Morning Constitutional – Monday, 24 March 2014

Good morning, folks. Kelso and Jackie are having a baby. Now, your morning constitutional:

As President Obama meets with international allies, the Ukraine interim government on Monday ordered the withdrawal of all troops from Crimea

An Egyptian court has sentenced 528 (or 529?) former supports of ousted President Mohammed Morsi to death .

President Obama has ordered an increase in special forces operating in Uganda and sent aircraft there for the first time in an ongoing operation to find infamous warlord Joseph Kony.

Turkey shot down a Syrian helicopter after it entered Turkish air space and ignored repeated warnings to leave.

The Supreme Court tomorrow will hear arguments in a case in which religious employers are trying to stop the ACA mandate that health insurance policies cover contraception. Here’s a good background to the case.

Nebraska U.S. Senate candidate Shane Osborn (R) distributed a fake Navy memo supporting him.

Coal’s deep, wide wake in West Virginia.

Alaskan Republican state senator Pete Kelly wants free pregnancy tests in bars so women will “act responsibly.” However, no contraceptives because birth control is only for women “who don’t want to act responsibly.”

This American Bro: A Portrait of the Worst Guy Ever.

Finally, woman  seeks $20 million for injuries incurred typing up phony profiles for adultery website.


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