The Supreme Court descended from Mount Olympus today to decide how all us peons should live our lives. Any ruling that is not to the liking of this regime will be considered irrelevant by BHO,who deems himself the real arbiter of all things. There are a number of cases they will take up,others they will not. I’m putting a couple linkies here so as not to waste reply space.

Obamacare Again On SCOTUS To-Do List
It is always risky to make predictions about the Court, but it is quite plausible that the justices will accept this case. Two federal courts, including one in Oklahoma last week, have already declared the IRS decree unconstitutional and the Roberts Court has demonstrated a marked aversion for the very kind of bureaucratic lawmaking that provoked this lawsuit.


Court clears the way for gay marriage expansion
The Supreme Court cleared the way Monday for an immediate expansion of same-sex marriage by unexpectedly and tersely turning away appeals from five states seeking to prohibit gay and lesbian unions. The court’s order effectively makes gay marriage legal now in 30 states.

Without comment, the justices brought to an end delays in same-sex marriages in five states— Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin. Chief Justice John Roberts did not say a word about same-sex marriage as he began the court’s new term.


OK,that was over the top….sue me.

Five Supreme Court cases to watch
The U.S. Supreme Court will dive back into questions involving the limits of executive branch power, religious freedom and scope of Fourth Amendment protections when Chief Justice John Roberts and crew return Monday to the bench.

Those issues represent familiar terrain for the Roberts court, which opens its October term with a slate of roughly 50 cases on its docket.

But it remains to be seen whether the court will take up same-sex marriage, abortion or another challenge to ObamaCare — issues that could represent the term’s biggest blockbusters








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  1. Pistol Pete

    Dick Durbin’s wife discovered to be a Lobbyist
    The Chicago Tribune headlines that Dick Durbin’s wife is a lobbyist, and that there may have been instances in which her clients received federal funding. We are quickly told that this was just a coincidence (and that our fly is open).

    Durbin explained that he and his wife “take pains” to be certain there are no conflicts of interest. The imagery of sleepless nights and “Honey, what shall we do?” conversations wrought with forehead wiping and hand wringing come to mind.
    I’m shocked…shocked that there’s a corrupt politician in Illinois!


  2. Pistol Pete

    David Axelrod: ‘A Mistake’ For Obama To Admit Policies Are On The Ballot [VIDEO]
    David Axelrod, a former Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama, admitted Sunday morning that it was a blunder by his former boss to say he may not be “on the ballot this fall, but make no mistake, these policies are on the ballot.”

    “I would not have put that line in there,” Axelrod said. “It was a mistake.”

    Republicans have already jumped all over the comment, including it in political ads such as one Chuck Todd showed hitting independent Kansas senate candidate Greg Orman.


  3. LOLOL! Thanks for the laughs today! I needed them.

    This is nothing compared to what Bob is going through with her local gov’t, but we had a rough time in court this morning. Oldest son was down from college to face a judge about a DUI charge. He’d been put in jail and his car impounded over the summer because he messed up a roadside sobriety test, even though he was totally sober at the time. Now, in college, he’s been forced to drive between cities at a moment’s notice for 2 months to pee on command to make sure he stays “sober” until his blood tests came back from the labs in North Korea, or wherever they send them.

    The judge had the results today, and DS came through completely clear. Nothing. Zilch. So what does the judge do? Instead of dismissing the charge, he orders an increased panel of tests to look for rare drugs, like LSD, and continues DS’s period of probation for more months. Because, you know, the cop can’t be wrong for incarcerating the kid for taking 10 steps instead of 9 on the roadside test. He must have been impaired somehow.

    Meanwhile, DS has been through a series of exhaustive tests for a bone marrow donor match recently (he’s donating to some guy with blood cancer), and he’s been cleared of everything possible, so we already know he’s not on anything AT ALL. Further, this donee guy with blood cancer might end up dying now because the judge’s insane orders will interfere with the boy’s ability to fly out of state to donate his bone marrow.

    But there’s nothing wrong with our police state at all. All is just fine here in Obama’s Amerika.


    • Pistol Pete

      I’m so sorry to hear about your son.I used to give police the benefit of the doubt in nearly all cases.Anymore,though,it seems like their general atitude is shoot first,ask questions if you have to.I think about your case and compare it to cases of a black teen beating a white person nearly to death and plea to a simple assault and be out before the victim is out of the hospital.
      Maybe the judge was just trying to “make an example” of your son.


      • Made an example for what? Being totally innocent? For being courteous to the officer while he was being handcuffed for making a suspicious lane change?

