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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Wings of Freedom Tour, go see the planes that saved the world

The Collings Foundation will be doing the tour with WW2 aircraft this year.  They are going to be all over the state of California.  HERE is the link to the Foundation.If you like these vintage aircraft you should go and see them.  A few years ago another tour visited the Lincoln Airport and I took my sons to see a  B-17 and other ships.  It was fantastic.

The tour will be at McClellan on June 3-5 and cost $12.  HERE is their full state schedule.

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  1. Speaking of freedom, Obama is not happy about this one.

    A federal judge ruled Thursday against the administration in a challenge to a portion of the Affordable Care Act brought by the House of Representatives.

    At issue is the "cost sharing" provision in the law that requires insurance companies offering health plans through the law to reduce out-of-pocket costs for policy holders who qualify. The government offsets the added costs to insurance companies by reimbursing them. But lawyers for the House argued that Congress did not properly approve the money for those reimbursements.

    U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer, who was appointed to the bench by President George W. Bush, sided with the challengers but said that she would stay her ruling pending appeal. "Congress is the only source for such an appropriation, and no public money can be spent without one," she wrote.

    The Obama administration is expected to appeal the decision.

    Jonathan Turley, a lawyer for the House, said the ruling shows that the President's signature health care law "violated the Constitution in committing billions of dollars from the United States Treasury without the approval of Congress."

    "Judge Collyer's opinion is a resounding victory not just for Congress but for our constitutional system as a whole," Turley said in a statement. "We remain a system based on the principle of the separation of powers and the guarantee that no branch or person can govern alone. It is the very touchstone of the American constitutional system and today that principle was reaffirmed in this historic decision."

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    1. I am shocked that a Judge actually ruled correctly!

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    2. "Judge Collyer's opinion is a resounding victory not just for Congress but for our constitutional system as a whole"

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    3. Yes but the trillions in dollars will defeat this reasonable decision.

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