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SCOTUS Preview: Obamacare’s Subsidies at Risk, Same-Sex Marriage Ban Upheld

Back in July, I had reported on Halbig v. Burwell — a case at the DC Circuit Court that challenged the use of Obamacare’s subsidies outside of State-based healthcare exchanges. Now, the Supreme Court has decided they’re going to take on the case. At the end of the day, if the Supremes decide that only State-based […]

The Mob Rules

Watch out, DC, here comes the mob! Congratulations to the on their announcement of a 100% win record, thus far, for 2010 (congratulations must also go out to the many other numerous organizations and individuals who played their part in the “Tea Party Primaries” of late). Some of the organization’s big wins included Kentucky, […]

KY Prefiles 10th for 2010; Pastor Invites Guns to Church; Napolitano, Gutzman on TN Firearms Bill

The reports: On 06/02/09, Kentucky State Representative Stan Lee prefiled House Concurrent Resolution 10 (HCR10) for the 2010 legislative session. The purpose of the resolution is to claim “sovereignty over powers not granted to the federal government by the United States Constitution; serve notice to the federal government to cease mandates beyond its authority; […]

KY State Rep Introduces State Sovereignty Resolution

The reported today that Kentucky State Rep. and Majority Whip John Will Stacy (D) introduced HCR168 (status page): Declare state sovereignty over powers not given to the the federal government by the U. S. Constitution; demand the federal government to cease mandates beyond constitutionlly delegated powers; prohibit federal legialtion requiring state passage of laws […]

Press Coverage: Reports on Ad, Essek’s KY Case, Berg v. Obama, Donofrio v. Wells

Here’s the link. They cover the We The People Foundation Chicago Tribune ad, Daniel Essek’s Kentucky case, Berg v. Obama, and Donofrio v. Wells. -Phil

Kentucky Truck Driver Filing Suit in London District Court

Daniel John Essek, a truck driver from the great State of Kentucky, filed a request for permission to file a court case without having to pay a fee (see the Lexington Herald-Leader for the story; also at Case 6:2008cv00379. Mr. Essek was also in the running for the Senate against Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, per […]