Samuel L. Jackson takes race-based shot at Supreme Court justice over Roe v. Wade

Actor Samuel L. Jackson took a race-based shot at US Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas — and rocker Billie Joe Armstrong says he is renouncing his US citizenship — over the striking down of Roe v. Wade.

Jackson called the conservative justice — who wrote a concurring opinion on overturning the landmark abortion decision — “Uncle Clarence” in reference to the compliant slave in “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” the classic novel by Harriet Beecher Stowe.

“How’s Uncle Clarence feeling about overturning Loving v. Virginia,” the actor tweeted.

The landmark 1967 “Loving” ruling declared that state bans on interracial marriages were unconstitutional. Thomas, the court’s only black justice, is married to a white woman.

In his concurring opinion Friday, the 74-year-old judge called for his colleagues to “reconsider” and potentially overturn other cases decided on the legal theory of “substantive due process” — including rulings that protect gay marriage and access to birth control.

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Meanwhile Armstrong, the California-born frontman for award-winning rockers Green Day, told a London audience Saturday, “F–k America!” the Daily Mail reported.

“I’m renouncing my citizenship,” he yelled at the crowd. “I’m f–king coming here!

“There’s just too much f–king stupid in the world to go back to that miserable f–king excuse for a country,” he said. “Oh, I’m not kidding, you’re going to get a lot of me in the coming days.”

The rant came just weeks after Green Day performed in front of a “F–k Ted Cruz” sign, a shot at conservative US Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas.


This was a given before it started. New York had a very aggressive 2nd Amendment Restriction on who, why and when a person could carry a firearm. The law said that the discretion of who receives a pistol permit is up to the politicians, who may or may not, depending on the wind, issue a citizen a permit to carry a firearm.See the source imageSales associate Elsworth Andrews grabs a shotgun to show it to a customer at Burbank Ammo & Guns in Burbank, California, June 23, 2022.

Supreme Court Rules Against New York Law Limiting Concealed Firearms

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that a New York State law restricting the ability of individuals to carry concealed firearms outside of their homes is unconstitutional, an opinion that will trigger the overthrow of several similar state laws and which also plants the seeds for challenges to an array of other laws regulating firearms across the country.

In its ruling in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen, the court held that New York’s requirement that an applicant for a permit to carry a handgun in public show “proper cause” violates individuals’ right to bear arms under the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

The court found that by imposing a subjective test that a law-abiding citizen must pass in order to exercise the right to bear arms, New York also violated the 14th Amendment, which prevents states from passing laws restricting Americans’ ability to exercise their constitutional rights.

“We know of no other constitutional right that an individual may exercise only after demonstrating to government officers some special need,” wrote Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, in an opinion joined by the five other conservative justices on the court.
The court’s three liberal justices all dissented, with Associate Justice Stephen Breyer arguing the majority had ignored New York’s “compelling interest in preventing gun violence.”

The ruling, a major victory for gun rights organizations, comes less than a month after two highly publicized mass shootings — in Buffalo, New York, and Uvalde, Texas — galvanized congressional support for a new law aimed at reducing gun violence. The Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, expected to pass the Senate this week, would make a number of changes to current law, including expanding background checks for gun buyers under 21 years of age.

The killers in Buffalo and Uvalde were both 18 years old and had purchased their weapons legally.

On Thursday, just hours after the Supreme Court ruled on the New York case, 15 Republicans joined all 50 Democrats in the Senate to overcome a filibuster of the bill, setting it up for a final vote.


AOC slams SCOTUS abortion decision, says women will die and too many children already in ‘poverty

Ocasio-Cortez says banning abortions in Arkansas ‘will kill people

She went on to argue that the state has a high maternal mortality rate and children living in poverty, saying “forcing women to carry pregnancies against their will, will kill them.”

Did AOC ever hear of the “morning after pill?” How about raincoats, they provide protection too.

One Minor thought, she doesn’t want more Democrat voter? Seems to me, those are the ones that got her elected. This truly is an oxymoron.

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Georgia’s Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams on Sunday refused to say whether she believed there should be restrictions on abortions or whether she believed abortion was acceptable all the way up to nine months, saying it is a “medical decision” and shouldn’t be political.

Abrams was pressed during a “Fox News Sunday” interview to respond to the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade on Friday and whether she believed there should be any limitations on abortion.

“I believe that abortion is a medical decision. And I believe that that should be a choice made between a doctor and a woman and in consultation with her family,” Abrams said. “But I think the challenge that we have is that we keep putting this in a political space. This is a medical decision. And the medical choices that should be made should be governed by what is best for that woman. And what is the best suggestion of an advice of their doctor.”


