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One Year Anniversary of Janus vs AFSCME – Supreme Court: “No, unions not entitled to your money”

I was in Manchester yesterday morning for a meeting at the Americans for Prosperity/NH office.  During the meeting, it came out that the one year anniversary was happening and that if anyone had anything to say, well, we’d be happy to video it.  Not being used to being in front of the camera, and having …

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Breaking: SCOTUS Says Bladensburg Peace Cross Can Stay

In a 7-2 Decision, the US Supreme Court has ruled that a giant Cross in Bladensburg, Maryland does not violate the idea of a separation of church and state or the first amendment’s oft-abused clause, “shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.”

Hospitals Win $3 Billion in 7-1 Decision Over DHHS

The case: On Monday hospitals won at the Supreme Court. In Azar v. Allina Health Services which is a Medicare case with potentially wider implications for administrative law the justices came to a 7-1 decision. The ruling in this case provides a statutory interpretation analysis saying little about administrative law or Medicare. The issue… The …

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SCOTUS Answer to Census Question Could Save America

Democrats want illegal aliens counted on the 2020 US Census for apportioning seats in the US House. If illegals count, Democrats get more Congressional seats they can win virtually uncontested. That’s bad for liberty. It’s terrible for America.