Oklahoma State Representative Mike Ritze has filed a bill to stop enforcement of ObamaCare at the borders of Oklahoma.
The IRS has fired a shot across the bow of employers hoping to remain free of ObamaCare’s employer mandate by adhering to the letter, but not the spirit, of the law. The agency’s message: Don’t even think about it.
Recently, more than 570 veterans in upstate New York received some dire news that could be classified as tragic irony: After they have survived wars and occupations overseas, the very health system that was meant to protect them at home — the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) — could ultimately end up being the very thing that kills them.
In the brave new world of the very near future, children will enter their public schools passing police checkpoints, surveillance cameras, metal detectors, X-ray scanners and warrantless physical searches. Parents will relax, knowing their child is now “SAFE.” No violent evildoers will be able to get past that wall of security.
As the multitude of mandates contained within the ObamaCare behemoth begin breathing down the necks of Americans, state legislators across the country are proposing bills to protect citizens from being subjected to the healthcare law’s unconstitutional provisions.
The founder of Domino's Pizza is the latest to win a temporary injunction blocking enforcement of the Obama administration's contraception mandate.
The owners of Hobby Lobby have decided that they will defy the Obama administration's contraception mandate, and face the potential consequences.
While abortion is justified with the battle cry “My body, my choice!” it is in reality a matter of what will happen to a body within the chooser’s body. Another example of this leftist tendency to confuse bodies as much as choices is the ObamaCare contraception mandate.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has rejected a request by Christian retailer Hobby Lobby to block implementation of the contraception mandate, scheduled to kick in at the beginning of the year.
Within days of each other two federal appeals courts have issued conflicting decisions in lawsuits against the contraception mandate.