Monthly Archive: June 2012


Plain English: What the Court Decided

In Plain English: The Affordable Care Act, including its individual mandate that virtually all Americans buy health insurance, is constitutional. There were not five votes to uphold it on the ground that Congress could...


ObamaCare is Reviled for a Reason

From Would Americans Miss It? ObamaCare is reviled for a reason: ObamaCare, needlessly enacted during a deep economic recession, is “deeply unpopular with the public,” and it’s easy to see why, says John Steele...


Miller on Severability

From Severability for ObamaCare: Obamacare diehards maintain, perhaps out of habit, that the Court will simply uphold the entire law, so there’s no need for further “severability” analysis. A surprisingly under-informed set of health...