Constitutional Scholar Natelson Calls SCOTUS ObamaCare Ruling "Sophistry"

Constitutional scholar and former law professor Rob Natelson addressed the Supreme Court's ruling on ObamaCare. He spoke at a June 29 rally in Denver.

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Comment by W. Branstetter on July 5, 2012 at 2:22am

Rob Natelson spoke at the June 29, 2012, AFP rally regarding the Supreme Court ruling and Chief Justice Roberts' determination.  This may have been the most important message delivered that Friday.


Thanks to Ari Armstrong for posting this.  Additionaly, Montana Policy Institute caught the message and posted it along with other information on the healthcare ruling.


In the second hour of the Amy Oliver radio show Tuesday, July 3, 2012, Rob Natelson was in studio (1310 KFKA) to speak on the subject of the ruling.


July 3, 2012 - Hour 2

Independence Institute constitutional scholar Rob Natelson explains why is glass  is 20 percent full regarding the SCOTUS decision upholding ObamaCare.

Rob Natelson had been on the Amy Oliver show during both the first and second hours on June 26, 2012, discussing rulings and expected rulings.

June 26, 2012 - Hour 1

Riding again for Courage Classic to raise money for Children’s Hospital and need  help with donations! Independence Institute constitutional scholar Rob Natelson  discusses the make up of the Supreme Court and ObamaCare. This date in history:  Name the public construction project approved on this date in 1956 by Congress.  At $30 billion it was the largest project approved at this point in history.

June 26, 2012 - Hour 2

Continuing our conversation with Rob Natelson he details the four possible  decisions concerning ObamaCare that SCOTUS might issue. He also talks about the  Citizens United case that has the professional left losing its mind.

Dave Kopel has also prepared audio files on the ruling at:

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