        Thanks, Pete. I appreciate the sympathy. I’m also a law enforcement supporter by default, but the strangeness of the way enforcement and the judicial stuff are applied makes me really wonder sometimes.


        • Pistol Pete

          I’ve never understood how some seemingly innocent people are treated so harshly yet violent criminals manage to get their cases dropped.Never made sense to me.


    • Ting

      So sorry about that. We had a very similar situation when our son was in college. It was a nightmare, but we didn’t think someone might die because of the stupidity. Does the judge know that? Just terrible.


      • Thanks, Ting. Sorry to hear about your son going through a similar situation in college. The judges do not ask any questions about things like that, and they do not like to be told about anything they do not request. I understand their position, but it is maddening nonetheless. Aside from our son’s particular situation, I have a general loathing for DUI stops because they are one of the worst current violations of the 4th Amendment, and I’ve never understood how our society could allow such devastating punishments ($20,000, time in jail and possible lost jobs during probation requirements), all for being innocent of any crime. It’s outrageous to me that people are criminalized for being “likely” to commit an imaginary accident that has not even occurred, much less any crime. We are getting closer to moving to Chile or New Zealand all the time.


        • Ting

          I hate those DUI checkpoints, too. It does seem like a violation of the 4th Amendment to me, too, but the federal government hands out a lot of money to police departments to set them up. I think for the most part they have outlived their usefulness, even if one does think they were worthwhile. With everyone having cell phones these days it is easy to call in and report a driver who is obviously impaired. And it is getting easier to avoid the checkpoints, too, because of cell phones. We live across the street from the University of Richmond, one house away from a major intersection. Like clockwork they would roll in at 9:00 PM on the last Saturday of September and the first Friday of December. 10 and 15 years ago they used to tow lots of cars and arrest a lot of people. I used to peek out the upstairs window like Gladys Kravitz if I was bored. I always sent a text or phone call to everyone I know to warn them. Everyone else must have been doing the same thing, because they just don’t do it anymore. It has been several years.

          My son was stopped for “a suspicious lane change” too. Must be the excuse for pulling college age kids. Later we found out that it just happened that he was driving by a store where the DC sniper had used the pay phone earlier in the day, so they were pulling everybody who drove by there that night! I guess they had to have an excuse for everyone they pulled. My son had had a beer, and admitted it when the policeman asked if he had been drinking – his college has a strong honor code that applies off campus as well. He passed the roadside sobriety tests, but since he was 20 instead of 21 he had to do the breathalyzer anyway. For an underage person, the DUI blood alcohol limit is about what you would have from cough syrup. If he had been 6 months older it would not have been an infraction. I will say this, though. He doesn’t take any chances in that regard ever since, so I guess he did learn something.


  4. Pistol Pete

    Roberts down by 10 in new Kansas poll
    Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) is facing a double-digit deficit with one month left in his campaign, according to a new poll from NBC News.
    Roberts trails independent businessman Greg Orman by 48 percent to 38 percent in the poll, conducted by Marist College for NBC.

    I’ve been watching this one pretty closely.Roberts was badly damaged in the primary by a Tea Party challenger and the national party poured millions into the campaign to put down the insurrection.
    The democrats,realizing their candidate had no chance of winning always has a backup plan .Thats why they win.In this case they financed an “independent” named Greg Orman.He touts his pseudo independence and claims he can break the gridlock in the senate.Sadly,a lot of republicans are either buying this hoakum or are just tired of the party deciding who they have to vote for.Kansas should be a blowout win for the GOP and they’re going to lose it.
    Grandad always said:
    ‘a dog knows the difference between being tripped over and being kicked.’
    Voters are getting tired of being kicked.


    • Ting

      I think your next entry is going to be the explanation for this, but I’ve only read the title so far. Let’s see if I am guessing correctly – treat your base like dirt and expect them to roll over the next week?


  5. Pistol Pete

    The Logical Consequence of Treating Your Base Like Garbage
    From Erick Erickson’s diary
    Now the GOP is struggling, mostly in Senate races. They are struggling not just in polling, but in fundraising too. It is not a coincidence.
    The national Republican groups seem intent on ignoring Obamacare as a winning campaign issue, relying instead on outside groups to make the case. They seem intent on amnesty. In fact, though Chairman Priebus never went there, many people interpreted his speech as being weak on immigration solely because of the antics of Republicans in Congress.
    I expect the GOP will ultimately win the Senate. But it is going to be far harder than it ever had to be. When you call your base “bigots” and “racists” and then beg them for money and votes, you should not be surprised when they are not sure if they should come back.


