Obamacare minus the mandate
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
By Joel Achenbach Have to confess, I'm starting (late, maybe) to get kind of wrapped up in this SCOTUS/Obamacare story. The terminology is interesting — the justices are talking about “inactivity” and “severability” and are searching for a “limiting
JUSTICE SCALIA: — don't you think it's unrealistic to say leave it to Congress, as though you are sending it back to Congress for Congress to consider it dispassionately on balance, should we have this provision or should we
So I watched this clip of James Carville furiously spinning the suddenly-more-plausible possibility of Obamacare going down utterly in flames as being the most.
Download Podcast | iTunes | Podcast Feed On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Senator Ron Johnson to.