At Harvard Law School in 1991, Obama approved of restricting speech to protect minorities

“I saw him as more of an ideologue, than a seeker of intellectual truth, and someone quick to pander to his audience for political gain. Even then, he was ever the politician, always running, it seemed, for office.”

Charles C. Johnson The Daily Caller 10/8/2012

At the height of early-1990s conservative backlash over […]

Stunning: Obamacare creates $17 trillion in unfunded liabilities

The Right Scoop 3/31/2012

This really is stunning, and simply more reason why Obamacare must be pulled out of ground with its roots:

On the Senate floor today, Ranking Member Sessions announced that a new Budget Committee analysis has found that the long-term, unfunded liabilities associated with President Obama’s health care law will reach $17 […]

Justices Doubt Obamacare Mandate a Tax

John Tabin The American Spectator 3/26/2012

Oral arguments for day one of the Obamacare lawsuits have ended; the subject of today’s argument was whether the individual mandate counts as a tax for the purposes of the Anti-Injunction Act. If it does, the Court can’t rule on its constitutionality until the mandate goes into effect in […]

Audio: Justice Alito oddly unimpressed with EPA procedures

Ed Morrissey 1/18/2012

A month ago, I wrote about the Supreme Court’s decision to take a close look at the EPA and the lack of due process afforded to property owners who run afoul of arcane regulations, regarding wetlands in this specific case. Sackett v EPA pits an Idaho couple who wanted to build […]