By now you've heard it plenty: The Affordable Care Act (ACA), aka “Obamacare,” is like the Civil Rights Act of 1964. This creative bit of dot-connecting began with President Obama and has been perpetuated by countless talk-show hosts and their guests.
Randy Barnett (RandyBarnett.com) Randy Barnett is professor of law at Georgetown University, as well as a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and the Goldwater Institute. He has also been perhaps the key legal thinker developing the case against the
Solicitor General Donald B. Verrilli Jr. should be grateful to the Supreme Court for refusing to allow cameras in the courtroom, because his defense of Obamacare on Tuesday may go down as one of the most spectacular
S. Supreme Court, the case for the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, better known as "Obamacare," remains strong. Four members of the court, including the justice expected to be the key swing vote on the issue, asked tough questions of the
By Carter Eskew The coverage of the Supreme Court's debate on the new health-care law often ignores an important factor: the human one. This case is not just about the theoretical legal discussions that often appear to be unrelated to the human problem