Hobby Lobby President Steve Green talked to Steve Doocy today in his first nationally televised interview since the company's landmark Supreme Court victory. He also discussed his plan to open a Bible museum.
Thursday night on The Kelly File, Megyn took on House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s comments that the Supreme Court’s ruling on Hobby Lobby is “frightening” because it was decided by five men.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said today, “That court decision was a frightening one – that five men should get down to specifics of whether a woman should use a diaphragm. […] It’s not her boss’s business.”
A military wife and mom of three is speaking out after finding herself on the receiving end of some ugly attacks on social media for her conservative beliefs. Holly Fisher drew scorn from left-wing opponents on Twitter when she posted a photo of herself wearing a pro-life shirt in front of a Hobby Lobby store and another on July 4th in which she was holding a gun and Bible in front of the American flag.
The fallout continues on the monumental Supreme Court decision in favor of Hobby Lobby against ObamaCare. Monday’s 5-4 ruling allowed for some family-owned businesses to opt out of the health care requirement to pay for contraceptives for women.
Laura Ingraham said this morning on Fox and Friends that the left is playing a "cynical game" after yesterday's Supreme Court ruling, once again revving up the "war on women" rhetoric. In a 5-4 ruling, the justices said closely held corporations, like Hobby Lobby, don't have to cover contraception for female employees.
Judge Andrew Napolitano and Hobby Lobby attorney Josh Hawley were on “The Kelly File” tonight to discuss today’s Supreme Court ruling.
In tonight’s Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly discussed today’s Supreme Court rulings.
Charles Krauthammer this evening discussed the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling.
Bob Beckel went off on today's Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case against the ObamaCare mandate on contraception coverage. The company argued it should not have to provide that coverage to employees on religious grounds.
Adele Keim, a lawyer who worked on the case on behalf of Hobby Lobby, joined Martha MacCallum from outside the Supreme Court. She emphatically stated that the ruling rejects the Obama administration's "groundless position that Americans lose their religious freedom when they go out and open a family business."
The Supreme Court says corporations can hold religious objections that allow them to opt out of the new health law requirement that they cover contraceptives for women. Judge Napolitano and Jay Sekulow reacted this morning.