27 Burst results for "Jack Phillips"
Colorado baker sued again over alleged LGBTQ bias
"The Colorado Baker is sued for refusing to make a gender transition K. a Colorado Baker who won a partial victory at the U. S. Supreme Court in twenty eighteen for refusing to make a wedding cake for a same sex couple is now on trial in a lawsuit brought by a transgender lawyer the trial is over Jack Phillips refusal to make a pink and blue birthday cake celebrating attorney autumn Scardino is gender transition Phillips lawyer says the case isn't about discrimination but about the bakers objection to the cakes message his arguments echo those made in the Supreme Court case Scardino filed the lawsuit after the state agreed in a settlement to stop pursuing her complaint I'm Walter Ratliff
Live not by Lies and the Danger of Soft Totalitarianism
"Four describes. How after throwing. Peter jon jail for teaching and proclaiming. Jesus the resurrection of the dead. The san hadrian demanded they not speak or teach at all in the name. Of jesus peter bluntly replied we cannot help but speak about what we have seen in hurt throughout history. Of course. Christians have faced demands to be silent throughout history. They've refused the word martyr. In fact is derived from the greek word that means witness and live not by lies a manual for christian dissident blogger and author. Rod dreher thinks that christians in the west are now entering a season. Not only have to decide whether or not we'll be silent. We have to decide whether or not we will allow ourselves to be forced to go along. With what is not true with lies like those who endured the hardest days of communist eastern europe western christians face a totalitarian future though he admits the totalitarianism talibanism of today is different. In a number of ways dreyer thinks it is still the correct word to describe the all encompassing ideologies of our day that seek to control not just our actions but our thoughts. Of course we don't face sort of state sponsored violence persecution or physical coercion. That many many others have throughout history. One doesn't end up in a gulag for criticizing the new sexual orthodoxy or for refusing to use the demanded pronouns but some have lost jobs. Some have lost future. Some have lost their degree programs. Others like cake artist jack phillips or floors bear. No stutzman have all but lost their livelihood in our current context. What dreyer calls soft atallah. -tarian ism is mostly administered. Not by the state but by corporations and other institutions that are run by managerial elites are social media profiles our smartphones and our smart speakers provide these managerial elites in corporations with an unprecedented ability to monitor what we say in what we do. China which is also an expert of course in hard to tolerate. -tarian ism is an example of how soft -tarian could proceed especially their social credit system which determines who's allowed to buy to sell to travel based on their social behavior here even as more instruments of technological surveillance or put into place an additional layer of enforcement comes from corporate america and our recent conversation for the breakpoint podcast rod dreher pointed to the corporate reaction to indiana's religious freedom restoration. Act that dates back to two thousand and fifteen. He sees it as a key moment of cultural transition. I do too though. Indiana's legislation was essentially identical to its federal counterpart corporations responded by threatening economic sanctions. Some corporations closed down offices in the state. The ncaa which is based in indianapolis threatened to move the final four basketball tournament and then when the christian owners memories pizza expressed support for the measure they were bombarded with negative online reviews and even had to close down temporarily because of all the threats of violence during the controversy a man whose mother had grown up under the hard to teheran ism of communism wrote to roger and told him that his mom saw parallels to what had happened in eastern europe since then many others from across europe told their own observations. Many of these moving stories are included in the book. In fact the interviews with christians who remain faithful under communist tyranny. That rod includes in. This book are worth reading. Even if you aren't convinced by his comparisons between their day hours above all these dissidents such as father thomas loft colaco vic a jesuit priest. Who was responsible for an underground church network and czechoslovakia. Have a great deal to teach us about what it means to live. Not by lies. We have much to learn from the bender family from prague about how to categorize our own children when everything it seems as pointing them away from the truth and we have much to learn from people like russian christian dissident alexander. Oh garage knockoff. And of course sultanate's in an hovel and so many others will go down in the annals of church history many as
"jack phillips" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"If you believe that there is nobody who is willing to make a wedding cake for a gay wedding in Colorado, your mind there. Plenty of acres were willing to do that. This lesbian couple just decided they wanted to target Jack Phillips. Because they don't like Jack Phillips, I think is gay Couple. Actually, they wanted to target Jack Phillips cause they didn't like Jack Phillips, and they wanted to humiliate Jack Phillips so that that was really more malicious on their part. Then it was on his. He actually gave them references to other cake shop, he said. Listen, I can't do this. There's another cake shops that will do it for you. They were so offended that they took that to the Colorado Civil Rights Commission, and now he's being hit every other day. By idiots on the left who want him to bake a cake for transgender celebration. One make a satanic take and then they want to see him on that basis, And it seems to me that's a lot more intolerance and more of the threats Liberty than Jack Phillips saying, I don't feel like doing the thing I don't want to do. Okay. Thank you. Jack Watson will really appreciate you calling again. I hope they get a wonderful bar mitzvah. Elgin in probably on the bench for Elgin. Hi. My question is Do I want to question support? Zionism? I do. Why are you favour? So when the logic of women logically speaking, If the beer sports Zionism deduce the original owners of the last ones should be ableto on, they should have it. The window. Logic also fallen. Native Americans have a right to know the land that was stolen from them. Not logically speaking. Tell this to the case for Zionism is not merely that the Jews had ownership of land is the NATO unbroken. They had unbroken presence in the land. It was only input..
