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Obamacare Lives thanks to politically-motivated court

July 7, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

Once again, the U.S. Supreme Court has bent over backwards to rule in favor of the Obama administration and keep “Obamacare” alive in Thursday’s decision regarding the latest challenge to the health-care law, King vs. Burwell.  Since the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, leaders from around the country have tried to work with the feds to improve and mitigate the law’s impact on their citizens.

Unfortunately, many felt they couldn’t get the improvements they needed and have gone to court over the law, but the sad truth is that the court has regularly and consistently focused on a political agenda rather than following the law. Read more »

Campaign 2014

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Is it Time for a new Phoenix Mayor? Meet Anna Brennan!

June 22, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

You are Invited to a Special Reception
Please join me and the rest of the host committee
In support of Anna’s Campaign for Mayor of Phoenix

Thursday, June 25th, 2015

5:30PM to 7:00PM

At the Peter Paulsen Residence

34 Biltmore Estates

Phoenix, Arizona 85016

Hors d’oeuvres and Beverages Served / Casual Attire

$150 minimum suggested donation

Please RSVP by Wednesday, June 24th, 2015 to:

Teresa Wright at teresawrightevents@gmail.com or call 623-498-7999

What does Anna Brennan stand for?  Check out BrennanforMayor2015.com.

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Politics Unplugged hi-lights Pro-Life Law

July 7, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

Abortion Pill Reversal – Senators Barto and Hobbs debate the merits of recent legislation ensuring women are informed it may be possible to reverse the effects of the abortion pill and have a second chance to save the life of her unborn child  – not be kept in the dark regarding the option.  View the piece on Politics Unplugged here.

Also see my ‘Women should not be lied to’ post.

Legislative Action

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On Obamacare and Marriage

July 7, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

Obamacare & Marriage: What the Court got Wrong – Next question: Will those who disagree be free to openly say so?   This debate is far from over… Next steps?  Protect the rights of all citizens, churches, and faith-based and affiliated organizations to live and act according to their beliefs about marriage without government coercion, discrimination, or penalty.

A warning from Canada: same-sex marriage erodes fundamental rights – is this what America can expect?

Justice Scalia Warns that SCOTUS Majority Worse than the 1776 Brits – I say it’s time for Constitutional reform

One State Leads the Fight for Health Freedom – Arizona – yes, we can – beat Obamacare!

Seven Reasons why ‘Getting Government out of the Marriage Business’ won’t work – Sounds like a solution, but think again. Read more »

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A Prayer for the Judiciary

July 7, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

Father, we thank you for our protective system of government in the United States, designed so that even our courts and those who serve the people within them are subject to the Constitution as the highest authority – so that everyone from the small to the mighty might be both protected and held accountable.

We thank you for providing such a wonderfully clear example of how this works in your word when you established the principles by which the Priests would act as judges in Ezekial 44: 24. You said, “In a dispute they shall take their stand to judge; they shall judge it according to My laws and My statutes” – providing the very standards by which judges were to decide an issue – not according to what they thought was right at the moment or making up their own laws or regulations. Read more »

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Obamacare Lives thanks to politically-motivated court

July 7, 2015 · Leave a Comment 

Once again, the U.S. Supreme Court has bent over backwards to rule in favor of the Obama administration and keep “Obamacare” alive in Thursday’s decision regarding the latest challenge to the health-care law, King vs. Burwell.  Since the Affordable Care Act was passed in 2010, leaders from around the country have tried to work with the feds to improve and mitigate the law’s impact on their citizens.

Unfortunately, many felt they couldn’t get the improvements they needed and have gone to court over the law, but the sad truth is that the court has regularly and consistently focused on a political agenda rather than following the law. Read more »

Legislative Action

On Obamacare and Marriage

On Obamacare and Marriage

Obamacare & Marriage: What the Court got Wrong – Next question: Will those who disagree be free to openly say so?   This debate is far from over… Next... [Read more]


News and Media

Politics Unplugged hi-lights Pro-Life Law

Politics Unplugged hi-lights Pro-Life Law

Abortion Pill Reversal – Senators Barto and Hobbs debate the merits of recent legislation ensuring women are informed it may be possible to reverse the effects of the abortion... [Read more]