by: Brent Smith
I’ll bet you didn’t know what day it was yesterday? Until I read it, I sure didn’t.
It was “Climate Day,” according to Joe Biden. And we missed it. Damn!
On that big day, Uncle Joe signed a bunch more dictatorial orders regarding … what else … climate change. And he did so while exclaiming, “Happy Christmas to all and to all a good night.”
No, that’s not really what he said. “Today is climate day at the White House, which means today is jobs day at the White House,” is actually what he said. However, in a manner of speaking, he is kind of like Santa Claus to the climate alarmist, green-weenie set. read more
by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist
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Slow but sure, the Southern border wall is being built. If this is how president Trump has to get it done, so be it, and I guess we should be thankful.
We should be thankful that there is finally someone at the top who does give a crap and someone who is determined to keep his campaign pledge – not just drop it because it’s just “too hard,” or he might waste some important “political capital.”
And please stop with the mocking refrains about Mexico paying for the wall. Like that’s of paramount importance. If it eventually happens – great. Otherwise Trump’s exclamation should be taken as it was intended – a purposely hyperbolic negotiating tactic.
We should be thankful that we have a president who has not given up on the project, despite opposition from both sides. He is also fighting the derelict Washington mindset that dictates if something isn’t “comprehensive,” it should not even be considered. If “comprehensive” border legislation can’t be passed, nothing should be. That’s not defeatist at all. read more
This one’s for the “live and let live” crowd. I guess that only applies if one is willing to “live” as the left demands:
It is a state court decision that could have national reach. In the words of Red State’s
Erik Erickson, “You will be made to care.”
The New Mexico Supreme Court ruled Thursday that a Christian wedding photographer violated the state’s human rights law by refusing to photograph a same-sex commitment ceremony.
This shouldn’t be the end of the matter, said Ken Klukowski, the director for Center for Religious Liberty at the conservative Family Research Council.
“This decision would stun the framers of the U.S. Constitution, is a gross violation of the First Amendment, and should now be taken up by the U.S. Supreme Court to reaffirm the basic principle that the fundamental rights of free speech and the free exercise of religion do not stop at the exit door of your local church, and instead extend to every area of a religious person’s life,” he said in a written statement. read more