Facebook’s Sandberg Vows Action Following Reports of Russian Interference
"The Senate report concludes that Russian agents use social media services to suppress African American turnout and boost Donald Trump's presidential bid. The Senate report found that out of e Facebook pages created by Russia's internet research agency, thirty of them were directly targeted to African Americans and York, Christina parts neva's Fox News attorneys for Colorado Baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple on religious grounds and was partially upheld by the supreme court arguing in federal court Tuesday. The state is punishing him again over his refusal to bake a cake, celebrating gender transition. Lawyers for Jack Phillips suing to try and stop the state from taking actions against him over the new discrimination allegation comedic actress at a groundbreaking director has died. She was an actress comedian and one of the first successful female directors in. Hollywood penny Marshall has died a spokeswoman for Marshall's family said the actress and director died peacefully Monday night in her Hollywood hills home due to complications from diabetes her family. In a statement confirming it saying, our family is heartbroken.
"jack phillips" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Houston never make mistakes like this in public Maxine Waters. Go harass people at the gas station. If you see him getting gas and they support Trump. Kamala Harris. Abolish ice Kirsten Gillard gillibrand policies, Nancy, Pelosi MS thirteen. Our animals. MS thirteen. The North Koreans are the real winners in this. These are tactically stupid politically, strategic, faux pas of the highest order, and they're happening every day. Because the level playing field, they don't the offensive tackle, can't get out of the crouch, two running backs getting hit. He doesn't. They don't know what to do. They haven't condition their muscles to play on a level playing field because they've always won because of the triad of the media, academia congressional committees and politicians using those to go after them. They've always lost. Republicans have always backed down. We'll call you a racist. Okay, we'd better stop. You see how the shows tying together density politics was a weapon in the past that Republican politicians feared more than anything Trump doesn't care. He knows he's not a racist and he's not going to apologize for something you made up. He's flipping you the double barrel. You get it. Now this is leading to tactical inefficiencies and a huge one happened yesterday. The Baker in Colorado. Jack Phillips? Yeah. Yeah, You see. you guys this, why we need the video. I gotta we see jobs like sitting everybody was he going to go with this Baker in Colorado, Jack Phillips who just smoked Colorado's what civil rights commission was not about civil rights by the way, it's about it's an anti civil rights commission, ironically, air about going after people who have religious and spiritual beliefs, right? He just wanted case in the supreme court about having to bake a cake for a gay wedding. It was the seven, two ruling you. One pretty handling now wasn't as comprehensive, a ruling as many people would have liked, but it wasn't ruling nonetheless in his favor. What did I tell you about the left a little while ago they are losing their minds. They have gone from just winning on an issue which they did. They won in the supreme court on gay marriage. They lost this case, but this case doesn't impact gay marriage show at all. No one's saying it doesn't you you if you're gay, you can still get married this case had zero impact on it. All it said is religious police have to be treated like every other belief by this Colorado civil rights commission, and you can't attack this guy Jack Phillips. He wins the case. It doesn't take two minutes for the same legal crew to go back into Jack Phillips bakery and what are they want now they wanna cake that I think it was blue on the inside and pink on the outside of something. It was a transition cake from someone transitioning from a man to a woman or a woman to a man. Forgive me. I if I get the order wrong, but it was a transition cake. Philip says, again, I am not going to customize cake. You're free to buy whatever you want. Joe in my store,.
