Federal judge rules marriage needs no ‘redefinition’ according to US Constitution

Richard Berkow BizPac Review 9/4/2014

A federal judge has bucked the current trend and ruled that states have the right to define “marriage” for themselves.

Judge Martin L. C. Feldman upheld the Obama-shunted principle of federalism when he ruled Wednesday that the Louisiana definition of marriage as the union of a man and a woman […]

More jobs Americans won’t do. Unfortunately.

John Hinderaker Power Line 3/19/2011

This, from President Obama’s speech in Rio today, is the latest sign of America’s decline:

In particular, with the new oil finds off Brazil, President Rousseff has said that Brazil wants to be a major supplier of new stable sources of energy, and I’ve told her that the United States […]

Federal Court Orders Obama Administration to Act on Stalled Deepwater Drilling Permits

Carol Greenberg Conservative Outlooks 2/17/2011

From Doc Hastings, Chair, House Natural Resources Committee: Calls permitting delays “unreasonable, unacceptable and unjustified” WASHINGTON, D.C., February 17, 2011 – Today, the Obama Administration’s de facto drilling moratorium in the Gulf of Mexico was once again struck down in Federal Court. U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman granted a preliminary […]

3 interesting developments in the US energy sector today

ladyimpactohio RedState 2/3/2011

Shall I give you the good news first?

US District Court Judge Martin Feldman of New Orleans has found the Department of Interior in civil contempt for continuing the Gulf drilling moratorium against his orders.

Yes, folks. You heard that correctly. Back in June Judge Feldman had refused, at the Interior Department’s […]

Obama doubles down: Salazar to issue new order on drilling moratorium

Allahpundit HotAir.com 6/22/2010

Commenters were yelling in the earlier thread about The One daring to shut down a private company’s operations for safety reasons, but if you read the court’s opinion, you’ll see that that point’s not at issue. It’s not a question of the feds having the power, it’s a question of them needing […]