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Sen. Rand Paul / TIME:
Rand Paul: Government Should Get Out of the Marriage Business Altogether  —  Paul is the junior U.S. Senator for Kentucky.  —  While I disagree with Supreme Court's redefinition of marriage, I believe that all Americans have the right to contract.  —  The Constitution is silent on the question …
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Charles J. Dean / al.com:
Roy Moore: Alabama judges cannot issue same-sex marriage licenses for 25 days  —  Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore said the state supreme court today issued an order that effectively keeps probate judges from issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples for 25 days.
Greg Stohr / Bloomberg Business:
States Seeking Voter Citizenship Proof Denied by U.S. Supreme Court  —  The U.S. Supreme Court refused to consider letting states require evidence of citizenship when people register to vote for federal elections, rejecting an appeal from Arizona and Kansas.
Ian Millhiser / ThinkProgress:
BREAKING: Supreme Court Allows Texas Abortion Clinics To Remain Open  —  The Supreme Court issued a brief, two paragraph order on Monday permitting Texas abortion clinics that are endangered by state law requiring them to comply with onerous regulations or else shut down to remain open.
Discussion: Hullabaloo
Ben Kamisar / The Hill:
Cruz bashes ‘elites’ on Supreme Court  —  Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on Monday bashed “elites” on the Supreme Court for imposing their will on America's heartland in its decision to legalize same-sex marriage.  —  “You've got nine lawyers, they are all from Harvard or Yale …
Adam Liptak / New York Times:
Supreme Court Allows Texas Abortion Clinics to Remain Open  —  WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday allowed nine Texas abortion clinics to remain open while the justices consider whether to hear an appeal from a decision effectively ordering them to close.
Greg Stohr / Bloomberg Business:
Independent Redistricting Panel Upheld by U.S. Supreme Court
NBC News:
NBC Cuts Business Ties with Donald Trump Over Immigration Remarks  —  NBC is ending its business relationship with Donald Trump over his recent comments about Mexican immigrants.  —  “At NBC, respect and dignity for all people are cornerstones of our values,” NBC said in a statement.
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Dylan Byers / Politico:
NBCUniversal cuts ties with Trump
Discussion: Mediaite and The Week
Alan Rappeport / New York Times:
NBC to Donald Trump: You're Fired
Discussion: Raw Story, theGrio and Towleroad
Paul Krugman / New York Times:
Greece Over the Brink  —  It has been obvious for some time that the creation of the euro was a terrible mistake.  Europe never had the preconditions for a successful single currency — above all, the kind of fiscal and banking union that, for example, ensures that when a housing bubble in Florida bursts …
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Paul Krugman / New York Times:
The Awesome Gratuitousness of the Greek Crisis  —  Barry Eichengreen asks himself why his influential analysis, suggesting that the euro was irreversible now appears wrong.  Surely in a direct, mechanical sense what we're seeing is the process I warned about five years ago:
John Fund / National Review:
The Greek Crisis: Too Little Democracy, Too Much Bureaucracy
Discussion: Instapundit
Adam Kredo / Washington Free Beacon:
State Department Ejects Free Beacon Reporter from Briefing  —  VIENNA—Officials with the Department of State threatened to call security Monday on a Washington Free Beacon reporter who was attempting to report on a briefing held by senior Obama administration figures in Vienna on the eve of an expected nuclear agreement with Iran.
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New York Times:
Jewish Group, With Hired Protesters, Opposes the Parade  —  Some of the most curious costumes worn along the parade route belonged to protesters.  —  Behind a barricade, a group of men wore the fringed Jewish prayer garment known as the tzitzit and held up anti-gay signs bearing the logo …
Todd J. Gillman / Trail Blazers Blog:
Updated: Spat escalates as Ted Cruz dusts off 2009 email to rebut Karl Rove denial on Bush41 endorsement episode  —  Republican strategist Karl Rove speaking in Sacramento on March 2, 2013  —  Sen. Ted Cruz at the Capitol on Sept. 23, 2013.  —  updated 9:45pm
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Danielle Ferguson / Des Moines Register:
Trump says famous hair will get new look in White House  —  WINTERSET, Ia.  - Donald Trump says if he gets elected president, he would have to change his hair style because he wouldn't have time to maintain it, as he would be working his butt off in the White House.
