Obamacare Foes Score Points, But Kennedy's A Wild Card

**Written by Doug Powers. Today was “mandate-mania” at the Supreme Court, with both sides arguing the constitutionality, or lack thereof, of the individual mandate in the health care law. It didn't seem to go well for the

What's the best part of this? The idea of a prominent Democrat interrupting his party's Mediscare demagoguery to scold the right on increasing health-care costs for seniors? The fact that he thinks ObamaCare, which isn't even

This week, the Supreme Court is devoting six hours over three days to hearing challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a k a ObamaCare. The last time the court spent this much time hearing arguments in

Key Justices Roberts, Kennedy Seem Skeptical of Obamacare Mandate – A stilting, nervous performance by Solicitor General Donald Verrilli is drawing pans, but the skepticism expressed by Roberts and Scalia at the top of the arguments was more fact-based

“Obamacare was really the metaphor for all of the excess of this administration and a very compliant Congress in '09 and '10.” Intrusive and Bossy Supporters of the law have repeatedly predicted that Americans would soon come to like it.