(Mississippi) U.S. District Court Judge Daniel Jordan: "It also seems highly unlikely that the same court that held a state cannot ban gay marriage because it would deny benefits--expressly including the right to adopt--would then conclude that married gay couples can be denied that very same benefit."
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Seems that ban on Muslims isn't so absolute after all. If you have enough money and you're in business with Mr. Rich White Trash, you'd be welcomed with open arms.
(No privilege here, really.)
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A few weeks ago he said, when it came to Supreme Court nominees, he would let the "Heritage Foundation and others" make up a short list from which he would choose.
This week he told ABC's Good Morning America: "Well, I'd probably appoint people that would look very seriously at (Hillary Clinton's) email disaster because it's a criminal activity, and I would appoint people that would look very seriously at that to start off with."
As this article points out, "It's not how the court works. Trump seems to believe jurists on the nation's highest court play some kind of prosecutorial role, which is a failure of Civics 101."
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