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Good Monday 25 June, 2012.  This is a special edition of THE IDECLAIR SHOW…

>> The US Supreme Court announces its decision on controversial SB 1070, and the “papers please” component of the law is upheld.

Four Takeaways From Today’s Arizona Immigration Decision

By Ian Millhiser on Jun 25, 2012


>> Citizens United is here to stay apparently as Montana’s ban on corporate money was struck down. 

“Supreme Court’s Montana decision strengthens Citizens United”

Posted by  at 10:43 AM ET, 06/25/2012


>> On this special edition of THE IDECLAIR SHOW…  we discuss House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) admitting yesterday on FOX News Sunday, there is no evidence of White House involvement in “Fast & Furious” case.

The obvious, political witch hunt confirmed yesterday by Chairman Issa himself.

Issa: No Evidence of WH Involvement in “Fast & Furious”

Published on Jun 24, 2012 by

GOP Oversight Chair Admits There Is No Evidence Of White House Involvement In Fast And Furious

By Josh Israel on Jun 24, 2012 at 9:38 am


>> America awaits the US Supreme Court decisions on the Affordable Care Act, Arizona’s SB 1070 Law, and other cases.

“Supreme Court Announces Decisions; Health Care, Immigration Possible”

Monday, June 25, 2012

“The Supreme Court will issue decisions Monday on some of the six cases it has yet to rule on. Among them could be the widely anticipated rulings on the Affordable Care Act and on Arizona’s immigration law.

This is the final week of the Court’s 2011-2012 session. Experts expect rulings to come down on at least two days this week.

In March, the U.S. Supreme Court held three days of oral arguments on the multi-state lawsuit challenging the health care law. On March 26, 27 and 28 the Court Justices sat for a combined six hours to determine the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The case is officially known as Florida v. Department of Health & Human Services.

The court is considering four issues related to the case: whether the court has jurisdiction over a tax law that has yet to take effect, whether the individual mandate is constitutional, whether the court can strike down only part of the law without striking down the law in its entirety, and whether the law’s extension of Medicaid is constitutional.

The Arizona immigration case, Arizona v. United States, deals with the issue of a state creating a law in an area traditionally overseen by the federal government.

In addition to the health care and immigration rulings, decisions on the following four cases will be handed down:

U.S. v. Alvarez deals with a federal law that criminalizes false statements about military honors.

Miller v. Alabama and Jackson v. Hobbs, heard jointly, deal with whether a death sentence for a minor who committed the crime when he was 14 is considered cruel and unusual punishment.

First American Financial Corporation v. Edwards is a real estate case that asks whether a buyer has the right to sue if he was steered toward a certain title company due to a kickback.”

*** A MUST READ below:

10 Things You Would Miss About Obamacare

By Igor Volsky on Jun 24, 2012 at 12:20 pm


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