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[VIDEO] The Hammer: Affordable Care Act Language Is 'Not Ambiguous At All'

 “If the D.C. Court is upheld, Obamacare is over. It won’t survive.”

Charles Krauthammer believes that the language in the Affordable Care Act saying that subsidies are to be provided through state exchanges is unambiguous…He referred to a point  59 more words

Mediasphere

"Congress is Supreme in Matters of Policy": D.C. Circuit Rules Against Obama Administration In Halbig

As I have written about in columns and testimony, the most significant challenge to Obamacare was never Hobby Lobby but Halbig vs. Burwell that has been pending in the D.C. 1,836 more words

Society

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Sometimes even the courts get it right!

Short Notes on Judicialization of Politics

In the Subcontinent through the application of judicial review, a new doctrine of basic structure has been evolved. Though the judges do not agree to the contents of the doctrine of basic structure, they agree that there should have something in the constitution which cannot be altered even by the Parliament in the process of constitutional amendment. 886 more words

Constituent Power

Population Ahead of Polls, Press, In Demanding Obama's Ouster

A HuffPost/YouGov poll released yesterday, shows that two-thirds of all Republicans say impeaching Obama is justified. Among all Americans, those saying Congress would not be justified in beginning impeachment proceedings against Obama, outnumber those who think it would be justified, 44 percent to 35 percent, while 21 percent said they weren’t sure. 149 more words

Impeach Obama

Palin Doubles Down on Impeachment Charges

In the process leading to the impeachment of Richard M. Nixon, forty years ago next month, the dam of resistance only broke when certain high level institutional layers made the decision that, for the sake of the country, the President had to be impeached. 488 more words

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Boehner Loses Cool Under Pressure for Impeachment

Since he announced two weeks ago his intention to sue President Obama for failure to “faithfully execute the laws,” Speaker of the House John Boehner has come under extreme pressure from those, on the one hand, who say he should move to impeach the President instead, and those who say he should focus exclusively on the upcoming mid-term elections. 529 more words

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