Abortion ruling: Democrats say ‘follow the science’ about everything but Roe, Mark Levin says | Fox News

Abortion ruling: Democrats say ‘follow the science’ about everything but Roe, Mark Levin says

A 1992 case from then-Penna. Gov. Robert Casey Sr. already altered Roe

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Mark Levin called out liberals enraged over Friday’s Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. Wade and reserving abortion regulation to state governments.

On “Life, Liberty & Levin,” Levin said he pored over the Founding Documents and could not locate a reference to abortion or the right to obstetric termination, laying out a timeline of evolution in both technology and law illustrating Roe as a flawed decision and one defying “science.”

Roe v Wade reversed almost 200 years of American jurisprudence — there is not a word in the Constitution, not one about abortion. There’s not a word in the Federalist Papers about abortion.”


With all of the obfuscation in the world, populaces lose sight of what is reality. The current U.S. debt is $20 trillion. Yes, TRILLION, real money, real paper, real fiat currency, real wall- paper, real worthless, real tulips, real Ponzi, real fraud. Uncle Sam is not the only one pushing this HOAX on the public, there are others involved in this Broadway production. In time, which is fast approaching, Americans will find out that the dollar is one big fat JOKE. Weimar is coming to the Heartland.

A loaf of bread in Berlin that cost around 160 Marks at the end of 1922 cost 200,000,000,000 Marks by late 1923.[14]
By November 1923, one US dollar was worth 4,210,500,000,000 German marks
50 trillion (50 Billionen, 50×1012) marks Eschweiler, 1923 

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The End of Times for the “Almighty Green Back is surreptitiously upon us. Within a Decade, the dollar will no longer be king. The Fed is out of quivers, as such, they have finally realized that that Plan B will not work.
The writing is not only on the wall; it is written in stone. “So let it be written, so it be done.” Don’t be fooled by press releases, this is window dressing for the uninitiated. Although the dollar is creeping higher visa vie other fiat currencies, this is because of the dollar being the best dirty suit in a bag of dirty suits.

What is coming into view and maybe already here is STAGFLATION. Predictions of 20% have been postulated. We are of the valued opinion that 10% is imbedded in the U.S. In actuality it is more like 20%. Don’t be fooled by the FED, they roll out FAKE STATISTICS because if they did otherwise, there would be riots in the streets, bank runs and monetary collapse Therefore, they have to kick the can down the proverbial road for a time, but that road is getting shorter by the day.

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We predicted that the trash and burn crowd would go on a rampage. And overnight they have done just that-Portland is on fire.van

Portland rioters smash windows, tag private property with pro-choice messages in city’s downtown

A large group of rioters was seen in downtown Portland, Oregon smashing windows and vandalizing several buildings Saturday night. The group also graffitied several messages targeting the U.S. Supreme Court.

The group, made of about 100 people, were yelling and chanting as they marched down the streets when they would periodically stop to destroy and graffiti objects.

“Death to SCOTUS,” one black spray-painted message said.

GOP senator slams President Biden for ‘fear-mongering’ in address to nation after Supreme Court’s ruling

Sen Tim Scott says a fundamental of being an American is life

A fundamental right of being an American is life: GOP senator
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Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., joined “One Nation with Brian Kilmeade” to react to the Supreme Court’s ruling overturning Roe v. Wade and President Biden’s response.

SEN. TIM SCOTT: Fear-mongering is really what President Biden just talked about, he’s fear-mongering. The truth is, I’m so thankful that over the last three or four years, we were able to put 300 federal judges on the bench and three conservative Supreme Court justices. 

Supreme Court abortion protests: LAPD arrests suspect for attempted murder of police officer

The U.S. Supreme Court announced its decision on abortion Friday

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A California man was arrested and charged with attempted murder after he allegedly attacked a police officer during a protest of the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent abortion reversal, police said.

Michael Ortiz, 30, and Juliana Bernado, 23, were among those arrested during a clash with police officers in the downtown Los Angeles area Friday as people gathered to protest the overturning of Roe v. Wade, Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore said.

“The vast majority of those involved were peaceful and law-abiding, however, a much smaller group of individuals took to the streets with the intention of creating chaos and destruction,” the LAPD said.

