Last time, we talked about whether the federal Anti-Injuction Act barred challenges to the PPACA. All nine justices were united in the view that it did not, which leads us to the question whether the “shared responsibility payment” (“SRP”) provision of the PPACA was within the power of Congress to enact. Here we do not… Continue reading Yet More About the Supreme Court’s PPACA (Obamacare) Opinion (Part 3)
There are many on-line resources for math students these days. There are college/university level courses, such as those offered by MIT and Stanford. There are YouTube videos suitable for high school level study, such as Khan Academy and others. There are also many downloadable textbooks and on-line learning aids. A conscientious parent might ask, “What… Continue reading Calculus classes with a live teacher?