Sunday, June 28, 2015

1776 COALITION EXTRA 06/28/2015

Huckabee: Conservatives can ignore SCOTUS ruling… like Lincoln did
DENVER — Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee suggested Saturday that conservatives treat the Supreme Court’s gay marriage decision like Abraham Lincoln treated the high court’s pro-slavery ruling in Dred Scott: Ignore it. “They can do same thing that Abraham Lincoln... Read More

Chris Christie Launches Campaign Website Three Days Before His Announcement
If the trips to New Hampshire and leaked announcement invitations weren't big enough clues, Chris Christie is in for 2016. Like several other campaigns this cycle, Christie's team went for a digital-first approach ahead of any formal announcement: The New... Read More

Big business on winning side in U.S. top court’s major rulingsBig business on winning side in U.S. top court’s major rulings
WASHINGTON - Big business was on the winning side in the U.S. Supreme Court's two major cases of the year, with hundreds of employers pushing hard in favor of gay marriage and the healthcare industry backing the insurance subsidies available... Read More

Rick Perry defends Colorado’s ‘right to be wrong’ on marijuana
DENVER — Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry may not agree with Colorado’s decision to legalize recreational marijuana, but he said Saturday he will defend the state’s right to make a hash of things. Speaking at the Western Conservative Summit, Mr.... Read More

Woman takes down Confederate flag on S.C. Statehouse grounds just hours before pro-flag rally
COLUMBIA — A Charlotte woman successfully shimmied the flagpole of the South Carolina Statehouse’s Confederate Soldier Monument and took down the Confederate battle flag. Bree Newsome, 30, dressed in climbing gear and helmet, removed the flag just after 6 a.m.,... Read More

More than a third of Greek ATMs run dry for a while on Saturday
ATHENS - More than a third of automated teller machines across Greece ran out of cash on Saturday before they were replenished as Greeks pulled out money on fears their country was set to crash out of the euro, three... Read More

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