LOS ANGELES, CA - JUNE 24: Protesters march northbound on the 110 Freeway to denounce the Supreme Court's decision in the Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health case on June 24, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

Los Angeles, CA - June 24:  Activists protest along Broadway over the 110 freeway as LAPD blocks the freeway access after the supreme court overturned Roe vs. Wade, eliminating women's right to abortion after almost 50 years in Los Angeles on Friday, June 24, 2022. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/MediaNews Group/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images)

Los Angeles, CA – June 24:  Activists protest along Broadway over the 110 freeway as LAPD blocks the freeway access after the supreme court overturned Roe vs. Wade, eliminating women’s right to abortion after almost 50 years in Los Angeles on Friday, June 24, 2022. (Photo by Keith Birmingham/MediaNews Group/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images) (Photo by Keith Birmingham/MediaNews Group/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images)

At some point in the night, Bernado allegedly attempted to take an officer’s baton and was subsequently taken into custody, the New York Post reported. She faces possible charges for resisting arrest.

“I condemn the violence against officers that occurred last night and into today,” LAPD Chief Michel Moore said in a news release.



FBI investigating after pregnancy center set on fire, vandalized following Roe ruling

FBI investigating after pregnancy center set on fire, vandalized following Roe ruling



A pregnancy center in Longmont, Colorado, was vandalized on early Saturday morning, according to police.

The incident happened at Life Choices and police say that the building sustained “fire and heavy smoke damage.”

The fire at the pregnancy center is being investigated as arson.

According to police, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is also assisting in the investigation.

Officials also said the building had been vandalized with black spray paint.

“If abortion aren’t (sic) safe, neither are you,” one of the spray paintings reads.

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Trump takes victory lap on Supreme Court’s abortion ruling during Illinois rally

Trump takes victory lap on Supreme Court's abortion ruling during Illinois rally


Former President Donald Trump celebrated the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade during a rally in Illinois Saturday.

“The court handed down a victory for the Constitution, a victory for the rule of law and above all, a victory for life,” Trump said.

The former president applauded the efforts of pro-life activists and other conservatives: “Your boundless love, sacrifice and devotion has finally been rewarded in full.”

“Thank you, Trump,” the crowd roared back.

During the rally, Trump endorsed Darren Bailey for governor and renewed his support for Rep. Mary Miller. Illinois’ primary election is on Tuesday.

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When mayor, criminals feared Rudi Giuliani. He was a quintessential example of what a major city mayor should be. Law and order was priority number one.  Unfortunately, he is long gone; since then, law and order are only words, not to be feared because Democrats hold sway. Cities, now run by them have caved to vigilantism.

And as America has witnessed the George Floyd riots – the flock, once again, is gearing up to destroy city after city, all due to the overturning of Roe v Wade.

These protestors are so ignorant they don’t realize that abortion is still legal at the State Level. It is not an absolute right built into the Constitution but left to individual states.

Users on Twitter are promoting #sexstrike in response to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.



This was not a surprise to those who fervently protested the long- awaited decision, as SCOTUS wraps up its term, regarding Roe v Wade, actually Dobbs v. Jackson. They knew in advance what awaited them; they were not blind sighted nor sucker-punched if you will in the 6-3 decision that declared Roe v Wade not to be the law of the land. Protests were rampant, at court houses, city venues and at the homes of the Justices, virulently protesting with a vengeance.

Ironically though, we must impartially add, that many of the protesters would not be here if their mother had an abortion. How stupid of them!



But now you have the New York maniac, UpChuck Schumer,

going ballistic, raging like a bull when he heard the decision. The guy should be incarcerated, tried and convicted of Sedition for threatening the Justices.

Schumer blames ‘MAGA Republicans’ for Roe ruling

Senate Majority Leader Charles E. Schumer blamed the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe vs. Wade on “MAGA Republicans,” who are “complicit in today’s decision and all of its consequences.”

‘Solid 800’ people protest in Cincinnati, Ohio march following reversal of Roe v. Wade

But, the most revered Supreme Court Justice, RBG, has been thrown under the bus. Once a liberal Icon, is being castigated as the reason for the Roe defeat. “She was into herself, did not retire earlier, which would have allowed Obama to appoint another diehard, we make the law, liberal. How things have changed. 

And they were out full force in the Lone Star State. Austin saw protesters GONE WILD. ILLEGITIMATE DECISION”

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A police officer in Cincinnati, Ohio told Fox News that a “solid 800” people showed up for a protest in the downtown area marching to a federal courthouse.

The protesters are blocking Main Street and people are giving speeches following the Supreme Court’s reversal of Roe v. Wade on Friday.

“Reproductive justice for all,” one banner says.

Click here to see more pictures on Fox News.

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Stare Decisis

One of the most famous examples of reversing a precedent is the case of Brown v. Board of Education, where the Supreme Court justices collectively ruled in a civil rights case against racial segregation in public schools, after deeming it unconstitutional. This ruling overturned the “separate but equal” precedent ruled in the Plessy v. Ferguson case of 1896, which said that racially segregated public facilities were legal, so long as the facilities for Black people and whites were equal.

