Tag Archives: New Mexico

Supreme Court Won't Hear Case Over Wedding Photographer Fined For Not Working Gay Wedding

Supreme Court Won't Hear Case Over Wedding Photographer Fined For Not Working Gay Wedding

The Supreme Court will let stand a New Mexico Supreme Court ruling which upheld a state law fining a wedding photographer for not working a gay wedding. The state’s Human Rights Court fined the photographer $6,637.94 for the refusal. The Supreme Court declined Monday to decide if a New Mexico wedding photographer was within her rights

In Defense Of Carbon Dioxide

Carbon dioxide is a dangerous pollutant, according to a lot of people up to and including the EPA. The air that we exhale is bad for the environment, we’re supposed to believe, which has become such an article of faith that even the fossil fuel energy companies have embraced it arguing for fracking on the

North Dakotans Shouldn't Have To Live In A Surveillance State

It got overshadowed a bit by a couple of victories on the pro-life front, but the cause of civil liberties and personal privacy took a big hit yesterday when the state Senate voted down a bill which would have required that law enforcement obtain a warrant before using surveillance drone technology in a criminal investigation.

Dalrymple Backing Medicaid Expansion Is An Act Of Political Cowardice

Writing for the Washington Examiner, Shikha Dalmia tries to explain why Republican governors like North Dakota’s Jack Dalrymple are pushing for an expansion of Medicaid. Governor Dalrymple has referenced the “no cost” federal dollars which would fund the expansion (which forgets that we are all federal taxpayers too), but Dalmia suggests that it’s more than

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