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Congressional Action – The 1964 Civil Rights Act / Judicial Action - Hobby Lobby

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Well, “The Court has Spoke”!

Just in time for Ramadan - hoping for a blessed and prosperous one to all.

The Court ruled on some highly anticipated cases, the Hobby Lobby getting the most “hits”.

Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores Inc., for many, was a case to greatly test the extent of religious freedom, and the extent Obamacare could intrude into a firm’s religious beliefs, here the right to refuse to cover for its employees,abortion-causing drugs and devices. Through all of this, the War on Women narrative has resurfaced.

The Court also ruled that the police cannot search a cellphone without a warrant. .

Both, arguably, are about rights.

Speaking of rights, July 2nd marked the 50th anniversary of the signing of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which may not have happened if JFK had lbeen alive.

What did it mean? What did it do? Should we be worried about nefarious attempts to rescind it, at least in principle?

The illegal immigration issue continues to intensify, in light of the mass infusion of children (human conduits – I’ll explain what I mean) through the borders.

Through this, Barack Obama, not being able to enact “Comprehensive Immigration Reform”, has promised to use an Executive Order, which is sure to exacerbate the tensions between he and John Boehner.

Also a group of Texans took matters into their own hands, blocking a bus which was transferring illegals. The confrontation caused a rerouting to California.

Will there be another War in Iraq? Barack Obama says “no”; I say, “Regretfully, yes”.

So, we can see that there’s much to discuss this Saturday, all the while, I’m reminded that I must be at my best behavior, since we are in Ramadan, so be prepared for an unusually reserved host.

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