What we have with Obama is the culmination of many things before, and will all happen again in the future.
It’s been an erosion on the family, on the economy and on our daily lives. It’s all been more of the same.
Will the courts do the right thing and stand for the people? For the answer, look at their track record in the past.
After battling Republicans in Congress for more than six years, President Obama and his lawyers will spend much of his remaining time in office fighting in the courts to preserve the administration’s most significant domestic achievements.
The fate of Obama’s healthcare law again rests with the Supreme Court, in a case that will decide this month whether the administration may continue to subsidize health insurance premiums for millions of low- and middle-income Americans.
Likewise Obama’s effort to defer deportation and extend work permits to as many 5 million immigrants in the U.S. illegally is stalled in a Texas federal court. And legal battles are just getting underway in Washington over his plan to fight climate change by forcing a 30% reduction in carbon pollution.