Thursday, May 25th, 2017

In The News

6/17/2013 – Eleventh Hour Rescue

Dear Fans of Freedom, It is with great joy that I’m able to announce that The Fund for Personal Liberty will live on.  In a few weeks, the corporation will be transferred to a new board of directors who intend to continue the fight for personal liberty. Those of you who have been with us since the beginning will remember my frustration that it took 472 days for the IRS to approve our 501(c)(3)... [Read more]

5/31/2013 – The Fund for Personal Liberty Disbands

The Fund for Personal Liberty corporation is disbanding at the end of day May 31, 2013.  We wish to thank the many donors, journalists, and interested readers who supported us through the years. This website will continue forward as a private project, so any future contributions will NOT be tax-deductible.  Although we are disbanding the corporation, we will continue to discuss ways to ensure... [Read more]

1/7/2013 – Supreme Court Takes Expedient Route

On January 7, 2013, the Supreme Court of the United States denied our writ of certiorari.  See: SCOTUS Denies Appeal, one line on Page 4 reading, “12-262 HALL, BRIAN, ET AL. V. SEBELIUS, SEC. OF H&HS, ET AL.” The decision to deny an appeal was the easy way out for the Supreme Court.  The three branches of government all have the ability to reign in bureaucratic overreach, but none... [Read more]

10/1/12 – Cato and ACRU Help

DOJ Receives Extension ~  On September 19, 2012, the Supreme Court granted the Department of Justice a one month extension to October 29, 2012, to file their response to our petition. It is standard procedure to grant an extension, we did not contest the request. Two Amicus Briefs Filed ~  It is was a great honor to have two organizations lend their legal expertise to the Medicare Lawsuit as part... [Read more]

9/17/2012 Constitution Day

Constitution Day Americans have great pride in the Constitution, a document that clearly delineates the responsibilities of each of the three branches of the United States government. The second paragraph in the Constitution reads: Article. I. Section. 1. All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.... [Read more]

8/27/12 Medicare Case Challenges Bureaucratic Coercion

The legal community and members of the press are following the Medicare Lawsuit, among them is Quin Hillyer who recently wrote: Governmental coercion, without benefit of due legal process, is just as wrong when used against an individual as when used against a state. To read the entire article, see Medicare Case Challenges Bureaucratic Coercion Have you seen a mention of the Medicare Lawsuit in the... [Read more]

8/24/2012 We Petitioned the Supreme Court

Friends, It’s Go Time! Petition to the Supreme Court of the United States went into the mail to be delivered Monday! This is what we’ve been working toward! We have always known that the fight for health freedom would go to the SCOTUS. Strangely, the government, financially insolvent, has fought us tooth and nail. We are fighting for people like Leigh, a woman who only uses “natural”... [Read more]

3/23/2012 Petition for Rehearing “en banc”

Kent Masterson Brown filed the Petition for Rehearing and Suggestion for Rehearing En Banc yesterday.  Mr. Brown wrote, Already, the United States Court of Appeals, on its own motion, has directed the Government fifteen days within which to file a response.  This is the first indication the Court may well grant our Motion for a Rehearing En Banc.  Generally, no responses are ordered to be filed. ... [Read more]

2/7/2012 Appeals Court Upholds US District Court Opinion

It was with mixed emotion that we received the news that the US Court of Appeals upheld the US District Court opinion finding against Brian Hall and his co-plaintiffs.  Brian Hall wishes to not be enrolled in  Medicare, Part A, the Hospital Insurance.  Unfortunately, he and every other person who enrolls for their Social Security Retirement Benefits will be automatically enrolled in Medicare as... [Read more]

9/19/11 Oral Arguments October 13

Great news! All of the Medicare Lawsuit briefs have been submitted to the US Court of Appeals in Washington, DC, and we are on track for oral arguments on October 13, 2011. Our lawsuit argues that “entitlements” are not “mandates” and that retirees should be able to receive Social Security Retirement benefits without being forced to enroll in Medicare Hospital Insurance (Part... [Read more]

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