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With Election Day fast approaching, we filed a very important amicus brief today with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit urging a three-judge panel to overturn a lower court decision which prohibits the State of Ohio from …Read More

It didn’t take long. Just hours after Planned Parenthood endorsed President Obama and launched an attack ad campaign against GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, the White House stood shoulder-to-shoulder with Planned Parenthood and voiced its opposition to legislation in the House …Read More

The numbers have been very consistent. A majority of Americans surveyed have repeatedly rejected ObamaCare since it was pushed through Congress and signed into law by President Obama two years ago. This week, 56% of voters polled by Rasmussen said …Read More

Congressional concern continues to grow over tactics used by the IRS to target Tea Party groups across the country – tactics that can only be described as an effort to intimidate and silence these organizations in this election year. We …Read More

There’s no question about it. President Obama’s warning to the Supreme Court about ObamaCare has accomplished one thing. He has assured that the Supreme Court will be front-and-center in the upcoming presidential campaign. It will be a campaign issue. A …Read More

It is outrageous. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is demanding information from Tea Party groups nationwide – information that is clearly beyond the scope of legitimate inquiries – information that violates the First Amendment. We first wrote about this on …Read More

It’s difficult to see how President Obama’s State of the Union (SOTU) address to be delivered to Congress and the nation Tuesday night will be anything more than a politically-charged, re-election speech that can only add to a climate of what …Read More

The American people understand. The pro-abortion, government-run, costly health care law put forth by President Obama must go. In a new poll, there’s even stronger opposition to ObamaCare. According to Rasmussen, 57% of voters surveyed want to see the health …Read More

It’s really no longer a question of “will” ObamaCare get to the U.S. Supreme Court. Friday’s decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit makes it all but a certainty. In a discussion about the most recent …Read More