1. Obama Recess Appointments Unconstitutional? With Judge Eugene Hyman

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    Retired Superior Court Judge Eugene Hyman talks with the Family Law Channel about the recent opposition by Republicans of Obama's recent senate recess appointments to a new credit agency and the National Labor Review Board.

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    • Student Rights - Engel V. Vitale 1962

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      This is an introductory video on the Supreme Court case Engel V. Vitale.

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      • Is the Individual Mandate Constitutional?

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        UT Law Professor and creator of Instapundit.com, Glenn Reynolds, discusses the constitutionality of the Individual Mandate and how the passage of this bill could impact the country

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        • Obama Judicial Philosophy

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          Go to http://PoliSat.Com/ObamaJudicialPhilosophy.htm . There can be no confusion about President Barack Obama's judicial philosophy regarding how the Supreme Court should decide "constitutional" issues: Redistribution of Wealth-- in his own words. His views on constitutional issues concerning ObamaCare simply reflect the same collectivist philosophy. Everything he says on the subject is his "shorthand" for collectivist philosophy. That someone touting himself as a "Constitutional Law Professor" would use the nonsensical terminology "negative liberties" in describing our Constitutional prohibitions against governmental infringement upon our indivvidual rights in the Bill of Rights and would also describe such approach as flawed in favor of constitutional prescriptions of "what government must do for [us]" such as taking actions to effectuate "redistribution of wealth" tells us all we need to know to recognize such person has having a judicial philosophy inimical to to that upon which our Constitution is founded. It's simply his collectivist doctrine ("from each according to his ability; to each according to his needs") disguised in his language describing it as a duty of government not only to grant (but also to decide) the "needs" of each citizen. Thus, what's needed in 2012? Obama Ousted in 2012 as shown by the t-shirt babe at http://PoliSat.Com/Ousted.htm .

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          • Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne Joins Effort to Challenge Obama Health Care Law

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            PHOENIX (Tuesday January 18, 2011) - Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne today announced that his office will join Governor Brewer and several other states in challenging the constitutionality of the Obama health care plan. The State of Arizona through Governor Brewer initially joined the suit last May. The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in the Northern District of Florida and includes twenty states. Several additional states will file to join the suit today. Last October the judge rejected the U.S. Department of Justices arguments and allowed two critical claims raised by the States to move forward: (1) the individual mandate is an unconstitutional exercise of Congress' authority under the Commerce Clause; and (2) the costly expansion of Medicaid and the States inability to effectively opt-out of the program amount to an unconstitutional coercion of the States at the hands of Congress. The court currently has under advisement summary judgment motions filed by all parties. Horne stated: "The 10th amendment provides that all powers not expressly delegated to the federal government are reserved to the states or the people respectively. The constitution does not give the power to the federal government to force people to buy things they don't want to buy, such as health insurance. The requirement in the Obama bill that they do so is therefore unconstitutional. In addition, the bill requires states to make huge expenditures that they would not otherwise make, which is also unconstitutional. In the case of Arizona, this is a requirement to spend an additional $1 billion per year, approximately, which is money that Arizona does not have."

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