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June 29, 2012

Overturning the veto of Democratic Governor John Lynch, the New Hampshire legislature has enacted a significant reform of medical malpractice, one that can serve as a...

Among the unfortunate things about the ObamaCare ruling is that it's taking oxygen away from some important stories. None more important than Eli Lake’s sensational scoop at...

Having already written about the majority opinion by Chief Justice Roberts, what about the politics of the decision? I have argued before that while overturning the...

Senate Republicans have been calling on President Obama to appoint a special prosecutor to look into the national security leaks from the White House. This...

Over at the blog of his publisher Tin House this morning, the novelist Christopher R. Beha recommends six books on conversion to Roman Catholicism, the...

So we now know Congress cannot make us eat broccoli under the Commerce Clause, but can do so by enacting a broccoli mandate and imposing a...

I will grant that the opinion written by Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., which upheld the Affordable Care Act (ACA) as constitutional based not...

I find it hard to believe the spin that the Supreme Court upholding the health care law is somehow politically better for Republicans because it...

In the opening chapter of his new book Twilight of the Elites, the Nation’s Chris Hayes makes an astute point about the challenge then-Senator Barack...

The most important sentence in Justice Roberts’s opinion yesterday upholding the Affordable Care Act is the least arresting. The new ObamaCare tax, which Roberts created...

There are several fascinating and provocative pieces today—among them one by Sean Trende, one by Jay Cost, and one by COMMENTARY contributor Adam J. White—that...

Get used to hearing about Obama’s “massive” middle-class tax hike from Republicans, as they try to squeeze lemonade from yesterday’s Supreme Court decision. The administration...