Punishment, calls for impeachment are alarming
Rasmussen Polls announced the results of a poll taken yesterday concerning the upcoming primary in Pennsylvania.
Yesterday, Mitt Romney, the leading contender for the GOP race for the presidential nomination, swept the most recent primaries.
On the eve of Supreme Court arguments challenging the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a legal expert and faculty member of the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics has vigorously defended the constitutionality of its most controversial provision, the â€œindividual mandateâ€ to purchase health insurance by 2014 or face a monetary penalty.
The Supreme Courtâ€™s ruling on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will have a major impact on the presidential campaign, says Timothy D. McBride, PhD, health economist and associate dean for public health at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.
â€œThe Supreme Court should not adopt the plaintiffsâ€™ proposed rule forbidding Congress from imposing affirmative obligations for three chief reasons:
Senate Joint Resolution 13 calls for a U.S. constitutional amendment prohibiting unlimited third-party spending in campaigns
Romney's own senior campaign adviser dealt a blow to the Romney campaign on CNN when he made a comment about Romney's possible future stance on issues in the upcoming General Elections.
Santorum, the former Governor of Pennsylvania, has a comfortable lead in opinion polls in the state of Louisiana with elections just two days away.