by Doug Book, editor
In 2012, the National Federation of Independent Business vs Sebelius (ObamaCare) was considered by many to be one of the most significant Supreme Court cases to be heard in decades. On its outcome would depend the continued liberty of the American people. For if our elected officials can force the public to purchase government approved health insurance, what can they NOT demand the American people acquire! The full effects of the unconscionable betrayal of the Constitution and the American public by Chief Justice John Roberts are only beginning to be realized.
If the NFIB decision pronounced an end to our liberty, the Court’s upcoming ruling in Bond vs U.S. has the potential to literally end the 240 year history of the United States. For at issue in this case is the following question: When the United States joins an international treaty, may Congress pass laws toward its implementation which violate the Constitution? The Obama Regime, … Continue Reading:Supreme Court will rule on the continued existence of the United States
In finding the Affordable Care Act (ACA) constitutional, 5 justices of the Supreme Court literally ignored the statutory language of the law and the wishes of Congress. In fact, Chief Justice Roberts rewrote portions of the Act in order to bring its substance into line with his own politically motivated preferences.
In May, the IRS also ignored the will of Congress as expressed in the ACA. The law specifically states that subsidies and tax credits provided to certain ObamaCare enrollees may be awarded ONLY by “a governmental agency or nonprofit entity [ObamaCare exchange] that is established by a state.”(My emphasis) But this would prevent subsidies being awarded in the 33 states which have refused to build an ObamaCare exchange. Such a setback would effectively ruin the Affordable Care Act. (1)
So the IRS decided to rescue its master’s namesake healthcare plan by presenting ObamaCare enrollees with $800 million worth of subsidies and tax credits even in states which have … Continue Reading:Courts give green light to lawsuits which could finish ObamaCare
by Doug Book, editor
Don’t want to become a lifelong statistic of the Democrat Party’s Affordable Care Act? The Citizen’s Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) has created an ObamaCare Exchange Opt-Out form which can be emailed directly to the federal Healthcare.gov website.
“I declare that I am opting out of any and all participation in the national Obamacare Exchange system.”
And the stated reasons should cause every American to question both the legitimacy of the Affordable Care Act and the true intent of its authors.
It begins with the question of privacy:
“Without my consent, the Exchange will gather significant private data about my family and I, “under penalty of perjury,” and share that data online through the ‘Federal Data Services Hub’ with federal agencies, including the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS), Dept. of Health & Human Services (HHS), and Social Services Administration (SSA).”
What possible, LEGITIMATE use could the Department of … Continue Reading:OPT OUT of ObamaCare’s Government Run Exchanges
by Bill Martinez, staff writer
Thanks to Ted Cruz, maybe our president is seeing what a “Red Line” really looks like. A Red Line is backed by conviction and belief. Otherwise, as we have witnessed, it becomes light pink really fast, fading by a lack of courage and faith that this is really the right thing for We The People.
I know a lot of people believed Senator Cruz was standing up for them. A majority of Americans don’t like the law because of what they’ve seen so far. After all, it was Nancy Pelosi who fittingly said, “we have to pass it to see what’s in it.”
Obamacare (or O-Bummercare) is one grand disappointment, even just on the surface. It seems that everything the president said it was is proving not to be. For example, Barack assured us our premiums would be less. Yet everyone I talk to is experiencing increases! So how do the president’s words … Continue Reading:O-Bummercare, One Grand Disappointment
by Doug Book, editor
“To consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions [is] a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy.” Thomas Jefferson
For 200 years the Supreme Court has enjoyed virtually limitless authority to determine the constitutionality of both state and federal legislation. Known as “Judicial Review,” this power to “…invalidate [an executive or legislative] act if it is contrary to constitutional principles,” has made what the Founders believed the weakest of the federal branches into arguably the most powerful. (1)
There is no mention of judicial review in the Constitution. Rather, legal historians believe that famed Chief Justice John Marshall made a personal gift of judicial review to himself and his black-robed progeny in the 1803, Marbury v Madison majority opinion which he authored. It was in Marbury–the first case “…in which the Court asserted its power to strike down an act of … Continue Reading:Will a future Congress eliminate the extra-constitutional power of the Supreme Court?