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31

Jul

I haven’t seen anything that isn’t pleasing or funny on that website.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, regarding Tumblr (Katie Couric asked her about “Notorious RBG” and she said not only did she know about it, but she’s into it)

RBG KNOWS WHAT’S UP.

(via laughterkey)

No one tell her about bronies.

(via mattgorman)

OH MY GOD

(via quothtehblackbirdnevermoar)

Someone needs to show her the “I Don’t Need Feminism” blog so she can destroy it.

(Source: meredithmo)

Contraceptive protection is something every woman must have access to, to control her own destiny. I certainly respect the belief of the Hobby Lobby owners. On the other hand, they have no constitutional right to foist that belief on the hundreds and hundreds of women who work for them who don’t share that belief. I had never seen the free exercise of religion clause interpreted in such a way.

30

Jul

katiecouric:

I had a great time talking to SCOTUS Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg about Hobby Lobby, her retirement and women’s rights.  Watch the full interview tomorrow on Yahoo News. Plus, tune in to ABC World News tonight at 6:30 pm for a sneak peek of our interview!

katiecouric:

I had a great time talking to SCOTUS Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg about Hobby Lobby, her retirement and women’s rights.  Watch the full interview tomorrow on Yahoo News. Plus, tune in to ABC World News tonight at 6:30 pm for a sneak peek of our interview!

09

Jul

07

Jul

Hobby Lobby makes clear that all persons—human and corporate, citizen and foreigner, resident and alien—enjoy the special religious free exercise protections of the [Religious Freedom Restoration Act].

Attorneys for two Guantanamo Bay detainees have filed an emergency application, invoking the Supreme Court’s controversial decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobbyfor a temporary restraining order to bar military officials from preventing inmates from participating in communal prayer during Ramadan.

h/t TexasWomensCoalition

01

Jul

On Monday, the Supreme Court in their controversial Hobby Lobby ruling equated contraception to abortion. The problem with their decision is this: There’s absolutely zero science to back it up.

30

Jun

The Time A Corporation Cited Religious Freedom As A Way To Avoid Desegregation

I think we all deserve this picture of a SCOTUS protester dressed as a Bible and wearing no pants after today. (via @bennyjohnson)

I think we all deserve this picture of a SCOTUS protester dressed as a Bible and wearing no pants after today. (via @bennyjohnson)

odinsblog:

SCOTUS is slowly conferring all the rights of personhood onto corporations, while simultaneously relieving corporations of personal responsibility, and gradually limiting the civil rights of individuals.