  6. Pistol Pete

    Airstrikes Against ISIS are For Political Purposes Only – Brit Hume – Fox News Sunday Panel

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  7. Pistol Pete

    Van Jones: Dems Should Use Ebola As Campaign Talking Point Against GOP
    After host George Stephanopoulos highlighted how “Nate Silver’s team at FiveThirtyEight gives the GOP a 59% of retaking the Senate” Van Jones shamefully urged Democrats to use Ebola as a talking point in 2014:

    We can’t let the Republicans get away with some of the stuff they’re doing this week, just trying to bash Obama. Hey, you know, government is always your enemy until you need a friend. This Ebola thing is the best argument you can make for the kind of government that we believe in.
    Sure,a lot of people may get sick and die,but we now have Obamacare to help bury us.


  8. Pistol Pete

    Oklahoma Muslims receive special praise from White House officials
    Today, an official from Washington D.C. flew in to Oklahoma to present a special thank you to the Muslim congregation.

    He read a message from President Barrack Obama, extending warm greetings from the American people during the Muslim holiday.

    “Your service is a powerful example of the powerful roots of the Abrahamic faiths and how our communities can come together with shared peace with dignity and a sense of justice,” President Barack Obama said.

    Never a word for victims of these heathenous bastards or any recognition of the Jewish or Christian faith.
    FUBO..and your tail-wagging sychphants,too.

    Figures. Obama Praised Beheading Suspect’s Oklahoma Mosque


  9. Pistol Pete

    Gallup: Voter opposition to Obama at 16-year high, worse than Bush, Clinton
    Angry and frustrated voters are planning to use the midterm elections in one month to tell President Obama they oppose his agenda, the highest “no vote” percentage in the last 16 years measured by Gallup.

    The polling outfit found that 32 percent of voters want to send a message of opposition with their vote, compared to just 20 percent who are sending a signal of support.

    Maybe I’m just being an eeyore,but I get the feeling the democrats will somehow retain a majority in the senate by a singlr seat.Probably the one in Kansas.


  10. Pistol Pete

    Press Barred From #Ferguson Meeting at Clinton Library
    A meeting this week at the Clinton Library in Little Rock, Arkansas of mayors, police chiefs and the Justice Department will focus on community policing and the situation in Ferguson, Missouri regarding the shooting of unarmed 18 year old black robber Michael Brown by white police officer Darren Wilson following a confrontation shortly after Brown robbed a convenience store and the riotous protests following Brown’s death.

    Former President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Eric Holder are scheduled to address the U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting at the Clinton Library on October 8th.
    A conference that has Bent Penis and the Race Baiter Formerly Known as Attorney General can only involve discussing how many boots they have to lick to keep the savages from burning down cities.Just because.


  11. Pistol Pete

    Andrew Klavan Tells the Story of Eric Holder: Federal Dick


  12. Pistol Pete

    New York Times: Protect Pedophiles as Disabled Americans
    Hey remember when crazy right wingers predicted that gay marriage would lead to legalizing polygamy? Well that happened. Also they predicted that the next step would be to seek the same civil rights protections for pedophiles.
    By some estimates, 1 percent of the male population continues, long after puberty, to find themselves attracted to prepubescent children. These people are living with pedophilia, a sexual attraction to prepubescents that often constitutes a mental illness.
    Who could not see this coming?


  13. Pistol Pete

    Cops search Sharpton pal’s pad after ‘rape’

    NYPD detectives zeroed in on the Upper East Side apartment of Al Sharpton confidant Sanford Rubenstein on Sunday in their hunt for “rape” evidence, after an attempt to nail the high-powered attorney in a setup meeting with his accuser disintegrated.
    Rubenstein — who handles big-money lawsuits against the city, particularly those targeting the NYPD — routinely brings a rotating cast of African-American women in their 20s and early 30s to functions, and had arrived at the party with another woman, sources said. Before heading home, he allegedly latched onto the alleged victim, whom he knew.
    This sleaze and the race pimp deserve each other.


  14. Pistol Pete

    SNL’s 60 Minutes Spoofs Obama’s ISIS Response and Secret Service Failures



  15. The Iraqi Christian who told ISIS: ‘If you want to kill me for my faith I am prepared to die here now’

    “You must convert,” IS forces told them. “Our faith can promise you paradise,” they added.

    Victoria and Gazella responded: “We believe that if we show love and kindness, forgiveness and mercy we can bring about the kingdom of God on earth as well as in heaven. Paradise is about love. If you want to kill us for our faith then we are prepared to die here and now.”

    IS forces had no answer. The dozen Christians, who included many elderly and infirm, were let go. One of them had a battered car. Other transport was also arranged and they made it to safety.


