Justice Griffith: "When wearing the robe, there is no conflict between following God and following Caesar. It’s Caesar all the way down."
Trump is expected to announce his candidate later today [25 September].
"There are three main federal laws about the military that could be looked at regarding the disturbances in the streets after the incident of obvious police misconduct which caused the death of a handcuffed man in Minneapolis, Minnesota this past week."
"What is eye-catching is that the court of appeals is focusing only on the motion to dismiss ..."
"I saw a woman recently who had taken the pill, under pressure, and immediately after taking it wanted to seek help to get a reversal of the abortion done…so now she’s sitting at home, experiencing light bleeding, praying that it won’t get any worse, praying that she won’t lose the baby. This is a horrific situation..."
"Rutherford Institute attorneys point out that while federal and state governments have adopted specific restrictive measures in an effort to decelerate the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the current public health situation has not resulted in the suspension of fundamental constitutional rights such as religious freedom, freedom of speech and the right of assembly."
"The lone conservative justice to dissent was Justice Brian Hagedorn who wrote that “the people have not empowered this court to step in and impose our wisdom on proper governance during this pandemic; they left that to the legislative and executive branches.”"
"They are failing in their duty of neutrality, not appreciating that evangelical Christianity in particular, which founds itself on scripture passages, includes the injunction to feed the hungry, and carry out in practice what you believe. So don’t say to me fostering is a secular act."
"The decision of a group of fellow citizens, ordinary tends to reflect common sense."
"... Barr realizes he cannot trust people in the District to do the right thing. Therefore ... the documents ... were reviewed by US Attorneys in Missouri. And guess what? They found the material relevant and damning."
"Charalambous highlighted Tafida’s case, where doctors of a girl who suffered a traumatic brain injury wanted to turn off life support, contrary to the wishes of her family. In October, a landmark High Court ruling allowed her parents to take her to Genoa for treatment. She received it and it was successful."