Saturday, November 29th, 2014

Dear Friend, We at the Fund for Personal Liberty wish to thank everyone who has helped make this year a success. The Medicare Lawsuit has a long road ahead and we are grateful for all of our subscribers, donors, journalists, and leaders in the freedom movement who are following and nurturing the progress of the [...]

Medicare Lawsuit Co-Plaintiff Dick Armey Discusses The Medicare Lawsuit The Medicare Lawsuit seeks to restore a freedom to retirees that others take for granted; the right to say, “No Thank you” to Medicare. Dick Armey, past Leader of the House of Representatives, is a co-plaintiff to the Medicare Lawsuit. He sat down with Beth Powersof [...]

Thank you, everyone, for your continuing support and interest in Hall v. Sebelius, the Medicare Lawsuit. On June 14, 2010, our final brief will be filed with the US District Court of Washington, DC, after which, Judge Rosemary Collyer will schedule oral arguments and then render a decision on the issue of whether one may [...]

The status conference opened with Judge Collyer considering the government’s Motion for Discovery (further investigation) of items contained in our complaint.  Kent Masterson Brown recounted: The government’s counsel responded by stating that he believed discovery was in order because the Government needed to determine whether the decisions of the Plaintiffs not to accept Medicare, Part A, [...]

November 5, 2009 Dear Donors and Subscribers, Brian Hall, the lead plaintiff in the Medicare Lawsuit, is on his way to regaining his freedom to contract for health insurance.  Mr. Hall’s health freedom was taken by government workers who wrote procedures for administering Social Security and Medicare that prevent him from opting out of Medicare [...]

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release September 30, 2009 Contact: Sonia Blumstein, 205.620.2087 or Sonia@PRoactiveSolutionsInc.net   JUDGE CLEARS WAY TO VOID RULES MANDATING ENROLLMENT IN MEDICARE, PART A, AS A CONDITION OF RECEIVING SOCIAL SECURITY RETIREMENT BENEFITS  Motion to Dismiss Denied; Summary Judgment Pending WASHINGTON, DC—In an opinion handed down on September 29, Judge Rosemary Collyer [...]

We have just received notice from the U.S. District Court of the entry of a Memorandum Opinion by Judge Collyer in our case. The bottom line of the Opinion is this: the Court denied the Government’s Motion to Dismiss Plaintiffs Hall, Kraus and Armey because the three Plaintiffs had actually applied for Social Security and been forced [...]