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Edward " Ned " Kelly (June 1854 or 1855 – 11 November 1880) [ 1 ] was an Irish Australian bushranger . He is considered by some to be merely a cold-blooded killer, while others consider him to be a folk hero and symbol of Irish Australian resistance against the Anglo-Australian ruling class . [ 2 ] Kelly was born in Victoria to an Irish convict father, and as a young man he clashed with the Victoria Police . Following an incident at his home in 1878, police parties searched for him in the bush. After he killed three policemen, the colony proclaimed Kelly and his gang wanted outlaws . A final violent confrontation with police took place at Glenrowan on 28 June 1880.
When reporter John Stossel announced in 2009 that he was leaving ABC for Fox News, some readers complained about his “bias.” Stossel replied: “Every reporter has political beliefs.
The decision was a victory for Mr. Obama and Congressional Democrats, affirming the central legislative achievement of Mr. Obama’s presidency.
The decision keeps in place the largest new social program in a generation, a major overhaul of the health-care system that could extend coverage to about 30 million Americans.
Supporters of President Obama's healthcare law demonstrate in front… (Alex Wong / Getty Images )
NEW: Mitt Romney's campaign raises $3.2 million in hours after the ruling President Barack Obama calls the ruling a victory for the American people The Supreme Court finds the "individual mandate" is constitutional as a tax The 2010 Affordable Care Act is the signature legislation of the Obama presidency Washington (CNN) -- The U.S. Supreme Court's ruling upholding the health care law championed by President Barack Obama reignited an intense debate, with Democrats celebrating millions of Americans getting access to insurance while Republicans railed against what they contend is a dangerous expansion of government.
The Supreme Court has upheld President Obama's health care overhaul. The court Thursday ruled as constitutional the so-called individual mandate requiring most Americans to obtain health insurance starting in 2014. The ruling is a victory for the president, ensuring for now that his signature domestic policy achievement remains intact.