Obamacare's defenders resort to low blows

“When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty once said, “it means just what I choose it to mean–neither more nor less.” Congress lacks that luxury because the judiciary judges the meaning of its words. However, … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

Reason.tv on three Supreme Court cases to watch

Reason.tv focuses on three of this term’s big Supreme Court cases, including the Obamacare lawsuits and Sackett v. EPA.

Obamacare: the power to spend must have limits

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation, along with the Claremont Institute and the Cato Institute, filed this brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in the Obamacare lawsuits. The brief focuses on the … ›

The Federalist Society or The American Constitution Society: Which organization is more partisan?

Author: Brandon Middleton Conservatives and libertarians are fortunate to have The Federalist Society as a source for scholarly discourse and robust public policy debate.  This is from its purpose statement: … ›

Did the Founders support a national health care mandate?

Author: Joshua Thompson While I was looking through my Facebook account last night, I stumbled upon a post from a law school friend of mine that suggested that the Founders … ›

New article dismantles government's Obamacare taxing power argument

Author: Daniel Himebaugh In 2009, before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (colloquially, "Obamacare") became law, President Obama was asked whether a monetary penalty assessed against people who do … ›

Leave no doubt about where you stand!

Pacific Legal Foundation is pleased to announce its new "NO to Government Mandated Health Care" bumper stickers and t-shirts! PLF is currently litigating against the national health care mandate on … ›

Video: State attorneys optimistic after health care hearing

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Fox News' On the Record has posted this video, in which attorneys representing Utah, Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana discuss their impressions of Tuesday's hearing on the motion … ›

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Obamacare's defenders resort to low blows

“When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty once said, “it means just what I choose it to mean–neither more nor less.” Congress lacks that luxury because the judiciary judges the meaning of its words. However, … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

Reason.tv on three Supreme Court cases to watch

Reason.tv focuses on three of this term’s big Supreme Court cases, including the Obamacare lawsuits and Sackett v. EPA.

Obamacare: the power to spend must have limits

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation, along with the Claremont Institute and the Cato Institute, filed this brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in the Obamacare lawsuits. The brief focuses on the … ›

The Federalist Society or The American Constitution Society: Which organization is more partisan?

Author: Brandon Middleton Conservatives and libertarians are fortunate to have The Federalist Society as a source for scholarly discourse and robust public policy debate.  This is from its purpose statement: … ›

Did the Founders support a national health care mandate?

Author: Joshua Thompson While I was looking through my Facebook account last night, I stumbled upon a post from a law school friend of mine that suggested that the Founders … ›

New article dismantles government's Obamacare taxing power argument

Author: Daniel Himebaugh In 2009, before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (colloquially, "Obamacare") became law, President Obama was asked whether a monetary penalty assessed against people who do … ›

Leave no doubt about where you stand!

Pacific Legal Foundation is pleased to announce its new "NO to Government Mandated Health Care" bumper stickers and t-shirts! PLF is currently litigating against the national health care mandate on … ›

Video: State attorneys optimistic after health care hearing

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Fox News' On the Record has posted this video, in which attorneys representing Utah, Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana discuss their impressions of Tuesday's hearing on the motion … ›

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Obamacare's defenders resort to low blows

“When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty once said, “it means just what I choose it to mean–neither more nor less.” Congress lacks that luxury because the judiciary judges the meaning of its words. However, … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

Reason.tv on three Supreme Court cases to watch

Reason.tv focuses on three of this term’s big Supreme Court cases, including the Obamacare lawsuits and Sackett v. EPA.

Obamacare: the power to spend must have limits

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation, along with the Claremont Institute and the Cato Institute, filed this brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in the Obamacare lawsuits. The brief focuses on the … ›

The Federalist Society or The American Constitution Society: Which organization is more partisan?

Author: Brandon Middleton Conservatives and libertarians are fortunate to have The Federalist Society as a source for scholarly discourse and robust public policy debate.  This is from its purpose statement: … ›

Did the Founders support a national health care mandate?

Author: Joshua Thompson While I was looking through my Facebook account last night, I stumbled upon a post from a law school friend of mine that suggested that the Founders … ›

New article dismantles government's Obamacare taxing power argument

Author: Daniel Himebaugh In 2009, before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (colloquially, "Obamacare") became law, President Obama was asked whether a monetary penalty assessed against people who do … ›

Leave no doubt about where you stand!

Pacific Legal Foundation is pleased to announce its new "NO to Government Mandated Health Care" bumper stickers and t-shirts! PLF is currently litigating against the national health care mandate on … ›

Video: State attorneys optimistic after health care hearing

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Fox News' On the Record has posted this video, in which attorneys representing Utah, Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana discuss their impressions of Tuesday's hearing on the motion … ›

Obamacare's defenders resort to low blows

“When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty once said, “it means just what I choose it to mean–neither more nor less.” Congress lacks that luxury because the judiciary judges the meaning of its words. However, … ›

President's Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s legal highlights: Individual Rights – Free Speech We had a major Supreme Court amicus victory this week in Knox v. S.E.I.U.  In a 7-2 … ›

Reason.tv on three Supreme Court cases to watch

Reason.tv focuses on three of this term’s big Supreme Court cases, including the Obamacare lawsuits and Sackett v. EPA.

Obamacare: the power to spend must have limits

Today, Pacific Legal Foundation, along with the Claremont Institute and the Cato Institute, filed this brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in the Obamacare lawsuits. The brief focuses on the … ›

The Federalist Society or The American Constitution Society: Which organization is more partisan?

Author: Brandon Middleton Conservatives and libertarians are fortunate to have The Federalist Society as a source for scholarly discourse and robust public policy debate.  This is from its purpose statement: … ›

Did the Founders support a national health care mandate?

Author: Joshua Thompson While I was looking through my Facebook account last night, I stumbled upon a post from a law school friend of mine that suggested that the Founders … ›

New article dismantles government's Obamacare taxing power argument

Author: Daniel Himebaugh In 2009, before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (colloquially, "Obamacare") became law, President Obama was asked whether a monetary penalty assessed against people who do … ›

Leave no doubt about where you stand!

Pacific Legal Foundation is pleased to announce its new "NO to Government Mandated Health Care" bumper stickers and t-shirts! PLF is currently litigating against the national health care mandate on … ›

Video: State attorneys optimistic after health care hearing

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Fox News' On the Record has posted this video, in which attorneys representing Utah, Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana discuss their impressions of Tuesday's hearing on the motion … ›