The U.S. Supreme Court has officially scheduled oral arguments regarding the constitutionality of President Obama’s landmark Affordable Care Act, particularly the healthcare reform’s individual mandate. The announcement confirms earlier speculation that the high court would issue a ruling on the healthcare law next year, during the heat of the 2012 presidential campaign.
“It is reasonable, in every sense of the word, to believe that a member of the highest court in the land should know how to properly disclose almost $700,000 worth of income. To not be able to do so is suspicious, and according to law, requires further investigation. To accept Justice Thomas’s explanation without doing the required due diligence would be irresponsible.”
Clarence Thomas, apparently, doesn’t understand the meaning of the word irony. In a laughable speech before a conservative symposium in Charlottesville, VA on Saturday, recordings of which were obtained by Politico, Thomas took on his critics, defended his political associations, and his wife’s activism for the Tea Party. “…I want to go to my grave […]
Virginia ‘Drunk Dialing’ Thomas apparently earned over $680,000 from her association with the right-wing group, Heritage Foundation, during a 5-year period, but her husband, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas failed to include the income on financial disclosure forms, according to the Los Angeles Times. The revelation came from a report from the watchdog group […]
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected the first Constitutional challenge to President Barack Obama’s health care reform legislation brought by a former California Republican lawmaker. Today’s decision was anticipated because the case has yet to be heard by an appeals court and the Supreme Court rarely (if ever) accepts a case before lower courts have […]