Supreme Court Blocks YouTube From California’s Prop 8 Trial

source: the liberal oc.com

A small victory today for the Pro Prop 8 side.

The Supreme Court has blocked youtube streaming of the trial,

at least for now.

The U. S. Supreme Court has put a halt, at least temporarily, on plans to let Google’s (GOOG) video site stream coverage of the “Proposition 8″ trial, which kicked off today in a San Francisco courtroom.

U.S. District Judge Vaughn Walker was going to allow the trial to be covered, on a tape-delayed basis, on the world’s biggest video site.

The Supreme Court has granted a temporary order overturning Walker’s ruling to allow tape-delayed youtube videos to be uploaded to the site by Court staff.

The court didn’t explain its reasoning, according to the Los Angeles Times, but perhaps we’ll hear more down the road–the ruling is only supposed to remain in effect until Wednesday.

Prop. 8 trial Day 1: Live coverage from the courtroom

If you want up-to-date trial info, the San Jose Mercury News is covering the trial from the Court room, and you can read their updates here.

Sources: TorrentBomb News All Things Digital

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Dr. Laura Sounds off on Executive Orders and Roe vs Wade// personal responsibility and moral choices are where abortion needs to go

My readers know how much I admire Dr. Laura, and agree with pretty much everything she says, so I thought I would post on a recent blog entry of hers, where she talks about the recent abortion upset in the media and Obama’s plans.

Dr. Laura has coined Roe v. Wade as the “you can kill the babies in your body” law, and as a huge advocate of personal responsibility and moral choices, she thinks that this is where abortion should go.  She writes,

approaching this issue of abortion through the legislature and the courts is a lost battle. Totally lost battle, in my opinion.

I am here every day begging, pressuring, cajoling, negotiating, nagging people to do the right thing, especially when it comes to their kids.  Not divorcing, unless it’s dangerous or destructive in some horrendous way, because kids need an intact family.  Not to have kids out of wedlock intentionally, because that ruins their lives, statistically speaking, emotionally and psychologically.  And not to have abortions.  You live with that for the rest of your life, and there’s a dead human being who could’ve been somebody really special.

I love this part: “It’s NOT against the law, NOT to have an abortion.”

The law could say that it’s perfectly legal to rip a baby out of your body anytime you damn well want.  But the law can be there, and we can choose not to do it.  It’s not against the law to not have an abortion.  It’s not against the law to put a child in a situation for adoption.  And, is the only time we’re going to do something, is when there’s a law?  Can’t we do the right thing without a badge in our face?

If you’re in a quandry about your position on abortion, think about what Dr. Laura has to say… Its always easier to make the morally right choice. Ask any girl who’s had an abortion. Most of them regret it and are still haunted from that fateful decision.

Calling all parents, pregnant teenagers and Roe .v Wade supports…

So, in your families, you can teach your children that affordable housing means housing you can afford, not housing the tax payers can afford for you, but what you can afford for you. I’ve lived in some sad situations, but that’s because that’s what I could afford.  So, for me, that was affordable housing.  To say somebody else has to afford your housing is not the mentality this country was built on.  And it’s certainly not a mentality that makes you feel good about yourself.  That it’s perfectly legal to get pregnant, abort, pregnant, abort, pregnant, abort, pregnant, abort, doesn’t mean it’s something you ought to do or it’s a good thing to do.  It can’t make you feel better as a person or a woman, when giving somebody you created the opportunity for life is a better choice.

Attention Pro-Life Advocates. . . let’s take a different approach

So I give up with the Planned Parenthood nonsense.  That, to me, is just part of the evil empire…that place. And I give up with Roe vs. Wade.  I give up with that.  You’re not going to get anywhere with that, folks.  Give that up and turn to each other.  Stop looking for the government to take care of this.  Look to yourself.  Influence each other.  Do the right thing; be open about it.  Anybody who’s ever gotten pregnant in the wrong situation and put a baby up for adoption, say it out loud!  Make it be a wonderful thing!  Not a thing of shame, but a wonderful thing – that you were willing to sacrifice nine months of your life, plus the nine months it takes to get your body and mind back together again, in order that another human being, brought into this world by no fault of their own, no doing of their own, has a life.  You should be proud of yourself. That’s why when women call me and tell me they put children up for adoption they couldn’t take care of, I tell them they’re my heroes. So, stop looking to the government for the handout, the bailout, the law.  You know what the right thing is to do.  You know.  You know the right thing to do.  Unfortunately, since the beginning of time (read the Bible) the influences around you try to dissuade you from doing the right thing.  Listen to the small, still voice:  Your conscience that tells you the truth.  Follow that voice.  If not, follow mine.  Okay?



Should a Doctor Be Forced to Perfom an Abortion Against His Will?// the aclu and planned parenthood certainly think so…

Will our doctors be sued for being Pro-Life?
Will our doctors be sued for being Pro-Life?

They aren’t just taking over marriage folks. . .

The Department of Health and Human Services put the regulations in place last month to reinforce federal laws that protect doctors from being forced to participate in abortion and other anti-life practices, thus protecting their freedom of conscience. Planned Parenthood and as usual, the ACLU are suing over these laws.

Dr. David Stevens, executive director of the Christian Medical Association [said], “If we lose this one, soon there will be no Christian health care personnel debating the other ethical issues like cloning or physician-assisted suicide.”

Source: citizenlink.com

NBC Refused to Run Pro-Life Commercial During Superbowl//

Which means that sadly, millions of people will be watching beer commercials, rather then worrying about protecting innocent human life…. My regular readers know that I’m not an Obama fan, but this ad really does make a point. It’s too bad that probably only youtube watchers and blog readers will see it.