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The U.S. Attorney General – the nation’s top law enforcement officer. A difficult job under any circumstances. And a position that often generates controversy. Now, there’s growing criticism that Attorney General Eric Holder is playing politics, especially when it comes […]

It was an extraordinary exchange. Rep. Trey Gowdy, (R-SC) asking Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Sebelius to explain the constitutional implications involved in the HHS mandate, which is under attack for violating the religious beliefs of millions of Americans. […]

I call it defending the indefensible. What unfolded inside the Supreme Court on the individual mandate was very clear and direct. Justice Anthony Kennedy, considered to be the swing vote in this issue, expressed serious skepticism about the constitutionality of […]

The time is here. A series of oral arguments begins Monday at the Supreme Court on ObamaCare. As you know, the high court will conduct an unprecedented three days of oral arguments – Monday through Wednesday – focusing on the […]

In 1995, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder – who was serving as U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia at the time – attempted to bolster his anti-gun campaign by expressing his desire to launch a public relations campaign to […]

When the Supreme Court announced yesterday that it will consider the Arizona immigration case to determine whether this measure is constitutional, something else happened. Justice Elena Kagan, who served as Solicitor General for President Obama before being nominated and confirmed […]

The pressure is intensifying for Attorney General Eric Holder to resign. Now, more than 40 members of Congress are urging Holder to step down  over the program known as Operation Fast and Furious – a problematic program by the Department […]

The response has been overwhelming. In the first 24 hours after the Supreme Court announced it would determine the constitutionality of ObamaCare, nearly 40,000 Americans expressed their opposition to this flawed law and signed on to our upcoming amicus briefs […]

It’s not surprising – another lawsuit by the federal government – targeting South Carolina’s new immigration law. Not surprising, but certainly misplaced. South Carolina, like many other states, are facing the reality that they must now protect their citizens and […]

As we prepare for oral arguments Friday before a federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. in our appeal of our lawsuit challenging ObamaCare, it’s important to note that a growing number of Americans reject the pro-abortion, government-run, and costly health […]

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