The “Separate but equal” precedent stood for several decades until May 17, 1954, when it was abolished in the public education field, because segregated schools were inherently unequal and deprived the students of equal protection of the laws instituted by the 14th Amendment. This was after Oliver Brown filed a class-action suit in 1951, against the Board of Education of Topeka in Kansas, because his daughter, Linda Brown, was refused entry to Topeka’s all-white elementary schools.

This case and four others involving segregation in schools were combined into a single case named “Brown v. Board of Education” in 1952. This case is often referred to as a “super-precedent” because it ended the segregation of public schools in the United States and is unlikely to be overruled or overturned.


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Juneteenth’s Vision of Freedom Expresses American Values Better Than the Fourth of July’s

Kermit Roosevelt, Time, June 18, 2022

Juneteenth, which commemorates the emancipation of America’s enslaved people, has been celebrated 157 times. But it was only made a federal holiday last year, acquiring a new official name: Juneteenth National Independence Day.

And yet the Fourth of July, of course, was already Independence Day. One might reasonably wonder, if we already had one Independence Day, why did we need another? This works as a question about the holidays, but also about the history: if July 4 brought Americans independence, why was Juneteenth necessary?

The answer is that the two holidays, like the historical events, are about very different things. {snip}


{snip} Juneteenth is the flip side of July 4. July 4 celebrates the right of people to form their own political communities and make their own laws—including, if they want, laws that enslave people who are outsiders to those communities. During the Civil War, the Confederates honored July 4 as fervently as the Union and proclaimed themselves “the loyal inheritors” of the principles of Independence Day. Juneteenth, by contrast, celebrates the conquest and destruction of those enslaver governments, in the name of universal individual freedom.

In the same way, the Civil War is the flip side of the American Revolution. States that recognize slavery declare their independence from a nation that has partially banned the practice. The nation refuses to accept independence and fights a war to stop it. As part of that war, it offers freedom to people enslaved by the states. That’s the Civil War, with the United States as the nation, but it’s also the Revolution, with the U.S. as the states.

The states won the Revolution, and we identify with the rebels of 1776. The nation won the Civil War, and we generally also identify with the government that defeated the rebels of 1861—though not as strongly or completely as we should. But this creates a deep instability in American identity. A house divided cannot stand, said Lincoln, and we cannot be on both sides of this war and still be one nation. We must pick a side. What we need to ask ourselves is who are the real heroes of the American story: the Revolutionary Patriots, fighting for their states’ independence but complaining that their enemies were freeing the people they enslaved, or the Civil War-era Americans who fought to bring individual freedom to others?

If we believe our own rhetoric about liberty and equality, the answer is that we subscribe to the values of the Civil War rather than the Revolution. We believe in the Constitution that was forced on the defeated South in Reconstruction, not the one ratified by 13 states in the Founding. And Juneteenth expresses our values far better than does the Fourth of July.


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The White Man Has a Diabolical Plan to Destroy Us

Anonymous American, American Renaissance, June 19, 2022

This story is one of hundreds Colin Flaherty planned to publish in a book before his death. American Renaissance will post one a week.

I’m a 60-year-old conservative black man and I just got off the phone with my liberal 70-year-old brother. Our conversation was about race, as it often is. My brother insists that the problems of the black race are the result of structure, while I maintain that it’s largely culture. He says that slavery is to blame for the state of black America and the way blacks behave. I tell him that’s nonsense. Though there were many structural barriers that limited black upward mobility for many years, those unfair obstacles have all been eliminated in the last half-century, and today, the sky’s the limit for us if we want to progress. There are zero structural impediments to our advancement. I told him that we blacks need to adopt conservative principles such as valuing education, marrying before having children, shunning degenerate behavior, respecting authority, etc. These values would propel the black race forward if we practiced them, but like my older brother, so many blacks claim America is a racist country that will never let us succeed. Unfortunately, many blacks think this way, believing that the white man has a diabolical plan to destroy us.

According to their twisted logic, the white man makes blacks sucker punch 90-year-old women, gang rape a 13-year-old girls, rob and murder elderly veterans, rob strangers, commit arson, shoot over 100 people in Chicago over the course of a weekend, etc. They maintain the white man set up Bill Cosby, O.J. Simpson, and many other blacks. I also told my brother, among other things, that it’s a disgrace that in this day and age many of us still can’t speak proper English. Of course, he insists that’s also because of the white man!