Pushback Against Supremes Begins

TheNewAmerican– No doubt anticipating what was coming in the Supreme Court’s ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges on Friday, Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Representative Raul Labrador (R-Idaho) introduced bills a week earlier to keep the federal government from discriminating against individuals and groups exercising what is now left of their First Amendment rights. Called the First Amendment Defense Act, Lee asked rhetorically:

If five judges on the Supreme Court have pronounced, in a breath-taking presumption of power, that all 50 states must redefine marriage, what does that mean for the countless institutions within our civil society — churches and synagogues, charities and adoption agencies, counseling services and religiously-affiliated schools — that are made up of American citizens who believe marriage is the union of one man and one woman?  More

11 Comments on Pushback Against Supremes Begins

  1. Also supporting no requirement to prove citizenship to vote.

    What a great month this has been for the Progressive Messiah / Golfer-in-Chief.

  2. It doesn’t matter anymore what bills are passed. The Supreme Court will just rule them unconstitutional if they don’t like them. We no longer have 3 branches of government.

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