Low Popahirum, June 26, 2015


“One of the more interesting subtexts of the St. George saga came earlier this month in the final days of the petition certification process, when the Metro Council began looking for a replacement for now-retired Registrar of Voters Elaine Lamb.” — Baton Rouge Business Report

“”For the faith community…you now live in a litigation-rich environment,” said Louisiana Family Forum President Gene Mills, in an interview shortly after the court handed down its 5-4 ruling on Friday (June 26). “The limits of this newfound liberty will be tested in additional court cases.”” — Times-Picayune

“The New Orleans Pelicans ended the 2015 NBA Draft with no new players on their roster.” — Times-Picayune

“Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell on Friday indicated that he will not instruct parish clerks of court to immediately issue marriage licenses to gay couples.” — The Advocate

Jurassic World and Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt is enjoying his time in Louisiana.” — The Advocate


“As bad as today’s Supreme Court decision in King v. Burwell is, the Supreme Court sowed even worse mischief today. After all, Obamacare can be repealed. Today, the court definitively upheld the principle that even absent discriminatory intent, a housing discrimination lawsuit can proceed on the basis of a “disparate impact” of any criterion.” — American Thinker

“It’s time to start asking the question. It’s time to be cynical. It’s time to assume the worst of this government.” — The Blaze

“Bob Beckel is no longer a Fox News employee, a network spokesperson confirmed to Mediaite on Thursday afternoon.” —Mediaite

“If our public life is going to be all race all the time, with a view toward expunging all traces of racists from honored positions in American history, then Woodrow Wilson is a prime candidate for the memory hole.” — Powerline

“With his opinion in King v. Burwell, Chief Justice John Roberts has sent a clear message to Barack Obama, Harry Reid, and Nancy Pelosi: “You can count on me.” Or, to use the language of younger readers, “I got your back.” In the face of clear statutory language indicating that federal subsidies are available only for insurance plans purchased through “an Exchange established by the State,” Justice Roberts — and five other justices — rewrote the law to enable tax credits for insurance purchased through federal exchanges as well.” — National Review

“Will the Democratic Party finally apologize for supporting slavery, segregation, lynching, and the Ku Klux Klan?” — American Spectator

“A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 28% of Likely Republican Voters think Jindal is at least somewhat likely to end up being the GOP nominee next year, including just five percent (5%) who say it’s Very Likely. Fifty-two percent (52%) of Republican voters consider a Jindal nomination unlikely, with 20% who feel it’s Not At All Likely. A sizable 20% are not sure” — Rasmussen Reports

“In the wake of Thursday’s King v. Burwell Supreme Court decision upholding Obamacare, at least one attorney who has argued cases before the court is calling for the justices who filed the majority opinion to be impeached.” — World Net Daily

“Americans trust their doctors, so the White House wants these medical professionals to be a mouthpiece for President Obama’s global warming agenda.” — Daily Caller



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