Category Archives: Kagan BS

VIDEO: THE JUSTICE WHO KNEW TOO MUCH

Last July, I wrote a column for the American Spectator about Elena Kagan’s conflict of interest where ObamaCare is concerned. Since then, more damning information has come out about her involvement in preparing the legal defense of PPACA. In this video, Michael Ostrolenk interviews Carrie Severino, Policy Director of the Judicial Crisis Network, about their new report: [...]

MORE EMAIL EVIDENCE SHOWS KAGAN WAS INVOLVED IN OBAMACARE LEGAL PREP

No matter how many whoppers she told Congress, Justice Kagan was obviously involved in orchestrating the administration’s legal strategy for fighting ObamaCare challenges. In fact, she was working on it before the bill even passed: Internal Justice Department email communications made just days before the House of Representatives passed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act [...]

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE LAUNCHES PROBE OF KAGAN’S ROLE IN OBAMACARE DEFENSE PREP

In my American Spectator piece about Justice Elena Kagan’s conflict of interest concerning PPACA, I noted that 49 Republicans had last week sent a letter to the House Judiciary Committee asking for an investigation of her role in preparing the defense of the health “reform” law: The GOP letter … suggests that Kagan was less than [...]

OBAMACARE AND JUSTICE KAGAN’S OBVIOUS CONFLICT OF INTEREST

My latest column for the American Spectator discusses Elena Kagan’s conspicuous conflict of interest and the obvious need for her to recuse herself in any case the Court hears concerning PPACA: Self-recusal is the only honest course of action open to Justice Kagan if any of the constitutional challenges to ObamaCare reach the Supreme Court. As [...]

DOJ LAWYER WHO DEFENDED OBAMACARE LAST WEDNESDAY IN 11TH CIRCUIT RESIGNS

As I noted in my my recent American Spectator column, the government lawyer who defended ObamaCare before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals last week was Neal Katyal. Katyal has been acting U.S. Solicitor General since Elena Kagan, the former Solicitor General, was elevated to the U.S. Supreme Court. But he was passed over for the permanent [...]

OBAMACARE HAS A ROUGH DAY IN COURT

On Wednesday, the President’s lawyers came to Atlanta to defend ObamaCare in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. My latest column for the American Spectator takes a look at the skeptical questions posed by the three-judge panel: The good news, for the government lawyers who on Wednesday defended ObamaCare against a constitutional challenge brought by [...]

WHY KAGAN MUST RECUSE HERSELF WHEN SCOTUS HEARS OBAMACARE CASES

This is the only course of action open to an honest justice. No matter how many whoppers she and her masters in the White House tell, she was clearly involved in orchestrating the administration’s strategy for fighting the ObamaCare challenges. In fact, she assigned at least one of the DOJ lawyers to the defense team—Neal [...]