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Vox Shot – Ep. 46 – Little Sisters KO Obama

On today’s Vox Shot Farrah and Anthony discuss the fight between Obama’s White House and the Little Sisters. Also in the news, former Muslim Ms. USA converts to Christianity, and Trump rubs the UK the wrong way.

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Quotes From Today’s Headlines:

3. Liberal Catholic Justice Sonia Sotomayor cautions that the judgment shouldn’t imply the Court agrees with the merits of the defendant’s case. She states that it “‘afford[s] an opportunity’ for the parties and Courts of Appeals to reconsider the parties’ arguments in light of petitioners’ new articulation of their religious objection and the Government’s clarification about what the existing regulations accomplish … .”

2. “This is a game-changer,” stated Mark Rienzi, senior counsel at The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, which represents the Little Sisters of the Poor and several other plaintiffs. “The Court has accepted the government’s concession that it can get drugs to people without using the Little Sisters.”

“The Court has eliminated all of the bad decisions from the lower courts. And the Court has forbidden the government from fining the Little Sisters even though they are refusing to bow to the government’s will,” Rienzi continued. “It is only a matter of time before the lower courts make this victory permanent.”   

The leader for the Little Sisters of the Poor expressed again that the nuns’ main objective is to serve the poor in accord with their Catholic beliefs.      

1.He was asked about comments by British Prime Minister David Cameron, leader of the U.K.’s Conservative Party, who said that Trump’s suggestion Muslims should be barred from the United States was “divisive, stupid and wrong.”

Trump told Good Morning Britain that “it looks like we’re not going to have a very good relationship,” if he were to win the presidential election in November.


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