Right to Work Foundation attorneys argued purported recess appointments were invalid because Senate was not in recess
Washington, DC – The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on Friday struck down President Barack Obama’s controversial purported “recess appointments” to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys filed an amicus curiae brief jointly with the Landmark Legal Foundation in the case, Noel Canning v. NLRB. Continue reading →
“The only hope for the world is to make sure there is not another United States. We can’t let other countries have the same number of cars, the amount of industrialization we have in the US. We have to stop these Third World countries right where they are.” Michael Oppenheimer (Environmental Defense Fund)
The reminders are put in front of us every day. Poverty in the world. How horrible. Starving children. Unimaginable hardships. Hopelessness. “SOMEONE MUST DO SOMETHING!”
Of course, the answer for the world leadership is to throw money at the problem, either Continue reading →
Washington, DC – Tuesday marked four decades of violence against preborn children. Since January 22, 1973, America has aborted about 54 million preborn children. By contrast, we have lost under 1 million people in all the wars in American history combined, from the Revolution to the Civil War to Afghanistan
Abortion hits minority communities the hardest. While African-Americans make up Continue reading →
Washington, DC – “While the threat of Islamic terrorism is playing out in various parts of the world, the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point is studying America’s ‘violent’ conservatives, including anti-federalists and fundamentalists,” said Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel.
The new report contains in-depth analysis, conducted exclusively for Judicial Watch by former State Department Security Special Agent Raymond Fournier, examines the critical time period leading up to the Benghazi attack, when repeated requests for increased Continue reading →
Richmond, VA – The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia on Friday set briefing and oral argument dates in the Obamacare case of Liberty University v. Geithner. Liberty Counsel represents Liberty University and two private individuals in this case. On November 26, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court directed the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear the case. Liberty Counsel’s brief is due February 27, and oral argument will occur the week of May 14-17. The Court directed briefing on the following issues:
Lewis F. Powell, Jr. U.S. Courthouse in Richmond, Virginia. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Whether, in light of Nat’l Fed’n of Indep. Bus. v. Sebelius, 132 S. Ct. 2566 (2012), the Anti-Injunction Act, 26 U.S.C. § 7421(a), bars this challenge to the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate, 26 U.S.C. § 4980H;
Whether, in light of NFIB, the employer mandate exceeds Congress’ powers under the Commerce, Necessary and Proper, and Taxing and Spending Clauses; and Continue reading →
It’s obvious that President Obama wants to curtail our Second Amendment freedoms. It’s now completely believable that Americans’ constitutional right to own and use firearms might even be diminished with the stroke of Obama’s autopen signature.
American democracy is called a “grand experiment.” It is not called this out of some romanticized Continue reading →
LOS ANGELES — Barely a month after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn, President Barack Obama used children as a backdrop to make sweeping gun proposals and violate the privacy of law-abiding Americans. Obama’s executive orders included a federal background check system requiring states to share the private medical records of their residents with the feds and gives doctors the “authority” to inquire and report patients with guns if they show signs of certain mental illnesses under Obamacare (Affordable Care Act). BOND Action Founder and President, Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson issued the following statement regarding the president’s Continue reading →