"jack phillips" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"So let's talk about this guy who just can't stop not making cakes for people, I guess. Yeah. This is we're gonna have Andrew Seidel back on this. This news just broke. Shockingly after winning at the supreme court level, Jack Phillips owner of the masterpiece cake. Shop in Colorado is back in the news again for something that happened contemporaneous Lee with the supreme court, taking his case. And what what happened is he refused to bake a cake that commemorated a trans woman's seven year anniversary of her transition. I'm going to describe exactly what this because it is shocking, but but I but I do wanna point out. I think this is kind of been lost a little bit in the press reports. This was already teed up time that masterpiece was under consideration, right? So in other words, it was not. It was not that he was necessarily emboldened by masterpiece, although he certainly is now it's that you know he's a bigot and was a big bef-. Four during an after masterpiece. He's got a lot of big inning in before we heard about him, I guess, is what you're saying? Yes, so so here's what happened. Okay. And this is I'm going to read this paragraph six of Phillips's complaint, right? So remember these are his words. This is his complaint. He could describe this anyway. He wants. Here's how he's chosen to describe it on the same day that the supreme court announced would hear Phillips case, right? So when cert was granted a Colorado lawyer called his shop and requested cake designed with a blue ex-teacher and pink interior which the caller said would visually depict and celebrate gender transition. Right. And then there's a throughout the next year Phillips received other requests for cake, celebrating Satan featuring satanic symbols depicting sexually explicit materials and promoting marijuana use. I just wanna say parenthetically, right? All of those things in my view, perfectly fine for you to say. I'm not gonna make right, right. I am not gonna make a cake that has sexually explicit materials on time. Let's that's part of the business, right? If it is then you gotta make it for everybody. I'm not going to kick the promotes marijuana unless you know, typically sell pro, we'd cakes sure there plenty of those cake shops in California. Call. Making a two toned cake. Yeah. Do you really? I mean, that's that's the fundamental violation that he's claiming. So so what happened? So he refused to make cakes for her and the woman. Her name is autumn Scardino and she filed a complaint with the Colorado civil rights commission and said, hey, you know, we've got equal accommodation. This guy sells to tone cakes all the time, and he won't sell me two-tone cake and the Colorado civil rights commission said, yeah, this looks like a prima facie case of discrimination and referred the parties to mediation. Right? So again, just as a little Jordan, be Peterson right? Like this, not a, you know, there's not a billion dollar fine here. They're not Gestapo agents and it was the Colorado civil rights commission said yet. This looks like you just don't want to serve a trans woman, and we passed a law saying, you gotta serve trans women. So you know go to mediation work this out. Jack Phillips did not go to mediation to work it out instead what he did was filed a lawsuit, and here's the characterizing allegation in his complaint. Right? We're gonna skip down. We're gonna talk about the causes of action specifically, but but again, I I wanna point out the way in which he characterizes his own claim. This paragraph two from the complaint. All people, no matter who they are, what they believe or what protected characteristics they have are welcome in Philip shop and may purchase anything available for sale. But as a development of faith Phillips cannot create custom cakes that express messages. Again, I wanna say, I think I mostly agree with that, right? Here's here's the crucial language and and where it why out on the other side on this or celebrate events in conflict with his religious beliefs and it's exactly right, it's that second partner because they're over yourself. God, it's so frustrating you're not celebrating the, they wanna cake from you, it's I just can't take this anymore. And the reason I'm so frustrated is that you know, this bullshit will win because we elected Trump and the court has ruined. So whatever it's a, it's a free for all. Terms of discrimination, and it's just so frustrating..
Colorado baker in case of Supreme Court sues state over 'persecution'
"Well-known Lakewood Baker Or is suing several Colorado officials after yet another complaint by. The civil rights commission masterpiece cake shop owner Jack Phillips is being accused of discrimination for not making a cake celebrating that transition of a transgender woman the Baker. Says the state is doubling, down on his religious persecution Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse agrees you. Don't get, to choose which parts of. The first amendment you like using the state to put someone. Out of business because they don't share your beliefs. Is not what we do in America. US, supreme. Court recently ruled in his favor after Phillips refused to decorate a cake. For a same sex
"jack phillips" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast
"They believe it or not. Jack Phillips is once again, being hauled before the Colorado civil rights commission. Please stay tuned to breakpoint from the Colson center for Christian worldview. Here's John Stonestreet with breakpoint. It ju- Jack Phillips won a five year battle against the Colorado civil rights commission. The supreme court by seven to two margin ruled that the commission had displayed impermissible bias towards his faith. What kind of bias while statements comparing Phillips unwillingness to bake a cake for a same sex wedding to the holocaust? Yes, there was ample evidence to court ruled that the commission was out to get Phillips. Seems like the commission which was almost funded for their shenanigans by the Colorado state legislature is out to prove the supreme court, correct. But at least we have to say they're after Jack Phillips. Again, this time, the issue is not a same sex wedding cake about a year ago, a caller to Jack store, asked Jack to bake a cake, celebrating a gender transition to be blunt. It was an obvious setup. For starters, the request came in just hours after reported that the supreme court would hear Jack's case Jack's wife who answered the phone was asked for a cake with blue on the outside and pink on the inside to represent. The callers transition from male to female. When MRs Phillips politely told the caller that her husband did make custom cakes for that kind of in event. She was asked to repeat ourself so that someone else could hear that charging party as it's called been called again, this time and employees answer the phone and politely again, explained the shops policy after be rating her about the policy that charging party hung up, not no time. Did anyone in the Phillips family asked the caller about any personal characteristics such as sex or gender identity? The only thing they knew about the caller was the request itself, but that didn't matter about a month. Later Phillips received a copy of the complaint, charging him with discrimination on the basis of gender identity. Now, given their stinging rebuke by the supreme court, you would guess that the civil rights commission might be more cautious instead of going after Jack Phillips. Again, while this complaint involves different party in a different set of allege facts, it's still the same commission, and it's still the same Jack Phillips. It requires an. Out of this world naievety to believe that this time they will treat Phillips and his beliefs with the respect they deserve, but not only was the commission undeterred by its loss at the supreme court. It actually cited the masterpiece cake shop decision which they lost in their new charge against Phillips. But you have to hear how they quoted the entire passage from the decision quoted by the commission reads like this while it's unexceptionable that Colorado law can protect gay persons and acquiring products and services on the same terms and conditions as are offered other members of the public. The law must be applied in a manner that is neutral toward religion, but the commission omitted the word while and the entire second part of the quote that the law must be applied in a manner that's neutral toward religion. In other words, the commission selectively quoted the passage in such a way as to turn the supreme court's meaning on its head. This kind of bad faith. Reading of the supreme court opinion proves that the Colorado legislature should have eliminated the civil rights commission while it had the chance. Yesterday, the alliance defending freedom filed suit against the commission on Jack's behalf claiming that the commission has systematically acted in a way that violates Phillips first amendment rights ADS doing his job, and we have to do ours to pray, certainly for victory in the courts, but even more for strength and grace for Jack his family and his ADF team. He didn't ask to be a champion of religious freedom in this poster bergeford world, but he's fulfilled that role with grace and courage. And for that, he deserves our gratitude, our prayers, and he deserves to be left alone once and for all for breakpoint. I'm John Stonestreet.
