You've already got Richard's Hoover column below, our joint appearance on the Ricochet podcast yesterday, and an hour-long analysis of the Supreme Court's ObamaCare decision on today's episode of "Law Talk." But for the constitutional law aficionado who needs everything, there's also my column out today at the Daily Caller, which reviews Chief Justice John Roberts' opinion and its misreading of the Constitution and national politics. A sample:
The court’s refusal to bless the idea of a limitless Commerce Clause restored the central constitutional principle that the federal government has only limited powers. But it is mostly a symbolic victory that does little to limit the growth of our massive, unaccountable administrative state. As the challengers to Obamacare admitted during the oral arguments at the court, no other federal law depends on reading the Commerce Clause to include inactivity. Put another way, every other federal law in existence remains constitutional even after Sebelius. The federal government will continue to grow, add more billions to our federal deficit every day and limit more private freedoms with more regulations.