Posts Tagged ‘obamacare’

Obamacare’s hidden marriage penalty

June 6th, 2014 Comments off


The News Story – The hidden marriage penalty in Obamacare

While intending to provide universal healthcare coverage to all Americans, Obamacare may have unexpected penalties, making it harder for some to obtain health insurance. In particular, married couples at the middle and lower end of the income scale might have to pay more than their unmarried counterparts, when it comes to purchasing health insurance. Read more…

If you like your religion, you can keep your religion

January 28th, 2014 Comments off
Why does the Obama administration think that providing contraception is more important than religious freedom?

As we all know now, when President Obama repeatedly preached the tenet, “If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan,” what he really meant was that you could keep your insurance, not if you liked it, but if he liked it. Since then thousands of Americans have discovered that the insurance they liked did not meet Obamacare standards and so they got dumped from their plans and redirected toward the glitchy and hackable government website to choose president-approved healthcare. Read more…

Federal Judge Calls Obamacare “Totally Ineffective” While Striking Down Contraception Mandate

December 18th, 2013 Comments off

by Conn Carroll

Yesterday, Judge Brian Cogan of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, not only struck down Obamacare’s contraception mandate as applied to religious non-profit organizations, but also sent a strong signal that federal courts were losing patience with President Obama’s many stitches of executive power. Read more…

HHS mandate, the other Obamacare problem

November 21st, 2013 Comments off

The general public and the media are finally dealing with the reality of Obamacare. Great numbers of Americans have a nearly two year jump on that process.

To recap what many people probably forgot, the infamous HHS mandate was announced in January 2012, a throwdown to faith based institutions and employers requiring them to either violate their consciences or pay a prohibitive penalty. It signaled the government’s disregard for Constitutional and federal law protecting religious freedom rights. And it triggered an almost immediate response of legal challenges to the administrations’ audacious breach of those rights. Read more…

Waiting for the Supreme Court to rescue religious freedom

November 13th, 2013 Comments off
Business owners fighting Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate heard some good news last week.
by Dwight G. Duncan

Last Friday, November 1, the Federal appeals court in Washington DC ruled 2-1 that the so-called contraceptive mandate, a regulation under Obama’s Affordable Care Act that requires employers over a certain size to provide insurance for free contraceptives, morning-after pills, and sterilization, most likely violates the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Read more…

Married Couple Considers Divorce to Save Money on Obamacare

November 13th, 2013 Comments off

by Mary Chastain

Nona Willis-Aronoqitz, 29, and Aaron Cassara, 32, are full-time freelancers and earn more than $62,000 a year, which means they do not qualify for the subsidies under Obamacare. The couple realized, however, they would be able to afford the plans if they divorceRead more…

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Abortion Free Healthcare

October 1st, 2013 Comments off

Are you directly paying for abortion or abortion-inducing drugs? Under Obamacare, the answer is probably yes, unless you are very, very careful.

As you may know, this Tuesday, October 1st, will be the first day that Americans can sign up for Obamacare. However, you may not know that with Obamacare our tax-payer dollars, money from you and I, will be paying for abortions. Obamacare has a drawn a line in healthcare, and it is a line that we cannot cross. Read more…


June 28th, 2012 Comments off

from Helen Alvare

The Supreme Court has just announced its decision in the historic health care law cases Florida v. Dept. of Health and Human Services, and The National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius. The Court deemed the law constitutional. Read more…

The future of Obamacare

April 11th, 2012 Comments off

by Sheila Liaugminas

The individual mandate requring citizens to purchase something was challenged from the beginning in state and appellate courts, and opening argument were just heard before the US Supreme Court. The HHS mandate requiring citizens to purchase something that violates their conscience is being challenged in a first round of lawsuits with more joining by the week. Read more…

Mr. President: We Will Do No Harm

March 23rd, 2012 Comments off

Note: Dr. Morse was at the rally in San Diego.

“We Will Do No Harm!”

HHS REGIONAL OFFICE, SAN FRANCISCO, CA, March 23, 2012 – “The First Amendment is supposed to protect us from the tyranny of government forcing us to violate our consciences. But it is important to remember, the reason we don’t want to violate our consciences is not just a matter of principle, but a matter of not wanting to do what we know will cause harm to other people,” said Catholics for the Common Good President William B. May speaking to the local Stand Up For Religious Freedom Rally. Read more…