Liberty Counsel: Newly passed “Obamacare” is unconstitutional

by D. Bennett

The Liberty Counsel argues that the recently-passed H.R. 3590 is unconstitutional.

“Liberty Counsel will file suit challenging the constitutionality of the bill if it is signed by President Obama,” the release says.


ACLJ: We’re preparing legal challenges to health care reform bill

by D. Bennett

The American Center for Law and Justice is preparing a series of legal challenges to the recently-passed H.R. 3590, known colloquially as the health care reform bill.

“We are actively pursuing an aggressive litigation strategy now that the pro-abortion health care plan has been approved,” chief counsel Jay Sekulow writes.

The ACLJ writes that the fight over this bill is far from over; only the venue has been changed, “from Congress to the courts.”

ACLJ: Time to start over on health care

by D. Bennett

The American Center for Law and Justice argues that it is time to start over on the issue of health care reform.

The ACLJ has also developed unveiled its legal analysis of President Obama’s plan.

IRD: “Guilt-laden spectacle” anti-American

by Ruth Moon

Examining U.S. war crimes in a “guilt-laden spectacle” (in New York City next month) is “anti-American.”

Tooley says in an e-mail update that the religious left has “buyer’s remorse” over supporting President Obama, and is angry over abortion funding (and lack of it) in the health care plan.

ESA: Debt forgiveness and health care

by Ruth Moon
Ron Sider of Evangelicals for Social Action called for ESA e-mail subscribers to join in a “national call-in” last week to persuade Congress to move quickly to pass health care legislation.
ESA leadership is also signing a petition to President Obama to forgive Haiti’s debt, and is encouraging others to do the same.

American Family Association

by R. Burge

During a recent radio program Sen. Arlen Specter was unable to get a word in while his colleague Rep. Michelle Bachmann and reportedly told her to “act like a lady.” The AFA wonders if Specter has ever said anything similar to a male colleague.

The AFA reports that Pelosi feels that the House does not have the votes necessary to pass the Senate version of health care reform and they will have to go back to the drawing board.  The AFA responds, “Good riddance.”

Elijah Friedeman transcribes Scott Brown’s response when asked if he had considered running for President. While Brown’s answer was very well measured, it did not rule out the possibility.

Tasha Easterling notes that Glenn Beck is criticizing Scott Brown for some offhand comments he made about his daughters, mentioning that they were ‘on the market’. Beck compared that behavior to that of disgraced Representative Gary Condit.

Friedeman also mentions recent comments made by Keith Olbermann when he insinuated that Massachusetts voters are racist because they voted against the policies of the Obama administration.

Finally, Jerry Richardson goes on a long discourse using biblical passages to repudiate the Obama administration, believing him to be arrogant and calling him a ‘fool’.

Concerned Women for America

by R. Burge

The CWA sent out an email today asking that their readership not become complacent after the historic victory in Massachusetts but instead contact their representatives and ask that any health care reform package be stopped.