A couple of weeks ago, we discussed how the poorly-drafted PPACA will end up being unworkable, a function of it being passed in a hurry through parliamentary tricks to get the skin-of-the-teeth votes it needed. The next step of that dance is occurring, with the Obama administration blithely claiming that it can ignore the statutory language, and Senator Hatch warning the administration not to act so lawlessly.
Obamacare oops II
- Maybe that AIG case isn't so crazy?
- O'Neill on Roberts and NFIB v. Sebelius
- Around the web, September 16
- Why Posner's criticism of Scalia and Garner is dead wrong
- The implications
- It's the Spending Clause, stupid!
- Live Stream Event: What the ObamaCare decision means
- Two senses of federalism
- Winning the battle, but losing the war (for expansive federal government power)?
- Roberts can be criticized, but he's no Souter
- PPACA still in trouble even if administration wins in SCOTUS
- The ABA Journal's historical revisionism
- Manhattan Institute Event: Overcriminalizing the Empire State?
- The ACA, Intrade, and other tea leaves
- Obamacare Debate Complete: The participant with the most compelling argument was...
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