By seeking to injure the very class New York seeks to protect, DOMA violates basic due process and equal protection principles applicable to the Federal Government. The Constitution’s guarantee of equality ‘must at the very least mean that a bare congressional desire to harm a politically unpopular group cannot’ justify disparate treatment of that group. Department of Agriculture v. Moreno, 413 U. S. 528, 534–535. DOMA cannot survive under these principles. Its unusual deviation from the tradition of recognizing and accepting state definitions of marriage operates to deprive same-sex couples of the benefits and responsibilities that come with federal recognition of their marriages. This is strong evidence of a law having the purpose and effect of disapproval of a class recognized and protected by state law. DOMA’s avowed purpose and practical effect are to impose a disadvantage, a separate status, and so a stigma upon all who enter into same-sex marriages made lawful by the unquestioned authority of the States.
You’re losing me, Obama…

You’re losing me, Obama…

We’re coming for you, China. ‘MURICA!

We’re coming for you, China. ‘MURICA!

Canada & The United States: Bizarre Borders Part 2

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Did Bill O’Reilly really say this? If so, it may be the first or second time I’ve ever agreed with the man.

Did Bill O’Reilly really say this? If so, it may be the first or second time I’ve ever agreed with the man.

'MURICA!

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