'Smallville' actress Allison Mack asks court to let her continue acting amid NXIVM sex cult allegations
"In June, the supreme court narrowly sided with Colorado. Baker, Jack Phillips of masterpiece kick shop who refused to make a custom wedding cake for gay couple on religious grounds. Well, Phillips is back in federal court this week, this time, it's because his shop refused to create a blue and pink cake for transgender woman's birthday. A woman on the phone said, the shop would not make a cake, celebrating gender changes and eventually hung up the phone. The Colorado Discrimination Act known as cata, bans places of public accommodation like shops and restaurants from discriminating against customers based on their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Colorado baker in case of Supreme Court sues state over 'persecution'
"Dot com Colorado Baker who wouldn't make a wedding cake for same sex couple and one a limited rolling at. The supreme court is suing the state over, another discrimination allegation lawyers for masterpiece caged masterpiece cake shop owner Jack Phillips alleged that. Colorado. Wasn't a quote crusade to crush him because of his religious beliefs the supreme court sided with Phillips in June saying the. Comments by a member of the Colorado civil, rights commission displayed an anti religious bias it didn't rule, on whether business owners. Can invoke religious objections to refuse service to LGBT people lasts less than a month later the commission found that the probable 'cause that Phillips discriminated against someone by refusing to make a cake celebrating a. Gender transition it cited another part of the. Supreme court ruling to back up its
"jack phillips" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Covered all businesses it was about this particular episode it happened in july two thousand twelve we in a gay couple and the baker whose name is jack phillips the gay couple charlie craig and dave mullins of denver visited masterpiece cake shop wanted to buy a custom made wedding cake jack phillips refused when told it was for a same sex couple of state civil rights commission sanctioned phillips after a formal complaint from the gay couple the battle has since developed into perhaps the most closely watched appeal so far this term before the big court company ministration backed the baker jack phillips who was represented in court by the alliance defending freedom he had lost every step in the legal appeals process which brought the case to the supreme court the question that was at issue here was dead colorado's anti discrimination law violate the baker's first amendment rights guaranteeing freedom of religion and couldn't they compel him to create a cake for same sex wedding the court seven to two this is not narrow i think the dissenters here were soto my order ginsburg.
"jack phillips" Discussed on WGTK
"Talk on nine seventy am the answer and now america's number one show on pop culture and politics this is the michael medved show and another great day in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great day where there's greater clarity about religious liberty because of a supreme court decision decided earlier today actually it was decided several days ago but it was handed down earlier today it is a decision that says that no we are not going to destroy baker jack phillips in colorado who were looking forward having back on our show because he chose to not do a specific cake for a specific gay couple in colorado now is this cake a sweeping rejection of j marriage it's nothing of the kind is it a sweeping affirmation of religious liberty no wish were but it isn't what it is is a call on the american people and our elected representatives and all of us to be real reasonable to calm down a little bit to take it easy and yes that includes issues about redefining marriage it also includes issues of race which remains a uniquely explosive issue in this country and that was very very clear in a panel that just exploded i mean just exploded on cnn over this roseanne barr issue and it exploded because two of the panelists absolutely insisted the donald j trump was to blame for the roseanne barr incident by the way if you think that's true or even vaguely true i think it's crazy frankly i think it is one of those things that immobilizes people and poisons our politics not every issue in this country is about president trump you don't think we had an issue with race and racial issues and we heard time and time again from president clinton and for president obama and yes from president bush what we heard about the need to talk more about race talk more about race we're talking about race for a long time before president trump became president and the idea that he is to blame which came up on cnn is obnoxious and started with corinne jeanpierre who is a haitian american political campaign organizer activists political commentator and.
