Go Georgia! Obama’s war on Civil Rights suffers a set-back.

The signatures of President Barack Obama, Vice...

 While this might not be the victory we had dared to hope for, it’s one small leap for mankind.  And we will take what we can get, now-a-days.





From Jazz Shaw at hotair:

Don’t expect this to be the last stop for the train, but during the next stage of the court challenge process, the individual mandate in Obamacare (not the entire law) has been found unconstitutional.

A federal appeals court ruled Friday that a provision in President Obama’s health care law requiring citizens to buy health insurance is unconstitutional, but didn’t strike down the rest of the law.

The decision is a major setback for the White House, which had appealed a ruling by a federal district judge who struck down the entire law in January. But the case is clearly headed to the Supreme Court, which will have the final say.

On Friday, the divided three-judge panel of the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals sided with 26 states that filed a lawsuit to block Obama’s signature domestic initiative.The panel said that Congress exceeded its constitutional authority by requiring Americans to buy insurance or face penalties.

Read it all here:


We’re celebrating with some ale, contented sighs, and a smidge of hope. 


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