The partisan press is currently focused on the string of high profile rebukes President Obama has received from the High Court, and not without reason. I am more interested in looking at the picture that emerges when we examine those cases in context. The Court has issued at least 20 decisions against the Obama administration specifically, or against government authority in general. Most of these decisions have been unanimous.
On everything from employer mandates to cellphone snooping, the Court is drawing a line around individual protections and using the First Amendment to do so. They have also shown a keen interest in reigning in alleged excesses of executive authority. With so many examples to choose from it was difficult to select just the top six.
Update: I didn't include it but I should give honorable mention to a recent case where the Obama administration had brought terrorism charges against a woman involved in a lovers' spat. She had smeared a chemical substance on the doorknob of a woman who was having an affair with her husband. The Justice Department brought chemical weapons charges against here. The Court ruled unanimously that such a broad interpretation of a statute meant for wartime enemies would give the government the power to brand anyone a terrorist.