Shane Vander Hart: Depending on who you ask the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1) that Congress passed this week will usher in the apocalypse or it is the best thing since sliced bread.
Yes I’m disappointed in the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Patient Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, and yes I am surprised that Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the liberal figures on the Court. I’m not up on the ledge and you shouldn’t either. If you are it’s time to step away. God is […]
There is more than one way to skin a cat. Iowa Governor Terry Branstad signed onto Florida’s federal health care lawsuit yesterday. They join 27 other states that are challenging the federal health care reform law in federal court. This number also includes Virginia which filed its own lawsuit. The Florida lawsuit challenges the constitutionality […]
One of the primary arguments made by Republicans against Obamacare was that the requirement that individuals carry insurance was unconstitutional. Today U.S. District Court Judge Henry Hudson agreed: The Obama administration’s requirement that most citizens maintain minimum health coverage as part of a broad overhaul of the industry is unconstitutional because it forces people to […]
The one and only Iowa Attorney General Race debate was held yesterday at the University of Iowa Law School between Democratic incumbent Attorney General Tom Miller and Republican challenger Brenna Findley. I have read the scant coverage offered and some info that was emailed to me. I hope to watch or listen if it made […]
Miscellany for the week: Andrew Breitbart: Hypocrisy, Thy Name is Andrew Sullivan Al Mohler: When Feminism Kills – Abortion As ‘The Lesser Evil’ The Oregonian: Portland police will investigate accusations that Al Gore groped women Gallup: Independent Voters Favor GOP in 2010 Election Tracking National Review: Kagan’s Abortion Distortion by Shannen Coffin Iowa Politics Insider: […]
I’d say this is miscellany, but it will be health care reform heavy as a possible vote looms on Sunday in the House. The Hill: Whip Count: House Democrats’ positions on health care (beyond your own Member of Congress I would focus phone calls on the 47 undecideds) – you can find numbers here. The […]