1. 06-28-15


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    God the Ultimate Authority- Various Scripture References Pastor Brad preaches a response to the Supreme Courts ruling regarding same sex marriage.

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    • Abortion Laws Across States, With Brad Bannon, Democratic Political Consultant, Washington D.C.


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      Brad Bannon, democratic political consultant in Washington, D.C., talks with The Legal Broadcast Network about differing abortion laws and how the Supreme Court is ruling on them, specifically in republican-lead states, such as Texas and Oklahoma.

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      • Abraham Lincoln Commentary and Q& A


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        The Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization (AHI) held a lecture given by Professor Joseph Fornieri, Department of Political Science, Rochester Institute of Technology who spoke on his new book “Lincoln: Philosopher and Statesman”(Southern Illinois University Press, 2014) on November 3, 2014 at the Kennedy Auditorium, Taylor Science Center, Hamilton College. A panel discussion followed the lecture and participants included Professor Fornieri, AHI Resident Fellow Dr. David Frisk and the honorable Frank J. Williams, former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island and co-founder of the Lincoln Forum. AHI Charter Fellow and Hamilton College Professor of History Douglas Ambrose served as moderator.

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        • A Celebration of Justice John Paul Stevens


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          Georgetown Law held a symposium honoring the legacy of retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. Read a story about the event here: http://www.law.georgetown.edu/news/webstory/10.12.10.html Watch a webcast of the event here: http://www.law.georgetown.edu/webcast/eventDetail.cfm?eventID=1209

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          • ACLU of Indiana attorney Ken Falk talks about gay marriage after U.S. Supreme Court denies appeals


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            INDIANAPOLIS – Gay marriage is now legal in Indiana. The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from Indiana and four other states, a move that leaves in place lower court rulings that legalize same-sex unions. Those rulings had been stayed pending the Supreme Court’s decision but they dissolve with the high court’s action, said Ken Falk, an attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana. “Our clients are married,” the ACLU said in a tweet just minutes after the Supreme Court’s decision. Later, Falk said clerk’s across Indiana must now begin issuing marriage licenses to same sex couples. See the full story at http://thestatehousefile.com/us-supreme-court-lets-gay-marriage-ruling-stand-opts-consider-appeals-cases/17908/

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            • ACLU's Adam Wolf on strip search ruling


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              After two decades of giving school officials wide leeway to search students for drugs or weapons, the Supreme Court set a legal limit on Thursday, ruling out of bounds the strip-search of 13-year-old Savana Redding who was suspectedof hiding pain relief pills. In an 8-1 decision, the court called this search degrading, unreasonable and unconstitutional. Scott talks with ACLU Attorney Adam Wolf. He argued the case to the Supreme Court.

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              • A Conversation with Justice Sonia Sotomayor ’79 and Linda Greenhouse ’78 M.S.L.


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                Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court Sonia Sotomayor ’79 visited Yale Law School Monday, February 3, 2014 to deliver the James A. Thomas Lecture in the Levinson Auditorium. The lecture took the form of a conversation between Justice Sotomayor and Linda Greenhouse ’78 M.S.L., Knight Distinguished Journalist-in Residence and Joseph Goldstein Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School.

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                • A Corporate Un-Birthday Party


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                  The 28th Amendment Players present "A Corporate Un-Birthday Party" by Mary Klein and Steffy Reader and starring Mary Klein and Thomas Atwood. Corporations are NOT people. Money is not speech. Cut corporate welfare, not social programs! Stop privatizing public property. Get corporate money out of elections.

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                  • Advisory Ballot Measure for 11.6.12 Election Concerning Corporations - BOC Meeting 7.25.12


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                    Draft Advisory Ballot Measure Caption: Advisory Vote/Amending Constitution Addressing Corporate/Union Political Speech Question: The Citizens of Lincoln County Oregon urge the United States Congress and the Oregon State Legislature to act on an amendment to the United States Constitution to clearly state that corporations and unions are not persons having the same rights as individuals as it relates to political speech. Summary: This is a non-binding advisory vote submitted by the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners to the citizens of Lincoln County. It asks voters if they desire to urge the Oregon State Legislature and United States Congress to overturn recent United States Supreme Court decisions in Citizens United v. The Federal Elections Commission and American Tradition Partnership, Inc. v. Bullock and the State of Montana (holding that under the United States Constitution’s First Amendment corporations and unions are “persons” who should be treated the same as individuals in political speech, thereby striking down campaign finance restrictions on corporate and union spending to influence elections, candidate selection and votes in both federal and state elections). A yes vote expresses the desire to amend the Federal Constitution to allow the regulation, limitation, or prohibition of contributions and expenditures of corporations and unions in political election campaigns. A no vote indicates the desire to maintain the current law as interpreted by the Supreme Court and to treat corporations and unions as persons with the same political speech rights as individuals

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                    • Affirmative Action


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                      Recently the Supreme Court agreed to hear an affirmative action case out of Texas. Reporter Kristen Holmes tells us what this could mean for diversity on college campuses and how students are reacting.

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