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Morning Round-Up 5-27
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He answered, “Have you not read that the one who made them at the beginning ‘made them male and female,’ and said, “For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh?’? So they are no longer two, but one flesh.’

Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate. Matthew 19:4-6

Morning Headlines

Domestic

Associated Press

  1. Vows Wait, But Gay Couples Cheer High Court Moves
  2. Obama: Marriage Benefits Should Cross State Lines
  3. Obama: No Wheeling or Dealing To Extradite Snowden

Politico

  1. John Roberts, the high court’s chief peacemaker
  2. President Obama unlikely to push gay marriage
  3. President Obama: Supreme Court made ‘mistake’ on voting rights

Reuters

  1. In rebuff to Bloomberg, New York City Council curbs police power
  2. Mitsubishi recalls over 3,000 SUVs in U.S. market for roof problem
  3. Gay marriage gets big boost in two Supreme Court rulings

Wall Street Journal

  1. Both Sides Gear Up For Further Battles at State Level (6/26)
  2. Senate Finance Leaders to Set Stage for Tax Debate (6/26)
  3. Big Coal to Fight Obama Plan (6/26)

Washington Post

  1. At court, victories for gay marriage (6/26)
  2. A majority of the country supports gay marriage. Will any 2016 presidential candidate? Probably not.
  3. Hearing will examine IRS’s internal review of screening practices

Washington Times

  1. Benghazi attack suspect walks: Libyans release key player in consulate ambush
  2. Edward Snowden in 2009: Those who publish secrets ‘should be shot’
  3. Obama’s call for tolerance of gays gets cold shoulder in Africa 

International

Associated Press

  1. South Africa: Mandela In Very Critical Condition
  2. US Boss Held in China Leaves Plan After Payout
  3. Iran’s Top Leader: Nuclear Solution ‘Easy’

Reuters

  1. Daughter says Mandela ‘still there,’ raps media ‘vultures’
  2. No sign of cyber leaker Snowden on flight to Cuba
  3. Obama says shouldn’t have to talk to Xi, Putin about Snowden case

Wall Street Journal

  1. U.S. Begins Shipping Arms for Syrian Rebels (6/26)
  2. Brazil Tries to Calm Protests with Laws (6/26)
  3. Erdogan Tightens Grip on Turkey, Putting Nation at Crossroads

Washington Post

  1. Obama in Africa addresses Snowden, gay marriage, and voting rights
  2. Snowden still unseen in Moscow
  3. For Indian engineers, H1B visa is key to career growth

Top Conservative Stories of the Day:

The American Conservative

  1. The Bookless Library
  2. In Search of Enemies (and Creating Them for No Reason)

Breitbart

  1. As Vote Looms Immigration Agents Ask Public, Lawmakers to Oppose Bill (6/26)
  2. Gutierrez: Boehner a “Friend and Ally” in Immigration Reform Fight (6/26)

The Daily Caller  

  1. Veteran congresswoman hammers IRS contractor’s questionable veterans disability claim
  2. Clintons praise Supreme Court reversal of Bill Clinton’s gay marriage ban (6/26)

CNSNews.com

  1. Kennedy’s Former Clerk Calls Him ‘First Gay Justice’ (6/26)
  2. Sen. Murray: ‘I Do Not Know Exactly’ How Many DUIs Illegal Aliens Can Have and Still Gain Legal Status

Hot Air

  1. Obama: I’m not “scrambling jets to get a 29-year-old hacker 

National Review

  1. The Glue Holding America Together
  2. Vetoing Democracy

Washington Free Beacon

  1. Afghan Reconstruction Watchdog Criticizes USAID
  2. Benghazi Attack Suspect Walks
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