President Obama's attempts at circumventing Congress ran into a roadblock at the Supreme Court recently. First there is the case of Recessed Appointments, then there is the case of Buffer Zones, and finally the case of Hobby Lobby.
Recessed Appointments are not new with President Obama. What is new is his habit of deciding that the Senate is not really in session when it says it is in session. The Supreme Court disagreed with him. Mr. Riddle explores the history of this case, the Supreme Court decision, and its impact.
Buffer Zones. In an age of Tolerance, the government became intolerant toward those who believe in the right to life and are opposed to abortion. It created buffer zones, not to protect life and limb as many claim but to keep right to life protestors from picketing abortion clinics. The Supreme Court again stepped on the president's toes. Mr. Riddle explores this issue.
Hobby Lobby. ObamaCare once again is in the news. The Supreme Court is expected to rule Monday on whether the government can use onerous fines to threaten family businesses, like those run by the Green and Hahn families, to violate their religious beliefs.
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About R. Frederick Riddle
Mr. Riddle is a Christian author, blogger, and talk radio host, who provides a one-stop resource for his books, and blog (https://www.goodreads.com/
He is known for his Christian fictions books and for his Blog Talk Radio program R Frederick Riddle Talk Show. His books bring to life Biblical characters and events, while his show explores the modern world's news and events from a Christian point of view.