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How the High Court Could Shake Up the 2016 Campaign

From immigration to abortion to the power of unions, the Supreme Court is entering this election year with a full plate of politically charged cases.

AP PHOTO/J. SCOTT APPLEWHITE

by Sam Baker     •     NationalJournal

The Court hasn’t of­fi­cially agreed to hear this one yet, but most ex­perts think it will—and that a de­cision will come by the end of June. That’s cer­tainly the Obama ad­min­is­tra­tion’s hope; win­ning at the Su­preme Court is the only way Obama will be able to im­ple­ment his De­ferred Ac­tion for Par­ents of Amer­ic­ans and Law­ful Per­man­ent Res­id­ents pro­gram, or DAPA, which would al­low some 4.3 mil­lion un­doc­u­mented im­mig­rants to re­main in the coun­try.

A rul­ing for the Obama ad­min­is­tra­tion would al­low DAPA to take ef­fect—and Demo­crat­ic front-run­ner Hil­lary Clin­ton has said she would stretch the policy even fur­ther. A loss for the ad­min­is­tra­tion, on the oth­er hand, would vin­dic­ate Re­pub­lic­an cri­ti­cisms that DAPA went too far, and would give a Re­pub­lic­an pres­id­ent a way out of the pro­gram without rolling back any leg­al pro­tec­tions him­self. Continue reading


Stop Blaming Pro-Lifers For The Colorado Springs Shooting

Planned Parenthood wants the media to blame pro-lifers for the Colorado Springs shooting. Here’s why it’s not going to work.

By Ben Domenech     •     The Federalist

Over Thanksgiving weekend, Robert Lewis Dear, an unkempt 57-year-old man with an apparent history of trouble with the law over cruelty to animals and humans alike, opened fire on civilians and cops first outside and then from inside a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic. He killed three people — including a police officer, a 36-year-old mother, and a 29-year-old father and Iraq War veteran — and wounded nine others before surrendering to police.

As is so often the case in these circumstances, Dear is described by neighbors as an odd loner, who avoided eye contact and spoke unintelligibly. In South Carolina, his previous residence, he had been arrested after hiding in the bushes and peeping into his neighbor’s house. He shot a neighbor’s dog with a pellet gun and threatened him with bodily harm. In Colorado, he lived off the grid in a trailer, on a five-acre plot of land he apparently purchased for $6,000 in 2014. This followed a series of cabins and trailers — without electricity or running water — that he stayed in after his divorce in 2000.

Dear has no history of affiliation with the Republican Party or pro-life groups or politicians. He was not affiliated with any party and reportedly had limited interactions about politics with those who knew him. But he proffered anti-Obama literature to a neighbor, had a history of anti-government comments, and The New York Times connects him with online postings seeking partners for BDSM sex and others on Cannabis.com calling it the “End Times” due to AIDS and hurricanes. Continue reading


The Left’s Response to Planned Parenthood Shooting Is Outrageous

by Rich Lowry      •      RealClearPolitics

The murderous rampage at a Colorado Springs, Colorado, Planned Parenthood clinic had barely ended before the Left began using it to try to shut down the abortion debate.

The shooting was an act of terrorism directed against women’s “health-care services,” and incited by the inflammatory rhetoric around video exposés of Planned Parenthood. The triple murder had been nearly inevitable given, in the words of Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards, the “toxic” environment created by “hateful rhetoric.”

Never mind that the shooter, Robert Dear, apparently had no connection to the Republican Party or the pro-life movement, or to much of anyone, if initial reports are to be believed. He was a loner who avoided eye contact and dispensed paranoid advice to neighbors on how to avoid detection by the government. Continue reading


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