Liberals to SCOTUS: You Either Agree With Us, Or You Want People To Die

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AP

Liberals are freaking out about the Halbig v. Burwell case. At issue is whether Obamacare, as written, allows for the provision of subsidies to participants in healthcare exchanges not established by the states. The Obama administration and its liberal allies argue that it does, or should, because that’s what the people who wrote the law really mean, even if the actual statute suggests otherwise. But federal courts are split, meaning the case may ultimately end up before the Supreme Court.

In recent days, the liberal argument has been dealt an embarrassing blow, after videos surfaced of Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber explicating arguing that non-state run healthcare exchanges not eligible for subsidies. Gruber now claims he committed a “speak-o—you know, like a type-o.”

If the case does end up being decided by the Supreme Court, we already know how liberals will behave. Like this:

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Marshawn Lynch Won’t Get His Money Because That’s Life

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AP

Remember when LeBron James gave everyone the warm fuzzies by penning that personal essay about him returning to play his hometown team two weeks ago? Well real life is back so get ready to tuck that ball in and get smacked in the mouth.

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The People vs. Harry Reid

Voters reject Democratic obstructionism on immigration
Old millionaire is out of touch. (AP)

Old millionaire is out of touch. (AP)

Congress is working on a legislative solution to the immigrant children crisis on the southern border, which the Obama administration now admits they had anticipated back in January yet still did nothing to stop it.

As the Huffington Post reports,  a 2008 anti-trafficking law, which many say has exacerbated the crisis, is at the center of the debate:

The law requires unaccompanied minors from countries other than Canada and Mexico to go through a hearing process to determine if they are eligible to remain in the U.S. through asylum or other relief. But the 57,000 unaccompanied minors who have illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border since October have overwhelmed the system, making the 2008 law seem unsustainable to many.

Republicans say the 2008 law must be changed as a condition of approving any funding for the crisis. Most Democrats say it should be left as is.

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.), for example, who opposes a bipartisan bill that would reform the law, and make it easier for the U.S. to return non-Mexican immigrants to their countries of origin. He has dismissed the legislation, sponsored by Senator John Cornyn (R., Texas) and Representative Henry Cuellar (D., Texas), as another “crazy idea” from House Republicans. Reid has yet to produce legislation of his own to solve the problem.

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‘Did Kate Upton Wear It Better?’: Kendall Jenner Edition

You know the answer/Inquisitr

You know the answer/Inquisitr

From what I can ascertain from my ten second search on their website before getting distracted by the photos, Love Magazine is apparently a fairly new fashion periodical in the U.K. that deals in avant-garde fashion. Hookay.

They did snag some clicks from my browser by slapping Kendall Jenner onto their latest cover.

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Ellison’s Election Tip Sheet

Ellison Barber election tip sheet

MONTANA:

Last year, Democrats worried they would lose this Senate seat after then-Sen. Max Baucus announced his intention to retire and their preferred recruit declined to run. Then the White House appointed Baucus as the ambassador to China, giving Democrats the chance to appoint someone to fill the seat. The governor picked Lt. Governor John Walsh, who was planning to run for the seat anyway. Walsh would be able to serve a period of time as a senator and then run as the incumbent—it would naturally be a boon to his campaign.

To date, Walsh actually hasn’t made the seat less of a toss-up. A recent poll found his Republican challenger, Rep. Steve Daines, leading by 7 points—in previous polls Walsh trailed by double digits. If there’s one thing that is unlikely to improve those numbers, it’s being accused of blatant and extensive plagiarism.

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Ellison’s Must Read of the Day

Ellison must read

My must read of the day is “What ‘Women Against Feminism’ Gets Right,” in Time.

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Obama’s motorcade prevented a pregnant woman from crossing the street to a hospital Wednesday night.

LOL –> Why would anyone want to pay $5,000 to learn from former Obama campaign staffers?

Ben Carson sold more books than Hillary Clinton last week.

TMZ caught up with Gary Busey and it’s amazing.

Marshawn ‘Beastmode’ Lynch is planning to holdout of training camp until he gets a new contract.

Check out this giraffe escaping a carnival in Mexico:

Score Your Kate Upton Swag On The Internet

Etsy

Etsy

Kate Upton puts money in everyone’s pockets. She’s makes money for herself, she sells magazines, clothes, and she helps pay my rent. Many thanks to Sports Illustrated yesterday for flagging how she’s making money for lone Internet entrepreneurs.

People are slapping Kate’s visage on t-shirts and selling them on Ebay and Etsy. The market gives what the market demands. How perfectly American.

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Hillary Clinton Less Popular than Darth Vader

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Polling analysts at the Washington Post have determined that elderly millionaire Hillary Clinton is viewed less favorably than Darth Vader, and would likely lose a hypothetical 2016 matchup against the prominent Sith Lord.

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Anti-Israel Protesters Are Hilarious, Except for Their Deadly Beliefs

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Here’s a pro-tip for all you budding citizen journalists with a microphone and a handicam: Whenever a man on the street package includes a man holding a microphone up to a guy dressed up in a “Holy Bible” costume and he says “Hey Bible guy, can we talk to you for a second?” you know you’ve got gold.

And that’s what Dan Joseph of MRCTV has with his latest video encounters with anti-Israeli protesters in Washington, D.C.

Andrew Breitbart was the brilliant man who discovered that walking into a line of left-wing protesters with a camera and asking them simple questions about the cause they are chanting about will reveal more about the left than any white paper from a Beltway think-tank. And Joseph’s foray into the Pro-Palestinian march Wednesday does just that.

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Worldwide Leader in Sports Brings in Beltway’s Britt McHenry

Britt McHenry Instagram

Britt McHenry Instagram

The Washington D.C. television market recently has been a sort of farm system for ESPN to recruit from for their national coverage. It really was only a matter of time for the Worldwide Leader to reap local legend Britt McHenry, a move made official back in March.

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Ellison’s Must Read of the Day

Ellison must read

My must read of the day is “Obama locks out the press—again,” in Politico.

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Fox News Poll: 58 percent call Obama administration ‘incompetent.’

The FAA lifted its ban on flights to Israel late Wednesday night.

Democratic Sen. John Walsh’s plagiarism habit includes his recent bill.

A State Department travel documents database crashed, possibly delaying passports and visas for millions of people.

The Sudanese woman, Mariam Yahya Ibrahim, who spent time on death row for her faith, has arrived in Rome after a month of waiting in Khartoum.

Video of the chase and capture of armed carjackers in Colorado:

Madden 2015 Puts Russell Wilson Over Tom Brady

Russell Wilson's best year ever continues/Russell Wilson Instagram

Russell Wilson's best year ever continues/Russell Wilson Instagram

Madden NFL football games are often more important to real live NFL players than the dweebs who buy the game. Imagine having a video game arbitrarily rate your skills that you’ve spent hundreds of hours to master.
For example:

ROBERT CHARETTE
WASHINGTON FREE BEACON
56 WRITING
42 PUNS
91 KATE UPTON GIF ENGINEERING

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BREAKING: Sight-Impaired Millionaire Still Not Cleared to Drive

Hillary Clinton flees baby-talking event in five-car motorcade
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(AP)

New video evidence suggests that elderly homeowner Hillary Clinton has still not been clear to operate a motor vehicle following her scary fall in December 2012. The following clip was taken as the former child rapist defender was leaving a Clinton Foundation event in Oakland, California:

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