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, … ›

PLF and client Matt Sissel file appeal of adverse ruling in Obamacare case

Today, we filed an appeal of the D.C. District Court’s decision last Friday to dismiss our challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Readers may recall that our client, Matt Sissel, challenges … ›

Summer reading: Harmony and the soft tyranny of paternalism

Author: Brian T. Hodges The Japanese science fiction novel Harmony, by Project Itoh, is a timely cautionary tale about the struggle between individuality and government control.  Itoh shares his intricate … ›

Orange County Register: ObamaCare unconstitutional

The Orange County Register has this editorial on yesterday’s decision on the constitutionality of ObamaCare: This is an important step toward what we hope is the ultimate undoing of President … ›

What Healthcare “Market”?

Author:  Anne Hayes Progressives are often fond of claiming that the free-market, despite all evidence to the contrary, does not “work”– a term placed in quotes because it is not … ›

What problem, exactly, does Obamacare "fix"?

With the new Republican House, Americans are waiting to see whether the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as "Obamacare", will be repealed, repaired or defunded, or, what may … ›

Why should the government decide who is more "worthy" of receiving care?

Author:  Anne M. Hayes "The decision is not whether or not we will ration care–the decision is whether we will ration with our eyes open." This statement was made by … ›

Orange you disappointed Kagan didn't answer the question?

Author: Anne-Marie Dao Uncle Sam wants you … to eat your fruits and vegetables daily. During her recent confirmation hearings, Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan was asked by Senator Tom … ›

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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, … ›

PLF and client Matt Sissel file appeal of adverse ruling in Obamacare case

Today, we filed an appeal of the D.C. District Court’s decision last Friday to dismiss our challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Readers may recall that our client, Matt Sissel, challenges … ›

Summer reading: Harmony and the soft tyranny of paternalism

Author: Brian T. Hodges The Japanese science fiction novel Harmony, by Project Itoh, is a timely cautionary tale about the struggle between individuality and government control.  Itoh shares his intricate … ›

Orange County Register: ObamaCare unconstitutional

The Orange County Register has this editorial on yesterday’s decision on the constitutionality of ObamaCare: This is an important step toward what we hope is the ultimate undoing of President … ›

What Healthcare “Market”?

Author:  Anne Hayes Progressives are often fond of claiming that the free-market, despite all evidence to the contrary, does not “work”– a term placed in quotes because it is not … ›

What problem, exactly, does Obamacare "fix"?

With the new Republican House, Americans are waiting to see whether the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as "Obamacare", will be repealed, repaired or defunded, or, what may … ›

Why should the government decide who is more "worthy" of receiving care?

Author:  Anne M. Hayes "The decision is not whether or not we will ration care–the decision is whether we will ration with our eyes open." This statement was made by … ›

Orange you disappointed Kagan didn't answer the question?

Author: Anne-Marie Dao Uncle Sam wants you … to eat your fruits and vegetables daily. During her recent confirmation hearings, Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan was asked by Senator Tom … ›

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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, … ›

PLF and client Matt Sissel file appeal of adverse ruling in Obamacare case

Today, we filed an appeal of the D.C. District Court’s decision last Friday to dismiss our challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Readers may recall that our client, Matt Sissel, challenges … ›

Summer reading: Harmony and the soft tyranny of paternalism

Author: Brian T. Hodges The Japanese science fiction novel Harmony, by Project Itoh, is a timely cautionary tale about the struggle between individuality and government control.  Itoh shares his intricate … ›

Orange County Register: ObamaCare unconstitutional

The Orange County Register has this editorial on yesterday’s decision on the constitutionality of ObamaCare: This is an important step toward what we hope is the ultimate undoing of President … ›

What Healthcare “Market”?

Author:  Anne Hayes Progressives are often fond of claiming that the free-market, despite all evidence to the contrary, does not “work”– a term placed in quotes because it is not … ›

What problem, exactly, does Obamacare "fix"?

With the new Republican House, Americans are waiting to see whether the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as "Obamacare", will be repealed, repaired or defunded, or, what may … ›

Why should the government decide who is more "worthy" of receiving care?

Author:  Anne M. Hayes "The decision is not whether or not we will ration care–the decision is whether we will ration with our eyes open." This statement was made by … ›

Orange you disappointed Kagan didn't answer the question?

Author: Anne-Marie Dao Uncle Sam wants you … to eat your fruits and vegetables daily. During her recent confirmation hearings, Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan was asked by Senator Tom … ›

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, … ›

PLF and client Matt Sissel file appeal of adverse ruling in Obamacare case

Today, we filed an appeal of the D.C. District Court’s decision last Friday to dismiss our challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Readers may recall that our client, Matt Sissel, challenges … ›

Summer reading: Harmony and the soft tyranny of paternalism

Author: Brian T. Hodges The Japanese science fiction novel Harmony, by Project Itoh, is a timely cautionary tale about the struggle between individuality and government control.  Itoh shares his intricate … ›

Orange County Register: ObamaCare unconstitutional

The Orange County Register has this editorial on yesterday’s decision on the constitutionality of ObamaCare: This is an important step toward what we hope is the ultimate undoing of President … ›

What Healthcare “Market”?

Author:  Anne Hayes Progressives are often fond of claiming that the free-market, despite all evidence to the contrary, does not “work”– a term placed in quotes because it is not … ›

What problem, exactly, does Obamacare "fix"?

With the new Republican House, Americans are waiting to see whether the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as "Obamacare", will be repealed, repaired or defunded, or, what may … ›

Why should the government decide who is more "worthy" of receiving care?

Author:  Anne M. Hayes "The decision is not whether or not we will ration care–the decision is whether we will ration with our eyes open." This statement was made by … ›

Orange you disappointed Kagan didn't answer the question?

Author: Anne-Marie Dao Uncle Sam wants you … to eat your fruits and vegetables daily. During her recent confirmation hearings, Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan was asked by Senator Tom … ›