I see no difference between this situation and Sweet Cakes by Melissa’s being sued for refusing to bake a cake for a gay wedding and ordered to pay $135,000.
The employee must, at a minimum, be terminated.
You are absolutely correct Regulator. If it is in the national interest to change the law, then change it in accordance with the constitution. Until then, it is the responsibility of the administration to enforce the law that was passed and signed by the Executive. If the Supreme Court deems otherwise, there will be no need for the American people to comply with ANY law. Goodbye IRS!
The “Anti-Deficiency Act” is a road sign pointing to the front gate at Leavenworth if one obligates funding not authorized by Congress. Of course, this administration does not pay much heed to mere laws.
“Any person who is eligible to vote in the state of Iowa and will be at least 18 years old on Election Day, November 8, 2016, may participate in the Iowa Caucuses. These Individuals must reside in the precinct in which they wish to participate, and they must be registered as a Democrat...all caucus locations are open to the public and press.”
Good point. However, other cities that may have values similar to the elites in NYC do not have the means, nor intent, to export those values across the county. NYC being the media, financial, and “cultural” hub gives them every opportunity to do just that.
I suspect that if one checked to see how many of the half million signatories to the petition presented to Parliament included the name Mohammad, Abdul, Ahmed, or some variations thereof, the result would reflect the UKâs penchant for easy Muslim immigration.
“...we have a very large portion of one race of people who now believe that they can do anything they want...) No argument. They have been trained to believe that idea, and that training has been reinforced at every opportunity. From passing an elementary student who does not deserve to be passed, to excusing the conduct of some professional athletes, society has taught those individuals that there is little possibility of consequences for aberrant behavior.
And all this merely furthers the historical training of thugs and wannabe thugs that the likelihood of arrest factored by the probably of indictment if arrested factored by a finding of guilty if indicted factored by actual consequences if found guilty is so extremely small that enforcement has lost any deterrent effect. It starts at the top. Failure to enforce federal law makes a mockery of all laws. Immigration law, front and center.