Tag Archives: U.S. Supreme Court

Health Care Mandate is About Personal Responsibility; A Conservative Idea

After The United States Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act on Thursday, Facebook, Twitter and thousands of websites across the Internet were overwhelmed with comments. Many of those comments were about

Montana: U.S. Supreme Court Opens Door Wider for Corporate Money

Back in January of 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court turned back many years of precedent as far as campaign financing in a highly controversial ruling labeled “Citizens United vs. FEC”. The ruling

Why Health Care Mandate Will Lower Health Care Cost for All

Much about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s health insurance mandate has caused a great deal of concern for Americans of all stripes. The mandate is viewed by many as government

Gay Marriage or Theocracy: What is to Become of America?

A crescendo of anger seems to build within some of us who have strong feelings about the direction of the country and where it is heading. Conservatives are concerned that the country

Health Care Mandate is Conservative Idea

When the Patient Protection & Affordable Care Act passed Congress and signed into law by President Obama, you would think the mandate for all Americans to buy health insurance or pay a

Partisan Supreme Court Decides America’s Access to Health Care

Into the hands of nine people the future of health care has been laid. Those nine justices are made up of conservatives and liberal justices and the conservatives with the majority, with

Class War: America and the World on the Brink

The biggest threat to democracy is a loss in faith in democracy by its people.  The same could be said about capitalism; if the majority of the population of a certain capitalist

ObamaCare and the U.S. Supreme Court: The Final Ruling

On Friday, August the 12th, the 11th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Atlanta ruled that the mandate for all Americans to buy health insurance is unconstitutional. Of course, there have been