  16. Pistol Pete

    The Next Chapter in the Obamacare Train Wreck Saga
    By the end of this calendar year untold tens of thousands of Americans will receive a notice that their health insurance is not in compliance with Obamacare. They are told that they must obtain Obamacare approved health insurance plans through either their state insurance exchanges or the continuing troubled website. And, we know how well has worked out.
    Not to worry,dems…Obama got the notices delayed until AFTER the election,so it’ll be too late to affect your election.


  17. Dog named ‘Lazarus’ survives euthanasia attempt

    Animal control officer Wanda Snell knows what she saw: A veterinarian inserted a needle into the black-and-brown mutt and injected a chemical meant to euthanize the dog no one had adopted. The animal moved a bit and was still and quiet by the time she left the shelter for home.

    What Snell can’t explain is how or why a mixed-breed dog that nobody wanted recovered overnight and has since bounced back fully from what should have been a lethal injection.


  18. Whoops. Thought Pete was done. I’ll hold off a bit on the other couple links, in case Pete’s covering them.


  19. Pistol Pete

    Hailing the First ‘Great’ Transgender TV Show now issues a content warning to viewers before they live-stream the second volume of classic “Tom and Jerry” cartoons. Viewers are lectured the cartoons “may depict some ethnic and racial prejudices that were once commonplace in American society. Such depictions were wrong then and are wrong today.”

    If you think this makes sense, dear reader, you, too, have lost your mind. The same is also releasing a new 10-part Web series called “Transparent,” about a 70-year-old father of three who decides he’s a woman named Maura. There are no content warnings for this. There is only progressive euphoria.
    Geez…by the time I get finished today I’m going to need a shower.


  20. Did I read this wrong? Did the White House really send a special envoy to the Oklahoma mosque that was home to the beheader dude to THANK them? After they mobbed police investigating the beheading and interfered with them? When one of the founders, at least, is a Hamas-monkey? Am I losing my mind?


    • Pistol Pete

      Unfortunately,you’re spot on.I’m surprised Obola didn’t take time out from his fundraising tour to go there himselfto give the Imam a big hug.
      He doesn’t care what anybody thinks anymore.


  21. Pistol Pete

    Whew!Made it this far and only threw up in my mouth a little.
    I can’t close without acknowledging part of my innocent youth.
    Paul Revere of Raiders rock band dies at 76 in his Idaho home after battling cancer
    He was born Paul Revere Dick and found success with his band’s songs ‘Kicks,’ ‘Hungry,’ ‘Good Thing,’ and ‘Indian Reservation’
    While he had toured almost constantly in recent years, health issues forced him home six months ago
    Was also known for work as the house band on Dick Clark’s ‘Where the Action Is’
    (the song Where The Action Is was actually recorded by Freddie “boom boom” Cannon.,But you wouldn’t know that unless you were there)
    If you were a teenager from 1966-68 you knew this band well.They were regulars on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand and the singer,Mark Lindsey was on the cover of all the teen heartthrob magazines.Our band played a number of their hits.
    What has fascinated me is that even the social media of today has recognized this man’s life.It’s surprising that young people ever even heard of him except from their grandparents.
    It was such an innocent time,full of carefree happiness.
    I just had to throw this in…please enjoy
    Ever heard of go-go boots?


  22. Er, well, I went and took a long nap, so now here’s the other bits.

    This week’s issue of the @dallasweekly was, er, poorly timed
    @micnews on Twitter c/o Truth Revolt


  23. Here’s a large graphic, but I think you’ll enjoy it. C/o I Own the World

    and that’s all I had.


  24. Whoa! Sorry, maybe? Used to be that leaving a graphic link just left the link. When did WordPress blogs start embedding a graphic? Well, at least they’re cute.


  25. chrissythehyphenated


    The winds of political change sent a chill up the backs of national Democrat leaders Tuesday when two long-time Chicago Democrat powerhouses announced their support for Republican businessman Bruce Rauner, in his attempt to unseat incumbent Illinois Governor Pat Quinn. Reverend James T. Meeks of the 15,000 member strong Salem Baptist Church and Manny Sanchez, founder and managing partner of Sanchez Daniels & Hoffman LLP, the second largest minority-owned law firm in the United States, both made their intentions public today in statements and interviews given to Fox News. Both men are respected throughout Chicago, particularly among the black and Hispanic communities and their defection in this Democrat strongholds marks a watershed moment in American politics.


  26. chrissythehyphenated

    AND good news for the unborn!! Missouri legislators successfully overturned Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of a pro-life bill for a 72-hour waiting period before an abortion. AND the pro-aborts announced they will NOT file a lawsuit seeking to overturn the law.