What’s Left to Be Desired in The Masterpiece Bakeshop Case

Though it’s good that the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Masterpiece Cakeshop, here’s a great article from Ben Shapiro about some gaps that were left in the ruling.

Here’s What You Need To Know About The Masterpiece Cakeshop Ruling. Religious Americans Should Still Be Very Worried. — Daily Wire

Promising Takeaways from the Masterpiece Cakeshop

I saw this on Facebook around the time he oral arguments were being heard about the Masterpiece Cakeshop case in the Supreme Court. It gives me a little hope that First Amendment rights might be upheld in this case. Enjoy!


Why can’t we let people like this in instead?

I came across this article today on Facebook about this Chinese Christian trying to escape religious persecution who was denied asylum. It’s people like this who ought to have the first dibs when coming to America instead of illegals who hop over the border because these are people who face serious threats. Enjoy the article!


The Resurrection of the Travel Ban

As we heard in the news this week, the Supreme Court has allowed most of President Trump’s travel ban to take effect, which it did last night. This is great news as it brings us one step closer to being able to control who comes into our country as any nation state should have the right to do and, perhaps more importantly right now, ensure that the people coming here are not going do us harm. I found a brief article on the Aussie Conservative blog that briefly summarizes what went down this week. Enjoy!

Supreme Court breathes new life into Trump’s travel ban

Since when do non-citizens have rights in the U.S.?

Unfortunately, the left seems to think that non American citizens, particularly illegals or non-permanent residents, deserve the rights that the Constitution affords our citizens. For me, it’s simple. If you live in a country, you have (or at least are supposed to have) the protection of that country’s laws and the rights that country recognizes. So, for example, I am an American citizen; I get American rights and the protection of American law. I am not a dual citizen; therefore, I cannot expect rights from any other country. It should be that simple.

Anyways, I found this blog post by the Aussie Conservative about a pending Supreme Court decision. It’s very interesting. Thanks to the Aussie Conservative for finding this article!

Supreme Court to Decide Whether Non-Citizens Have the “Constitutional Right” to Sue in American Courts