After a day trip to Fresno aboard Amtrak, Dave returns to the Supreme Court ruling on Gay Marriage, Obamacare and Hotel Registers.
As Gay Marriage is now the law of the land, the Courts ruling provides some insights that are worth consideration. But, ultimately, this ruling, IS consistent with what some of the most well known Framers, including Madison and Wilson, believed.
The King Ruling on Obamacare was a predictable as a sunrise, but a ruling on Hotel registers which is being hailed as a “victory” for privacy rights, proves that people who are celebrating didn’t actually read the ruling.
Dave also explains why the Confederate Battle Flag is offensive to him, and why it should not be banned.
The Gay Marriage ruling will have Conservative tongues wagging today, as they did yesterday over Obamacare. But ultimately, this ruling IS consistent with what some of the most well known Framers, including Madison and Wilson, believed should be the role of the Central Government. When combined with what the Republican Party of 1868 wanted via the 14th Amendment, this ruling represents the triumph of those who believed that the States should have no role in the nations affairs.
Posted on June 26, 2015, in News & Notes and tagged 14th Amendment, 4th Amendment, Amtrak, Confederate Battle Flag, Constitution, Convention, Dave Bowman, Gay Marriage, Hotel Registers, Obamacare, Plausibly Live, Privacy Rights, Supreme Court, The Dave Bowman Show. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.