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6 Reasons We Should We Impeach Chief Justice John Roberts

6 Reasons We Should We Impeach Chief Justice John Roberts

William Greider posted an interesting question in an article for The Nation on Wednesday: Should We Impeach Chief Justice John Roberts? Grieder points out that with all the talk floating around about impeaching President Obama, why not consider using the process for a “far more deserving candidate for impeachment—Chief Justice John Roberts of the Supreme […]

DC Judge Forces Woman To Have Cesarean & She Dies – 5 Shocking Injustices Against Pregnant Women

1. 1. Based on the belief that he had an obligation to give a fetus a chance for life, a judge in Washington, D.C., ordered a critically ill 27-year-old woman who was 26 weeks pregnant to undergo a cesarean section, which he understood might kill her. Neither the woman nor her baby survived. *The above […]

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Rush Limbaugh Threatens DCCC With Defamation Lawsuit

The Daily Caller is reporting that conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh has retained a lawyer and is preparing to sue the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) if the group fails to retract and apologize for “deliberately and deceptively” editing comments Limbaugh made about sexual assault on his radio show last September. Limbaugh’s legal team delivered […]

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Kaiser’s Profits Soaring – Good News For The Affordable Care Act?

Kaiser Permanente, the behemoth non-profit health care system based in Oakland, CA, has realized a huge jump in profits during the first three quarters of 2014. For the year so far, there has been a 41 percent rise to $3.1 billion, with Q3 showing a 57 percent rise of  $1 billion. The bonanza is due, […]

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Ted Cruz: Apple CEO Being Gay ‘A Personal Choice’ But He Still Loves His iPhone

In a Thursday morning interview with CNBC, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) put his two cents in regarding Apple CEO Tim Cook’s decision to come out as gay in a piece penned for Bloomberg Businessweek, referring to it as a “personal choice.” As part of a larger discussion about the Republican Party and social issues, The […]

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