Dave Urbanski / TheBlaze.com:
Well-Known Priest's Amazing Response After He Said Two Men Spat on Him in Midst of NYC Gay Pride Parade  —  Fr. Jonathan Morris is likely a familiar face to readers of TheBlaze — the Catholic priest based in the Bronx also has been a longtime analyst for Fox News.
Ian Millhiser / ThinkProgress:
Chief Justice Roberts' Marriage Equality Dissent Has A Hidden Message For Conservatives  —  Friday's landmark victory for marriage equality was handed down over the dissents of four justices, each of whom wrote their own dissenting opinion.  Of these, by far the most thoughtful …
S.V. Dáte / National Journal:
Bernie Sanders Is the Best Challenger Hillary Clinton Could've Hoped For  —  The Vermont senator could make the Democratic front-runner a better candidate in the short-term, and as the race goes on, Clinton's campaign is confident it'll be able to bring Sanders's supporters into the fold.
Discussion: The Reaction
Adam B. Lerner / Politico:
Justice Stephen Breyer's dissent: Death penalty may be unconstitutional  —  The death penalty may be unconstitutional, two of the Supreme Court's liberal judges suggested on Monday.  —  In a dissent to the majority's opinion in Glossip v. Gross, which upheld Oklahoma's use of a key drug used …
The Hill:
Politics shift on ObamaCare  —  The politics of ObamaCare are shifting.  —  A law that helped Republicans sweep into the House majority in 2010 and contributed to Democrats losing the Senate four years later might be becoming a bigger political problem for the GOP than it is a liability for Democrats.
Discussion: Daily Kos and Business Insider
Los Angeles Times:
Tough vaccination bill expected to pass California Legislature  —  The California Legislature on Monday is expected to pass a bill requiring mandatory vaccinations for children, moving to end exemptions from state immunization laws based on religious or other personal beliefs.
Discussion: NOLA River and WYPR
David Meyer / Politico:
France arrests Uber executives  —  The company's French and Western Europe general managers are in custody.  —  Two of Uber's top executives in France were arrested Monday over the alleged illegality of the car-booking service.  —  Uber France General Manager Thibaud Simphal …
Discussion: The Daily Caller
 
 
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Jim Geraghty / National Review:
The OPM Hack and Obama's Politicization of the Federal Bureacracy
Discussion: protein wisdom and Instapundit
Josh Richman / Mercury News:
California redistricting commission safe after Supreme Court upholds Arizona's
Discussion: The Huffington Post and Slantpoint
Michael A. Fletcher / Washington Post:
Puerto Rico's governor on need to postpone debt payments for years: 'It's about math'
Carl Campanile / New York Post:
De Blasio continues crusade against smoking at home
Lindsey Bever / Washington Post:
Six predominately black southern churches burn within a week with arson suspected in at least three
New York Times:
Hillary Clinton Faces a More Liberal Democratic Fund-Raising Landscape
Matt Hamilton / Los Angeles Times:
Ku Klux Klan propaganda blankets Whittier neighborhood
Discussion: bet.com and Orange County Register
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Olaf Ekberg / The American Mirror:
USDA moving to ban juice, cookies in day cares
Tom Randall / Bloomberg Business:
Solar Plane's Harrowing 120-Hour Flight Begins
Discussion: The Daily Caller and The Week
Ken Daley / New Orleans Times-Picayune:
Exonerated convict Glenn Ford succumbs to lung cancer at 65
Discussion: Raw Story and Guardian
NPR.org:
Melissa Block Takes On Expanded Role At NPR News
Discussion: FishbowlDC and Poynter.
Mark Oppenheimer / TIME:
Now's the Time To End Tax Exemptions for Religious Institutions