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Radio stations (ones around Seattle at least) still play that song, but they cut it off before the last verse. Makes the song just a little less embarrassing to listen to. With the Mass. law being constitutional, the mandate requiring people to buy insurance is a done deal. Twenty-four months from now, SCOTUS will strike down the requirement, with a strongly-wording statement about how this is totally wrong. January, 2012 (after the election, of course) the will be a bill that requires each state to pass a mandate, or loose highway money. QED. What MA does may be constitutional, but that depends on the particulars of the MA ...
– “Senator Coburn, um…” That was all Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan could muster in response to what should have been a simple question from Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn. He was asking of Kagan, “Do we have the power to tell people what they have to eat every day?” It’s actually a good question. Considering the expansive interpretation of the so-called Commerce Clause in Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution by federal courts over the past century, how Kagan interprets it could very well determine if Congress can, for example, compel individuals to eat fruits and vegetables as ... Read More
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