"jack phillips" Discussed on Super Station 101
"But what are supposed to be doing is providing equal protection for people basically in the workplace and to prevent all forms of discrimination including of course religious discrimination which the trial court held in our case when it ruled in favor of my client is nestled siding with one side it's case even before he completed its investigation into the case and even before a client had an opportunity to for that her side of the case according to the deadline date set they rushed into court to get a temporary restraining order to force our client to make cakes wedding cakes for same sex couples so in that respect we have even very facts and the jack phillips tastes he he got a hearing our client every actually made it to here and she never got a chance to present her side as to why she did not as a matter of conscience feels she can make a wedding cake for same sex couple and like jack phillips show also provide any other type of bakery goods or serve it's for anyone in including gay couples she'd say gay people store she's got no problem with that it's just you have to draw the line with marriage because she's a devout christian and her sincerely held religious beliefs inform her that so so here's a here's what is happening in our society not only do you have to tolerate this idea that our founders enshrined in our constitution right to same sex marriage a universal constitutional right to same sex marriage which of course we all know from our our founding where country that i mean that's that's just the court just made that up okay so okay the court made that up so not only do we have to we have to be tolerant and so forth of of that ruling but we have to agree with it we have to agree with it in sublimate our own religious beliefs and if we do not sublimate our own religious beliefs then we will be driven out of business by these by these litigants we will be punished in the workplace if you're in the military you could be denied promotions.
"jack phillips" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Clearance center studios weird is radio kk ob this is an important ruling it reaffirms that principle that government hostility towards religion has no place in our society but it also talked about unequal application of the law where the government favors some views over others that happened in this case to three colorado bakeries were asked to create cakes opposing same sex marriage now they said they didn't want to create them because they supported same sex marriage and the colorado civil rights commission when they received complaints of discrimination about the situation said you're fully exonerated no discrimination here to see it all yet they're prosecuting jack phillips to the full extent of the law he opposes same sex marriage is being forced by the government to promote same sex marriage through his art there has to be an even playing field for free speech that is jeremy tedesco the attorney for colorado baker jack phillips and he is responding to a major supreme court ruling yesterday day and we've already seen some major rulings but this was one of the cases that a lot of people were anticipating from the us supreme court here this spring colorado baker a cake to make a wedding cake for two men who were getting married and he refused on religious grounds but the ruling doesn't settle the issue of religious freedom gay rights and public commerce once and for all it was very specific to jack phillips in his situation especially his dealings with the colorado civil rights commission and how some of those commissioners treated him during the hearing i'm bob clark along with our producer jeniffer davis here on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b so in one sense the supreme court has a ruling here that gives jack phillips victory but what about all of the other bakers out there or photographers or florists dj's bans caterers who are in the wedding business but choose not to take part in a same sex wedding when it comes to that broader issue the supreme court clearly has just kicked the can down the road at least for a little while anyway but here's the question i have for you because if this case of the colorado.
Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center touts removal of confederate monuments across the U.S. - Yellowhammer News Yellowhammer News
"Yellowhammer news i'm jay hammond governor kay ivey using a plane borrowed from a supporter is holding a series of lastminute rallies as she aims to try to clinch the republican nomination without a runoff ivy told supporters in montgomery that the polls look good and quote all that matters is who shows up at the polls unquote ivy's challenger huntsville mayor tommy battle evangelist scott dawson and state senator bill hightower did a mix of campaign stops and news media interviews clarence fountain a founding member of the grammy award winning gospel group the blind boys of alabama died sunday in a hospital in baton rouge louisiana fountain infringe started their first group has students at the alabama institute for negro deaf and blind in talladega they left school in nineteen forty four while they were in their teens clarence fountain dead at age eighty eight jeffer eugene rose senior fifty six a former executive of a houston based physical therapy chain must serve more than nineteen eighteen years in prison and repaint nearly fifteen million dollars after being convicted of healthcare fraud rose was sentenced friday by a federal judge in houston investigators say roses teamwork ready company submitted fraudulent claims from clinics in texas louisiana georgia alabama and tennessee serving federal workers the supreme court today ruled in favor of jack phillips a colorado baker refused to make a wedding cake for a same sex couple the justices did not say a business can refuse service to same sex couples the high court instead said the colorado civil rights commission did not respect the baker's christian beliefs senior counsel at alliance defending freedom kristen wagner says phillips's pleased with the decision but he's very relieved to know that he will not have to violate his conviction choose between his convictions and his family business because that's a price no one should have.
