Dr. Lee KuriskoAs part of its Choose Freedom — Stop ObamaCare campaign, The John Birch Society has been sponsoring talks by distinguished doctors all across the country. On October 25, Dr. Lee Kurisko spoke to hundreds of concerned citizens in Albany, New York. Dr. Kurisko, author of Health Reform: End of the American Revolution?, knows the risks of centrally planned healthcare firsthand from his experiences under the socialist healthcare system in Canada, where he practiced medicine before relocating to the United States.

On two separate occasions, the League of Women Voters has refused to allow a debate audience to recite the Pledge of Allegiance, forcing the crowds to break out into a spontaneous recitation. The first incident took place last week in Illinois, while the second happened on Tuesday, October 26, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

With the 2010 midterm elections less than a week away, Americans and ambitious politicians are already looking to the 2012 elections and asking who will come forward to take on President Obama and his liberal progressive agenda in the next presidential campaign. The Blaze reports that Indiana Republican Congressman Mike Pence is considering stepping down from his post as House Republican Chairman to do just that.

The 2010 midterm elections have been notable thus far for a variety of reasons, including the fierceness of the campaigns as well as the clear voter enthusiasm unparalleled by other such elections.

Law professor Robert Natelson wrote that because Congress has stretched its definition of “commerce” so far beyond that originally intended by the founders, “it is up to the people to recall the federal government to its constitutional limits.” Known as the “Commerce power,” Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution says that “the Congress shall have Power … to regulate Commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several states.”

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