Why the U.S. Senate Must Also Pass the Respect for Marriage ACT

Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Respect for Marriage Act by an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote of 267-157, with 47 Republican Votes. The bill repeals the aged and repulsive Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), previously dealt with under case law by the Supreme Court of the United States, but under threat since the reversal … More Why the U.S. Senate Must Also Pass the Respect for Marriage ACT

Marin’s Sheriff Doyle Should Resign as SCOTUS Rules Against Trump Challenge of California Sanctuary Law

Today the Supreme Court rejected the Trump administration’s challenge to California’s sanctuary law, which restricts state and local law enforcement cooperation with federal immigration agents. Over the dissents of Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito, the court denied review of a lower-court ruling that concluded the 2018 state law does not interfere illegally with federal immigration … More Marin’s Sheriff Doyle Should Resign as SCOTUS Rules Against Trump Challenge of California Sanctuary Law

Shame on Cain: Herman Cain unable to pull off a “Clarence Thomas”

 Herman Cain suspends his campaign for 2012 GOP presidential nomination  By Melanie Nathan, December 3,  Herman Cain, was an unknown businessman a few months back until he decided to run for the Republican presidential nomination.  Soon a bunch of whistle blowing harassment survivors seized the imperative duty to inform the American public that our erstwhile godfather  … More Shame on Cain: Herman Cain unable to pull off a “Clarence Thomas”