Washington state sues Facebook, Google over election ad disclosure
"Magma is returning every year it won't help predict when the volcano might erupt again but they're getting a better picture of the inner workings after today's supreme court ruling in favor of a colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple state attorney general bob ferguson says he's confident the ruling in a similar case in our state won't change the justices found that colorado civil rights commission showed hostility to jack phillips first amendment rights ferguson says because of how the two cases got to the courts the state's ruling in orleans flowers case in richland should hold procedurally things may still play out a bit longer but i'm very confident the goldman outcome will be a business can't refuse to serve someone who simply because they're gay the supreme court will decide later this month if it will take up the arlene flowers case the state attorney general is suing google and facebook over political advertising lawsuit claims that the companies are breaking state law by failing to maintain information and transparency about political ads washington state candidates and political committees have spent nearly five million dollars to advertise on the platforms in the past decade facebook says it's already working to be more transparent google hasn't responded to our request for a comment a man who worked at it wisconsin sausage factory faces federal charges for alleged sabotage jonathan lane is accused of putting a cigarette paper than a wire connector in two sausages prosecutors say surveillance video shows lane planting both items were foretelling a supervisor he's charged with tampering with the consumer product and could face up to twenty years in prison black bear in eaten ville has made a home in a woman's horse pasture and wildlife officials are having a hard time getting him out the woman says this bear has been there since last tuesday she says the young cubs spends most days high up in the trees officials put a bear trap friday but so far the animal hasn't taken the bait i think he just wants to go live and bears life he doesn't know how to get there the.
"jack phillips" Discussed on Super Station 101
"This is an issue it seems like we've been talking about for fifty years we've been talking about for almost five the government cannot insured not in america never know government in america should be able to force a baker to bake a cake we have been talking about this issue for almost five years and that baker that baker jack phillips masterpiece cake shop in colorado the supreme court today weighed in and it could have been worse the supreme court said today that jack phillips that colorado christian baker could not be forced to bake a cake for a same sex wedding but only because the government in this case the colorado civil rights commission was to mean to hostile to jack phillips that's all that's all the spring court said the supreme court said in this case in this case only the government was outta line forcing jack phillips to bake a cake for same sex wedding they were out of line because they were too mean and hostile toward his christian faith mean all day today the media reported on the fact that this was a narrow ruling and it was narrow in the scope of the ruling was the seven two ruling but narrow in the scope of the ruling the supreme court today said in this case only this colorado baker because these commissioners on the colorado civil rights commission because it was clear in their public comments that they did not like jack phillips and they did not like him in his christian beliefs and they articulated how much they did not like him and his christian beliefs anthony kennedy writing the opinion for the majority said that's it that's it we rule in favor of the baker because the colorado civil rights commission was just too damn mean to him in his christianity.
"jack phillips" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Of their sexual orientation appealed it on witted supreme court any organization we talked about last week client defending freedom defended him pro bono kenny one now what i also find fascinating is the coverage of this when the news broke headlines word supreme court rules narrowly for the colorado baker in the same sex wedding cake and many people pointed out to the fact that the screen court referred to the colorado ronald commissions apparent hostility toward the religious view of mr phillips and so a lot of people are saying well this was a very special case because the colorado commission really had an typically had hostility towards the point of view held by jack phillips with both they hadn't had hostility totally did it with a smile the result is still the same you triumphed tramp trampled over this man's religious convictions in favor of what you perceive to be quote unquote gay rights so as far as i'm concerned this decision is applicable to a lot of cases and by the way every supreme court case by definition if narrowly tailored to the facts of that particular case because of the facts are different you can still hopefully exercise your right and the court system and if you have the right kind of juice power you might be able to have your situation hurt but every particular case is based upon the facts of that particular case in the law is applied to that fact so when you find a headline saying the supreme court narrowly rule blah blah blah they always narrowly rule what they're telling you if they don't like the supreme court decision and they hope that it does not apply to some of the other cases that are going on around the country triple eight nine seven one s a g e triple eight nine seven one seven two four three bill clinton tony book tour craig melvin he's one of the few hosts over on msnbc harder i think is is doing decent job he seems to ask questions and the others do and he was chosen by bill clinton to do the interview and it was a novel that clinton had called cobra with somebody else but then the guy asked bill clinton whether or not he ever apologized to monica lewinsky monica lewinsky she will in oped that the metoo.
"jack phillips" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Speak with me about it maybe some of you were surprised by the ruling i think the mainstream media was caught a bit off guard abide this ruling today with regard to jack phillips the government in colorado had forced jack phillips to give up no less than forty percent of his business forty percent of his business was making wedding cakes but when jack phillips told people who wanted a cake for a same sex wedding ceremony that he could not do it because of his religious faith telling them that he would recommend others to bake the cake for them with the messaging they preferred that's where all hell broke loose in addition to that he found himself not only fighting the folks who were offended that he would not make the cake but the the state of colorado particularly in the person of the colorado civil rights commission who ordered him to stop making wedding cakes i believe it was gerald ford who said that a government that is big enough to give you everything you think you want is a government that is big enough to take everything you have i guess many of us would ask the question where does the government get off particularly through on elected bureaucrats like folks in the colorado civil rights commission where did they get off telling me who or whom i can not serve and that forty percent of my business will be summarily truncated simply because they think that i have discriminated against someone with regard to the issue of marriage equality eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five eight hundred nine to three.
