Humanism, Anti-Humanism And History

A great post by a friend of a friend at The Camp of the Saints: A special guest post by my friend, The Rev. David R. Graham… Humanism is a perversion of a truth. The truth is we belong to one another. Minerologically, morphologically, physiologically, psychologically and spiritually we are united. All life is one,…

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Unanimous SCOTUS Decision in Sackett v. EPA

If you aren’t familiar with the Sackett case, it is here and it is a very scary case of a government agency run amok. This is an example of administrative law used to strip a citizen of their constitutional rights. (Scott Johnson at Powerline has two great posts on ad law here and here.) From…

Did SCOTUS Tip Their Hand With This FMLA Ruling?

Sign of things to come? From Yahoo News and the Christian Science Monitor: The US Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Congress overstepped its authority in passing a federal law that authorized state employees to sue their state employer for sick leave. In a decision that sharply divided the court, a four-justice plurality said Tuesday that…

The Affordable Care Act and Stare Decisis

With the SCOTUS about to take up Obamacare, I thought that this post from May of 2011 was relevant enough to bring back to the top. Originally posted on May 11, 2011: This week, the hearing of the first Affordable Care legal challenges started en banc (before a three-judge panel) of U.S. Court of Appeals…