Homosexuals Can Marry, But Still Can’t Control Their Own Healthcare, 11 p.m. ET (8 p.m. PT)

This week in the Supreme Court in a nutshell: Now homosexuals may also have spouses with whom to commiserate over their lack of control over their healthcare. These cases and much more during tonight’s show. Scroll down to the Program Notes to see links to all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

What’s in the same-sex marriage ruling

A great decision on same-sex marriage – but based on dubious reasoning

John Roberts in 2005: The ultimate goal of interpreting a statute is “to figure out what Congress intended”

More on why the Rebel flag should go

Mark Steyn: The Confederate flag is a Democratic problem

CBLDF Writes About “Cartoonists Under Fire” while ignoring This Cartoonist who was Literally Under Fire

FBI Rounding Up Islamic State Suspects

Thin-Skinned and Upset? Call a Lawyer


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2 responses to “Homosexuals Can Marry, But Still Can’t Control Their Own Healthcare, 11 p.m. ET (8 p.m. PT)

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