Supreme Court Makes Equal Marriage Rights the Law of the Land


In a truly revolutionary and long overdue ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court has rendered invalid all laws across the United States that prevent same sex marriages.

It’s a day of celebration for all in recognition of a simple and profound truth: marriage is indeed a basic human right.

Justice Kennedy wrote this final paragraph of the Court’s ruling:

No union is more profound than marriage, for it embodies the highest ideals of love, fidelity, devotion, sacrifice, and family. In forming a marital union, two people become something greater than once they were. As some of the petitioners in these cases demonstrate, marriage embodies a love that may endure even past death. It would misunderstand these men and women to say they disrespect the idea of marriage. Their plea is that they do respect it, respect it so deeply that they seek to find its fulfillment for themselves. Their hope is not to be condemned to live in loneliness, excluded from one of civilization’s oldest institutions. They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right. The judgement of the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit is reversed.

It is so ordered.

And that, ladies and gentlemen, says it all. It’s a rebuke to the forces of bigotry. It should leave many people across the land hanging their heads in shame for ever suggesting that marriage is reserved for only one group of people.

If you held that belief at one time and have since changed, that’s a great step. You’ve come a long way.

If you still believe marriage is only for heterosexual couples, you may very well have some additional issues. I would suggest moving to South Carolina and hanging a confederate flag in your garage. Maybe you could buy lots of guns and ammunition for a final holdout. Whatever. The point I’m making is this: good riddance.

Prince Releases Baltimore Protest Song


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Prince has released a direct hit to the terrifying and brutal police in the United States with his new single, ‘Baltimore.’

In case you were holed up somewhere in a cave of denial, the police in this country are engaged in a merciless war against non-whites who are not wealthy. Police in many instances simply shoot people in the back as they are fleeing, stretch them out on the ground and fire bullets into them, strangle them to death with bare hands, or break their necks completely in half.

There are no good police. If there were, you would see some of them restraining cops who have just committed murder in front of them. You would see these nonexistent good police exposing racist killer coworkers and refusing to work with them. You would see police forming their own protests against police violence. You would see police hold ceremonies to mourn innocent victims of police murder.

You don’t see it do you?

There are no good police in the United States. Those days are long gone.

Prince fights with a guitar. Not a gun. But these days, the police can just walk onto a rock & roll stage and blow away the singer right in front of an oblivious audience.

Secret Recording of NYPD Stop and Frisk Assault on Teenager

This short documentary contains the only known secret recording of New York City police conducting a “stop and frisk” for absolutely no reason other than simple harassment. The audio is both illuminating and terrifying because it makes clear that the officers have no respect for the rights of citizens. They simply want to fulfill their quotas and impress their bosses. They shove, threaten, mock and restrain this teenager in Harlem, but he's recording them all the while on his cell phone – which is legal in New York! Congratulations to him for the excellent work and for bearing up well against the brute force of criminal cops.
The film, directed by Ross Tuttle, goes on to interview some actual NYPD cops about how unpleasant the stop and frisk policy is and how it makes the police hunt civilians. It is my opinion that populations need to turn against police departments that are clearly veering out of control. In New York, every stop and frisk should result in an immediate mob scene that gets out of control within moments. Police should be surrounded and isolated by large groups of New Yorkers. Sudden and total shutdowns of police harassment by large mobs will be an extreme problem for the police. It's called resistance and it works. If a police officer wants to stop and frisk someone for no reason, they should draw a crowd. If the courts can't stop this nonsense, people will.
That’s my opinion on how to treat these cops in New York.


Police in Anaheim California Attack Children at Protest


People gathered to protest suspicious shootings by the Anaheim, California police and were brutally attacked by police wielding non-lethal weapons which included a dog being sent in at children. There simply comes an obvious time in the life of a civilized nation when the people must stand back and take a very good look at the savages that have been allowed to overrun police departments.