Random Headlines — 7/01/15

Headlines

The Hill – ACLU sues Jindal over ‘religious freedom’ order.
The Daily Beast – Meet the one-man homophobia machine.
San Diego Free Press – Border patrol union officials are working with hate groups.
AlterNet – The War on Drugs reaches into the womb–and threatens abortion rights.
Politico – Oklahoma Supreme Court orders Ten Commandments removed from capitol.
Mother Jones – It’s not just the flags. All these schools are named after notorious racists.
National Journal – How the Internet fuels the white nationalism movement.
Media Matters – Racially-charged Texas radio host Michael Berry renews friendship with Ted Cruz.
Think Progress – Across the country, courts are blocking extreme abortion laws from taking effect.

Random Headlines — Obamacare Edition

Obamacare Protest

The New York Times – The Supreme Court rules in favor of nationwide healthcare subsidies in King v. Burwell.
Politico – GOP sticks with Obamacare repeal plan.
Media Matters – Conservative media freaks out after the Supreme Court’s healthcare decision.
The Atlantic – In a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court saves the Fair Housing Act of 1968.
Think Progress – Justice Thomas says we can gut anti-discrimination laws because there are a lot of black NBA players.
Salon – Ted Nugent just called Obama the n-word, even if he insists that he didn’t.
Feministing – Study shows how men overcompensate when their masculinity is questioned.
Media Matters – Radio host Michael Berry compares the Confederate flag to the Koran.
We Hunted the Mammoth – Leading MRA site A Voice for Men continues to publish a Holocaust denier and marital rape apologist.