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Latest John Roberts Items
Forging into the latter half of his historic presidency, Barack Obama urged the nation at his second inauguration Monday to work together on a liberal agenda of America's "limitless possibilities," such as reversing climate change, advancing gay rights and strengthening the social safety net.
The Barack Hussein Obama of 2009 has been replaced in President Obama's second inaugural celebration by "Barack H. Obama."
Barack Hussein Obama took the presidential oath at 11:55 Sunday morning in a small ceremony at the White House, gripping the reins of office for another four-year term and a chance to build on his already historic legacy — though unlike the beginning of his first term, he now faces a divided Congress capable of thwarting him.
The Green family, owners of the craft goods store Hobby Lobby, has taken a courageous stand for religious freedom and for life by defying the Obamacare mandate requiring employers to provide coverage for their employees' emergency contraceptives, which violate their religious views on abortion.
It's official: From presidential campaign politics to a world gone "Gangnam Style," 2012 was the most dubious year yet.
In the lush hills of northern Thailand, a herd of 20 elephants is excreting some of the world's most expensive coffee.
Because Inauguration Day falls on a Sunday this time, President Obama will hold a small, private swearing-in ceremony on Jan. 20 and stage a big public redo the next day.
Suppose the federal government introduces a new religion and requires your attendance. It's pretty clear the Constitution does not provide our government with the right to do that. However, according to the precedent established by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and other justices, the government would have the right to impose a tax upon those who did not attend services at its church. If this tax is large enough to coerce even one person to attend, the government would have come up with another way to invoke its power over the individual. We can thank Obamacare for such a threat to our freedom.
The legal fight against Obamacare lives on. On Monday, the Supreme Court vacated an appellate court ruling that had favored the health care takeover and granted opponents a second chance to make their case that the law is unconstitutional.