Tag Archives: Constitutional Law

The Individual Mandate : Unconstitutional, and an Alarming Precedent

Health insurance: The individual mandate. Illustration from Slate.Going too far?Health care reform and the individual mandate If Congress gets away with this, there is no stopping point and Big Business will have succeeded in making Americans into involuntary consumers whenever … finish reading The Individual Mandate : Unconstitutional, and an Alarming Precedent

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Is Armageddon Closer Than Most Americans Think?

Frankly, I am not so concerned about doomsday and don’t believe it will come to that. But the thoughts that Hirschhorn expresses here are worthy of consideration, and the steep increase in firearms sales is rather disturbing. Richard Jehn / … finish reading Is Armageddon Closer Than Most Americans Think?

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John Dean on Fixing the American Presidency

Dawn Johnsen, Obama administration head of the Office of Legal Counsel.The Damaged Institution of the Presidency, How the Obama Administration Intends to Restore It, And What We Can Expect from New OLC Head Dawn JohnsenBy John W. Dean / January … finish reading John Dean on Fixing the American Presidency

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Schwarzeneggar : Time to Show Some Muscle on Prop. 8

Douglas Kmeic: ‘Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger may well be a proximate cause of this breakdown … the Prop. 8 case should be settled, and there’s no one better to do it than our governor.’By Jon Ponder / November 20, 2008 Douglas … finish reading Schwarzeneggar : Time to Show Some Muscle on Prop. 8

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