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"jack phillips" Discussed on WGTK
"Am the answer now america's number one show on pop culture and politics this is the michael medved show and another great day in this greatest nation on god's green earth a great day where there's greater clarity about religious liberty because of a supreme court decision decided earlier today actually was decided several days ago but it was handed down earlier today it is a decision that says that no we are not going to destroy baker jack phillips in colorado who were looking forward having back on our show because he chose to not do a specific cake for a specific gay couple in colorado now is this cake a sweeping rejection of j marriage it's nothing of the kind is it a sweeping affirmation of religious liberty no wish were but it isn't what it is is a call on the american people and our elected representatives and all of us to be unreasonable to calm down a little bit to take it easy and yes that includes issues about redefining marriage it also includes issues of race which remains a uniquely explosive issue in this country and that was very very clear in a panel that just exploded i mean just exploded on cnn over this roseanne barr issue and it exploded because two of the panelists absolutely insisted the donald j trump was to blame for the roseanne barr incident by the way if you think that's true or even vaguely true i think it's crazy frankly i think it is one of those things that immobilizes people and poisons our politics not every issue in this country is about president trump you don't think we had an issue with race and racial issues and we heard time and time again from president clinton and for president obama and yes from president bush what we heard about the need to talk more about race talk more about race we're talking about race for a long time before president trump became president and the idea that he is to blame which came up on cnn is obnoxious and started with corinne jeanpierre who is a haitian american political campaign organizer activists political commentator and lecturer in international and public affairs at columbia university and she's obviously on.
"jack phillips" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"The show i'm data lash de lash on twitter official gina lash on facebook so big news particularly where it concerns the i guess you could say religious freedom or the whole bake the cake argument in fact the supreme court came in and has decided actually in favor of jack phillips who is the he does here's the masterpiece cake shop in colorado jack phillips so the supreme court announced today that they're citing with the baker jack phillips let me just give you a quick background on it because it's been a little bit so let me give you some let me give you some quick background on it jack phillips was or he is the baker in colorado masterpiece cake shop and he i'd always baked cakes for you know a ton of different people and all different kinds of individuals but the thing that he did not want to do was bake a cake for specifically a same sex ceremony and this as a result of that the colorado civil rights commission decided to come down on him and this is why we're here so he was like several years at the sweat he was represented by lions for defending freedom they also did baranov stutzman case they did berno sussman hands on originals i think they also did elaine photography that was a new mexico a lot of these court cases ooh speak aches by melissa that's another bakery that was an oregon and they worked with him for for for years this a couple years this case went on i've interviewed him before he's been on my program and this and i'm i'm i read the decision i actually just finished reading the decision the way that they they decided in favor of him because there's the the colorado civil rights commission they went after him they wanted to find him they wanted to shut his business down essentially like you had to go through all of this different training he had to and every day that he forget what the fine was but every single day that he was not that he wasn't going to do what they said basically was going to be a ridiculous fine day daily and they also said well no you you're going to have to violate your religious conscience and do as we say so this anyway this this case ended up going to the us supreme court it was.
Supreme Court Sides With Colorado Baker In Same-Sex Wedding Cake Case « CBS Denver
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"jack phillips" Discussed on WCTC
"The conversation here regarding uh this case that is going in front of the supreme court with the involving a jack phillips ran a bakery denied service denied making a wedding cake he runs masterpiece cake shop he refused to make a wedding cake for charlie kray david molins that was way back in two thousand twelve and of course now the supreme court is finally hearing this case let's where the facebook comment section here uh real quick as a matter of fact it flight facebook just completely broke on me so that's classic i was talking about or a justice kennedy earlier of course that's anthony kennedy swing vote on the supreme court a lot of power this guy has a lot of power and he was talking about during the initial oral arguments he says quote tolerance is essential in a free society tolerance is most meaningful when it's mutual he goes on to say it seems to me the state in its position has been neither tolerant nor respectful of mr phillips religious beliefs so that leads ye leads you to thank this guy might be going more in the way of uh of jack phillips but then he goes on to say however he goes on to say he expressed concern for the plight of gay couples you might be refused to service and he asked a trump administration lawyer if the federal government would feel quote unquote would feel vindicated if a widespread movement developed to deny cakes to same sex couples he goes on to say quote this is in what he asked solicitorgeneral no francisco noel francisco he says if you prevail could the baker put a sign in his window that says we do not big cakes for gay weddings and you would not think that that would be an affront to the gay community so he's you know he's in there he's a he's asking a lot of questions for instance go replied i would not minimise the dignity the dignity interest to mr cragg and mr mullins one bit but there are dignity interests on the other side here too beyond candidate the.
