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Court Denies ACLU Contempt Motion Against Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis

The same judge who ordered Kentucky clerk Kim Davis to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples has now rejected a motion filed by the ACLU that would have forced her to issue the licenses with her name and title on them.

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Democrats Turn to Trump Hats to Raise Cash

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) is trying to raise money for 2016 House races with its own version of Donald Trump’s infamous “Make America Great Again” hat.

Obamas in Trump hats (DCCC)

Tennessee Gov. Haslam Not Yet Offering Constitutional Challenge to Syrian Refugee Settlement

Tennessee Republican Governor Bill Haslam is apparently off the list of possible plaintiffs—governors of the 12 “Wilson-Fish alternative program” states where non-profit VOLAGS, not state governments, run the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program—the Thomas More Law Center says it is looking to represent in a constitutional legal challenge to the program.

Gov. Bill Haslam meets with lawmakers in Sparta, Tenn., on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015. (AP Photo/Erik Schelzig)

World View: Veterans’ Medical Services Continue to Worsen Since 2014 Scandal

Contents: Doctors prepare to strike UK’s National Health Service; Veterans’ medical services continue to worsen since 2014 scandal; Obamacare prices skyrocketing in 2016, as I predicted in 2009; Kentucky’s new governor Matt Bevin promises to end Obamacare abuses; Four more Obamacare co-ops collapse in the last week; Obamacare ‘risk corridors’ are also collapsing financially

Chicago Area Hines Veterans Hospital Sited In Mass VA Scandal

Matt Bevin Wins Kentucky Governor Race

Businessman Matt Bevin won the Governor’s race in Kentucky Tuesday, becoming just the second Republican Governor in the Commonwealth in the last 40 years.

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CA Bill Could Strip All Confederate Names, Including Fort Bragg

In the wake of the anti-Confederate hysteria that swept the country following the heinous June 17 attack on a black church in Charleston that killed 9, California state senator Sen. Steve Glazer (D-Orinda) has put forward a bill to ban the use of Confederate names for “schools, buildings and other public facilities.”

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