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Supreme Court Rules Companies Can Deny Service When It Violates Their Faith

Major ruling is certain to have ripples deep into the US economy


Today the US Supreme Court announced its 6-3 ruling in favor of a Colorado graphic designer who declined customers who wanted her to design gay wedding websites because gay marriage violates her deeply held faith.


The State of Colorado and the 3 liberals on the Supreme Court all argued to force this designer to engage in designing gay couple websites or risk being stripped of her company and ability to earn a living.


But the court’s 6-member majority ruling reaffirmed long-held constitutional principles of First Amendment freedom of speech.


Read more about this breaking story here.

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Clint B
Clint B
Jun 30, 2023

Joe and the left will not like this, watch them pack the court.

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john temples
john temples
Jun 30, 2023

step in the right direction, should get rid of the race protections too. certain races shouldn't be protected and I should protect myself from them entering my small business. I would proudly display the message on my window like I did back in the day if the woke mob wouldn't threaten me and my children...

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Great to see a teaspoon of common sense after three crazy years, 15 bad years, and 50 deteriorating years, afree the original blasphemies of 1913... our “they “trying to get us to keep believing in their trap house system? Sure. Is this still welcome progress? Yes.

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