A Constitutional Argument Against the So-Called ‘Monsanto Protection Act’ *

How awful is a new GMO law amendment you’ve probably heard about?

Baylen Linnekin Reason Magazine 4/6/2013

How awful is a new GMO law amendment you’ve probably heard derided as the Monsanto Protection Act?

To answer that question, I’ve turned to page 199 of my dog-eared 2001 copy of Examples & Explanations: Administrative Law by […]

We Blame George W. Bush

ObamaCare survives, but the Commerce Clause has limits.

James Taranto The Wall Street Journal 6/28/2012

ObamaCare is still the law of the land, and we blame George W. Bush. In National Federation of Independent Businesses v. Sebelius, four associate justices adopted the position of Florida’s Judge Roger Vinson, voting to strike down the entire law–we […]

Judge Napolitano Believes ‘the President Is Dangerously Close to Totalitarianism’

Eric Odom Liberty News Network 4/4/2012

Another must-see video floating around today after Judge Napolitano told Neil Cavuto that he thinks “the President Is Dangerously Close to Totalitarianism.” Following the video is a fitting image that was posted to one of our associated Facebook pages.

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Editor-in Chief

Obama massages editors, Supreme Court watchers, boasts ‘centrist positions’

Neil Munro The Daily Caller 4/3/2012

President Barack Obama spent Tuesday working the refs: He firmly nudged news editors and the nine Supreme Court justices toward treating his views as centrist, and seeing Republicans’ platform as “radical.”

“So, as all of you are doing your reporting, […]

Obama Says That If Supreme Court Justices Overturn ObamaCare, It Will Amount to Judicial Overreach…

…Judge Napolitano Blasts Back Saying the President “Knows This is Our System”

Fox News Insider 4/3/2012

President Obama made comments yesterday about the Supreme Court and those comments are making headlines today. President Obama predicted that the justices will uphold ObamaCare, and he added that overturning the law would amount to judicial overreach.

Earlier on […]