On Tuesday, Erik Rush posted a column titled “It is Time… to Revolt Against a Tyrant.” In it, Rush, for the umpteenth time, accused the president of treason because [insert kooky far-right word salad here.] Then he called for the president and most of Congress to be “neutralized… by any means necessary.”
This past Saturday marked the 58th anniversary of Rosa Parks refusing to give up her seat which was the incident that sparked the Montgomery bus boycott. So in deference to proper social decorum, and decency the RNC tweeted the following: “Today we remember Rosa Parks’ bold stand and her role in ending racism.”
A video has surfaced showing the 6ft 7 WBC heavyweight boxing titleholder Vitali Klitschko using a megaphone to quiet angry crowd members who were demanding the resignation of president Viktor Yanukovich in Kiev over the weekend. Clearly in awe of the legendary fighter the crowd incredibly backed up.
It turns out that TIME changes the cover of their U.S. edition from what the rest of the world sees. Recently, their other 3 markets, Europe/Middle East, Asia, and the South Pacific, all saw a stark image of the President with the ominous title “Obama’s Iran Gamble, ” while we here in America saw a hunter-friendly cover of a deer with the words “America’s Pest Problem” above it.
California Republicans — specifically, members of the general assembly — sent out mailers to their constituents informing them about the state exchange website, known as Covered California. Only, instead of sending voters to the actual Covered California exchange website, CoveredCA.com, the mailers direct Californians to go to CoveringHealthCareCA.com, which is most definitely not the California exchange.
By Bob Cesca: There’s a slim chance Obamacare’s contraception coverage could survive the ideological knee-jerk of Supreme Court conservatives — that is as long as a strong scientific case is made for the fact that, no, the morning after pill, also known as Plan-B or “emergency contraception,” does not induce abortion.
It’s been 11 days since The National Journal‘s Ron Fournier wrote that Obamacare is President Obama’s Katrina. Oh, and it’s also his Iraq, Fournier wrote. Obama’s Katrina and Iraq. Both. Since then, however, the Healthcare.gov website has been vastly improved and many of the bugs initially reported have been fixed.
The Court has already established First Amendment rights for corporations. If the Court decides against Hobby Lobby, it will have effectively extended only one clause of the First Amendment to corporations, while denying other First Amendment rights. This is likely the logic a decision against the ACA will be based upon.