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GOP Trying to Delay Individual Mandate

July 10, 2013

The Senate and House GOP have decided to snip at the edges of Obamacare, taking the populist political posture of trying to delay the individual mandate, undoubtedly thinking it will help get votes next year. Their logic is that since large businesses don’t have to provide health care for another year, individuals should not be [...]

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Sun Rises in the East, Ezra Klein Debunked Again

June 27, 2012

Most of you have probably heard of Ezra Klein.  A few years ago, he was exposed as the man who created Journolist, a private listserve designed for liberal journalists to coordinate their misleading narrative for their daily propaganda broadcasts and articles.  If you don’t remember the Journolist fiasco, chances are you’ve stumbled across Klein on [...]

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Obamacare Ruling This Week

June 24, 2012

The Supreme Court is going to rule on two big issues this week:  Arizona’s illegal alien law and of course the big one — Obamacare.   Like many out there I see three possible rulings: They uphold the law. They try to split the baby and uphold some of it while striking down the rest. Realizing [...]

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The Insidious Redefining of Judicial Activism

April 3, 2012

Barack Obama lashed out at the supreme court yesterday (based on what some speculate is a leak from his former Solicitor General, Elena Kagan, that the court has found some or all of the bill unconstitutional), stating that the overturning of ObamaCare would be an act of judicial activism.  Now, either Obama does not understand judicial activism, or [...]

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SCOTUS to Rule on ObamaCare

November 14, 2011

The Supreme Court has decided to hear arguments relating to the constitutionality of ObamaCare’s individual mandate.  In other words:  does the federal government have the right to compel individuals to purchase a product or face a fine.  Also, the court will likely look at “severability” in the law, or whether or not if the individual [...]

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Obama Care Turns One Today

March 23, 2011

Last year, the President signed Obama Care into law, dooming America to its economic and medical attack on our people.  Few should be surprised that one year later more than half the public wants it outright repealed.  The 2012 Election will be chock full of promises to allow “repeal” or “repeal and replace” or “opt-out” [...]

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Judge “Severs” Obama Care’s Head

February 2, 2011

It’s all tied up at two-a-piece:  two judges uphold Obama Care, two judges strike it down.  The House passed repeal a few weeks ago, while the Senate is poised to take up the debate, perhaps even today, emboldened by Judge Roger Vinson’s ruling on Monday.  If you haven’t had a chance to peruse Vinson’s ruling [...]

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Obama Care Hammered by Federal Judge

December 13, 2010

The individual mandate, the crux of Obama Care, the door from which the single-payer system will one day enter to permanently ruin our health care system, was ruled unconstitutional by federal judge Henry E. Hudson today.  Without the individual mandate, the main point of Obama Care falls flat and the law (like his presidency) becomes [...]

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