Thursday, May 25th, 2017

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Washington, DC – Attorneys for Brian Hall and his co-plaintiffs filed the final document in the US Court of Appeals in Washington, DC, today. The response to the governments’ arguments makes it clear that Medicare is an “entitlement” and not a “mandate.” As such, retirees should not be forced into Medicare as a condition of [...]

Washington, DC – The plaintiffs in Hall v. Sebelius, the “Medicare Lawsuit” filed their appeal after a surprising loss in the Washington, DC Us District Court. The Medicare lawsuit challenges the guidelines published in the procedure manual used to administer Social Security and Medicare entitlements. The current procedure forces retirees who receive Social Security Retirement [...]

June 16, 2011, marks the third anniversary of our founding. Since 2008 the Medicare Lawsuit has been our focus through which we are fighting to restore your right to opt out of Medicare Hospital Insurance without foregoing your Social Security benefits. Court of Appeals Update We have been notified that we must file our first Court of [...]

CIVIL NOTICE OF APPEAL Notice is hereby given this 22nd day of March, 2011, that Plaintiffs, Brian Hall, Lewis Randall, Norman Rogers, John Kraus and Richard K. Armey, hereby appeal to the Untied States Court of Appeals for the district of Columbia Circuit from the Judgment and Order of this court entered on the 16th [...]