NRO Forgets Its Defense Of Scalia Speeches As It Continues To Attack ... - Media Matters for America ... there had been an "informal rule" against ... interest to the Supreme Court. From the New York interview: What about sex ... to prevent ... 10/1/2014 - 7:15 am | View Link
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Wonkbook: The latest Obamacare surprises - Washington Post ... have been eligible under the old rule, but ... the Constitution guarantees same-sex-marriage rights everywhere the country. The veteran ... 09/30/2014 - 10:08 am | View Link
All Eyes Turn to the U.S. Supreme Court - Huffington Post Gay marriage supporters, opponents alike eager for Supreme Court ... - Los Angeles Times 09/29/2014 - 4:45 am | View Link
The Buddhist Jātaka Stories and the DSM based Mental Disorders - LankaWeb ... the mind is supreme and ... sex and eliminate the parent of the same sex. Freud ... to liquidate any impending future threat ... Pasenadi ... 09/28/2014 - 7:04 am | View Link
A Procedural Rule Could Keep Any Future Marriage Equality Case From the US Supreme Court But the schooling, it seems, will not end at the 14th Amendment, because Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne just cited a rule of civil procedure in refusing to defend his state's ban on same-sex marriage ... case to the Supreme Court again. 10/21/2014 - 3:08 am | View Link
Supreme Court kicks same-sex marriage back to lower courts (RNS) – The Supreme Court’s decision to sit out the legal battle over same-sex marriage will leave the future of laws prohibiting gays and ... They are expected to rule by the end of the year. Eighth Circuit: State officials in Arkansas have asked ... 10/19/2014 - 9:00 pm | View Link
Supreme Court's 2014 term off to a stealthy start WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court opened its 2014 term this month with major actions on same-sex marriage, voting rights and abortion ... but when it came time to rule, the justices did not return the favor. It took the court just 17 words Friday ... 10/18/2014 - 3:27 am | View Link
How the Supreme Court’s Inaction on Same-Sex Marriage Echoes Its Conduct in the Civil Rights Era Thus, the rule that treats a cert denial as non-precedential ... the cert denials therefore sent a strong signal that the Court would recognize a constitutional right to same-sex marriage in some future case—probably if and when a federal appeals court ... 10/16/2014 - 6:18 pm | View Link
AG Bondi asks Florida Supreme Court to decide gay marriage Bondi cited the U.S. Supreme Court's refusal to rule on same-sex marriage last on October 6th and appeals ... unlikely to provide finality on this critical issue in the immediate future.” Bondi affirmed in the filing that it's unquestionably an important ... 10/13/2014 - 8:30 pm | View Link
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The Oyez Project at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law | A ... On October 15, 2014, the Supreme Court hears oral argument in Teva Pharmaceuticals v. Sandoz, a pharmaceutical patent case that could clarify critical issues of claim ... 10/21/2014 - 5:57 pm | View Website
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The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday and voted 4-1 to approve an ordinance regulating the sober-living homes that have popped up in neighborhoods for years and caused residents to complain of excessive noise, traffic and second-hand smoke.
I’m awful at the art of the retort. My older brother tried his best to teach me about comebacks, but the lessons never stuck. Insults leave me stunned and silent. And so it happened one summer night in 2007 that I was mute when a college writing professor told me: “Your disability is the most interesting thing about you.”
My disability, which I’ve had since birth, is cerebral palsy (CP), a neuromuscular disorder.
There’s no more modern rite of passage than the first smartphone. How else for kids to text their friends (all of whom, rest assured, “already have one!”), swap Instagram and Snapchat photos, and stream the latest Iggy Azalea music video?
Of course, if they’re clever, they’ll argue the practical side: You’ll always know where they are.
This article originally appeared on Patheos.
Well, the Extraordinary Synod for the Family, has ended, and not surprisingly single parents have gotten the same sort of polite inattention from the Catholic bishops that we are used to getting in the pews.
Special attention should be given to the accompaniment of single-parent families, in a particular way to help women who have to carry alone the responsibility of the home and raising children.
That vague-sounding one line was all the consideration single parents saw in the final relatio.
Twitter is trying to make itself an essential part of the app ecosystem with a new suite of tools aimed at mobile developers. Those tools, announced Wednesday and bundled together in a free service called Fabric, put Twitter in more direct competition with Google and Facebook for control of the mobile future.
Fabric is comprised of a suite of individual tools that together help developers deal with many of the issues they face getting their apps up and running.
Last week I came across the heartbreaking story of Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old woman who was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer one year after her wedding. When doctors suggested that she might only have six months to live, she and her family moved from California to Oregon in order to obtain the prescriptions necessary for doctor-assisted euthanasia.