"jack phillips" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Basic point and she goes on about this and and let me just read part of the letter because i think it makes a very good point she says i think the bigger is not backed up by freedom of religion because gay weddings are legal and now the law of the land they can disagree with it all they want and say their religion is against it and they don't condone it but i don't think they have the legal right to not serve the customer if the wedding is indeed legal win this mean that let's say a baker who didn't believe in multiracial weddings would have the right to not bake the cake for that wedding would they have the right to not baker cake for a white bride and black uh groom because their religion is against that or what about a jew marrying a christian or another religion someone could argue that their religion doesn't believe in that how about a husidic baker refusing to service some jewish muslim wedding should that be allowed it's against their religion as an too slippery slope and people can then review service to others with this argument if it's legal in this country no matter what the individuals feelings of beliefs on it they need to serve their customer you're right and by the way jack phillips thinks here right he's not talking about not serving someone because he is guilty or not what he's talking about is compelled speech compelled self expression he takes his bakery art very seriously does very elaborate decorated caixin he had a very successful business srs called masterpiece cakes and what he is saying is that the government shouldn't force me compel me to express a message i don't want to express and i choose not to now if he took the money and said oh i decide i can't wait then you'd be you you have to if you take the money he is deciding as an artist that there are certain kinds of art that he wants to make in certain kinds of he doesn't wanna make and again it will we would hold it very very clear that if somebody was asked to put a swastika on a cake and he chose not to okay so this is not to say that a gay wedding cake is equivalent to a swastika it's not but what is the harm in allowing people to make their own decisions about how they expressed themselves.
"jack phillips" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington i'm shea stevens the us supreme court says the trump administration may fully enforce its travel ban on people from six predominantly muslim countries plus venezuela and north korea white house officials say they are not surprised by the decision to appeals courts however are still expected to rule on challenges by hawaii and the american civil liberties union the us supreme court today here's arguments in a case involving a colorado baker who refused to create a wedding cake for samesex couple as npr sneina tobin burke reports the case could have major repercussions for racial religious and sexual minorities as well as for people morally opposed to samesex marriage when dave mullins and charlie craig walked into the masterpiece cake shop in colorado the owner of the shop jack phillips told them he did not create cakes for samesex weddings the couple filed a complaint under a colorado law which bars discrimination based on race religion gender and sexual orientation they won and jack phillips appealed the supreme court has for a halfcentury upheld similar laws ruling against people who claim that they're sincerely held beliefs prevent them from serving customers on an equal basis but in this case the baker contends that his first amendment rights as a creative artists would be violated if he were forced to create a cake for a gay couples wedding reception nina tubmanburg npr news washington the us house has voted to begin negotiations with the senate on overhauling the nation's tax code npr's kelsea snell says it's another in a series of steps toward meeting the president's goal of signing a tax bill by christmas republicans in the house and senate plan to work out the differences in there to tax bills through a special negotiation known as a conference committee leaders aimed to resolve their differences and vote on a final tax bill in as little as two weeks thousand senate must pass identical versions of attacks bill before trump could sign it into law.
"jack phillips" Discussed on The BreakPoint Podcast
"There are too many miss being propagated about the supreme court case involving jack phillips and masterpiece cake shop time set the record straight stay tuned to breakpoint them from the colson center for christian worldview here's john stonestreet with breakpoint on december fit the supreme court will hear oral arguments in masterpiece cake shop versus colorado civil rights commission which could be one of the most significant cases in our nation's history involving freedom of speech and freedom of religion if you're only source of information were mainstream media outlets you've probably heard the case described along these lines hiding behind a specious claimed to religious freedom anti gay baker jack phillips refused to serve a samesex couple in his store the couple reported this hateful discrimination to the colorado civil rights commission which rightly find phillips is only one problem with this description of what happened to hogwash here's what you need to know about jack phillips in masterpiece cake shop what you need to know and tell your friends family and coworkers when the topic comes up first jack is a cake artist something that's become more famous since reality television shows like hey course it doesn't just cakes he custom designs master cakes however from the beginning jack has seen his business as an expression of his faith hence the name and that has led him to reject business throughout his career for example he's refused to make custom cakes for halloween and divorced celebrations he's turned down requests for lewd cakes for bachelor and bachelorette parties back in two thousand twelve two men ask jack to design a cake further samesex wedding now mind you back in 2012 the state of colorado didn't even recognize samesex weddings jack told them that he gladly seldom any item in the store including cakes but that he could not do to his religious convictions use his cake designed talents to participate in the celebration of their ceremony the couple left fuming vile phone calls started pouring in even death threats the colorado civil rights commission not only find jack but ordered that if he made custom wedding cakes for heterosexual couples he also had to do it for samesex couples then the commission behaving like some sort of communist dictatorship might order jack and his employees to go through a re education program and provide quarterly compliance reports.