Brutal week for Obama, the worst of his presidency
By Charles Hurt
The past seven brutal days will go down as one of the worst weeks in history for a sitting president. It certainly has been, without any doubt, the worst week yet for President Obama.
Even If It Survives the Court, the Health Care Law Is Doomed
By Scott Rasmussen
Media coverage now implies that the U.S. Supreme Court will determine the fate of President Obama’s health care law. But nothing the court decides will keep the law alive for more than a brief period of time.
ObamaCare On Trial: Day Three
By Gary L. Bauer
Can ObamaCare survive without the individual mandate? That was the main point of today’s debate before the Supreme Court. Yesterday, a majority of justices appeared highly skeptical of the government’s claim that it has the authority to compel individuals to purchase health insurance.
The Obama Administration Outlaws New Coal-Fired Powerplants – Stroke of the pen. Law of the land. Kinda cool.
Posted by streiff
Yesterday the Obama Administration effectively outlawed coal as a fuel source and it underscores the importance of Congress severely circumscribing the authority of regulatory agencies.
Obamacare’s day in court – Justices hear arguments in the ultimate case on limited government
By The Washington Times
It’s Obamacare week at the Supreme Court. The justices on Monday spent the first two of the six hours planned for oral argument discussing the constitutionality of the health care takeover. It’s been a long road since then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s flippant dismissal of such concerns with the response, “Are you serious?” Now the high court is giving more time to this question than it has to any others in 47 years.
Obama in South Korea is no Reagan in Reykjavik
Posted by Erick Erickson
One the arguments Mitt Romney’s opponents have against him was defined by Romney’s own campaign’s “etch-a-sketch” comment. No one seems to know what Mitt Romney really stands for and the etch-a-sketch comment gave a visual image, created by Romney’s own campaign, to drive home the lack of trust in Mitt Romney.
Boiling The Racial Pot
By Gary L. Bauer
Seventeen year-old Trayvon Martin and neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman had a confrontation on a dark street in Sanford, Florida, last month. There was a fight and Zimmerman, who is Hispanic, fatally shot Martin, who was black.
Santorum wins Republican presidential primary in Louisiana
By Seth McLaughlin
Rick Santorum won the Republican primary in Louisiana on Saturday, giving the former Pennsylvania senator additional crowing rights going forward in the GOP presidential fight and further cementing him as the biggest rival to front-runner Mitt Romney.
Obama authorizes himself to declare martial law
By Jeffrey T. Kuhner
President Obama has given himself the powers to declare martial law — especially in the event of a war with Iran. It is a sweeping power grab that should worry every American.