By Emma Karlin, staff writer
There IS a small ray of light shining up from the rubble of what is left of America. With Republican governors acting like – well Republicans and crawling back to lick Barack Obama’s boots, it IS hard to accept, but the fight against Obamacare is still on. The feckless and traitorous John Roberts may not have destroyed us after all.
A lawsuit against the worst elements of Obamacare brought by Liberty Counsel, which has of course been ignored by the Democrat controlled media, has been set for a rehearing by the U.S. Supreme Court. It will be reheard in the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals. Court observers describe this move as extremely rare and believe this means the matter will almost certainly find its way back up to the Supreme Court itself.
Acting on a Supreme Court directive Liberty Counsel, which is devoted to defending Christian civil rights, has filed a … Continue Reading:There is still a ray of light that Obamacare can be overturned
by George Spelvin, staff writer
A news release from Attorney Orly Taitz reveals Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts has distributed for a February 15th conference of the Court, Taitz’s Obama eligibility challenge of Noonan et al v Bowen. (5) The February hearing of the Court is intended to decide the merits of Ms. Taitz’s challenge to Obama’s eligibility to hold the office of President. The filed action will present evidence of the following:
1. Barack Obama used a last name not legally his
2. Obama permitted the use of a forged Selective Service application
3. Obama permitted the use of forged long form and short form birth certificates
4. Obama used a Connecticut social security number which was never assigned to him according to E-Verify and SSNUS (4)
Approximately 1 1/2 million INVALID California voter Registration forms are also mentioned in the Taitz brief which she brings on behalf of Applicants Noonan, Judd, MacLeran, and Taitz … Continue Reading:Obama eligibility challenge distributed by Chief Justice Roberts for conference before Supreme Court
by Doug Book, staff writer
On the day Barack Obama signed his ObamaCare bill into law, Matthew Staver, the Founder and Dean of the Liberty University School of Law filed one of the first private lawsuits against the new Act, claiming ObamaCare mandated the forced, direct funding of abortion, a clearly unconstitutional violation of the free exercise of religion.
Though the University’s lawsuit has been held up by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals which argued that the Anti-Injunction Act prevented the court hearing the merits of the case, that barrier was torn down by the June Supreme Court decision on ObamaCare. As a result, Liberty immediately renewed its petition that the Supreme Court review its case.
And on Monday, the first day of the new term, the Supreme Court ordered the Department of Justice to respond to Liberty University’s suit. That means the Justices are taking very seriously the Liberty charge that both individuals and … Continue Reading:ObamaCare headed back to Supreme Court