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Now that the ObamaCare decision is out and the analysis continues, there are more questions about how the Chief Justice reached his conclusion that the penalty provided for failing to purchase health care is actually a tax – a distinction […]

It came down to one vote. Most observers had their eye on Justice Kennedy. But, at the end of the day, it was Chief Justice John Roberts who cast the deciding vote – upholding the individual mandate and keeping ObamaCare […]

It is an issue that we knew would get to the Supreme Court. But what happened yesterday isn’t exactly what we expected. As you know, the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial in San Diego has stood for nearly 60 years. For […]

The Supreme Court today unanimously upheld a key provision of Arizona S.B. 1070 – a provision of the law that gives police authority to check the immigration status of a person while enforcing other laws if ‘reasonable suspicion’ exists that […]

June 15, 1987. I was in Chicago conducting a training program – examining the legal issues – on literature distribution for Jews for Jesus.   Just months earlier, I had delivered oral arguments before the Supreme Court of the United […]

No one knows exactly when the Supreme Court will issue its decisions in the ObamaCare and Arizona immigration cases. No one except the Justices and those who work for them. In a world where leaks abound, the Supreme Court is one of […]

It didn’t take long. Just days after the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in March on the constitutionality of ObamaCare, President Obama lashed out – chastising the Justices of the high court. If the Justices reject ObamaCare, the President warned […]

It was a very good day for the State of Arizona at the U.S. Supreme Court. During oral arguments before eight Justices (Justice Elena Kagan recused herself from this case), it became clear that a majority of the Justices seem […]

It is a critically important week at the U.S. Supreme Court. In a term that includes several blockbuster cases, the Justices will hear oral arguments on Wednesday on the constitutionality of Arizona’s immigration law, S.B. 1070. S.B. 1070 made it a […]

In a world where politics has permeated everything, should we be surprised that many Americans believe the Supreme Court will determine the constitutionality of ObamaCare based on politics, rather than the law? That’s the findings of a new poll. According […]

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