United We Stood, Divided We’ll Fall

News that the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage ignited joyous celebration among gays and the media. Images assaulted us on all sides, victory parades showcasing same-sex couples entwined in ecstasy, media gushing praise, and #LoveWins rocking the Twitter universe. They won, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that same-sex couples can marry anywhere, … [Read more...]

The ‘Taxing Clause’, Five Lawless Judges, and ObamaCare

Our federal Constitution is one of enumerated powers only. This means that WE THE PEOPLE, who ordained and established the Constitution, listed therein every power We delegated to the federal government. If We didn’t list a power, the federal government doesn’t have it.1 Furthermore, we delegated only a very few powers to the federal government. Accordingly, Congress has … [Read more...]

Obamacare Ruling Fosters New Legislative Action

In a stunning move widely considered as "spiking the football" President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid have proposed new legislation in the wake of the Supreme Court Decision yesterday. The Child Obesity Prevention and Protection Act, S.1848 would curb childhood obesity by establishing health guidelines for parents. If the law passes, doctors will be … [Read more...]

Health Care Ruling Prognostication

The much anticipated Arizona Immigration Supreme Court ruling came down today and what do we get?  Another example of Obama arrogance and a middle finger extended at the Constitution....again. The court struck down most of the Arizona law.  Okay...I get it.  We have a system and we lost this one. But SCOTUS kept in place one provision:  Cops in Arizona can ask people for … [Read more...]

The Individual Mandate – A Law Too Far

We are mere days away from the Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Health Care Act, more commonly known as "Obamacare." There is much speculation as to how the Court will rule and whether or not the Justices will strike down all or parts of the law. Based on oral arguments in March, it appears that a majority of the Justices were most uncomfortable with the individual … [Read more...]