademark was challenged by a men’s rights advocacy lawyer who claimed the term denigrated men and was “scandalous and immoral” – grounds for denying a trademark. Dykes On Bikes applied for a trademark …

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