Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.

A Virginia bill blocks the indefinite detention of citizens and shines a light on federal operatoins within the state.

Attorney General Eric Holder's new asset forfeiture policy subtly attacks the Second and Tenth Amendments.

The Supreme Court announced it will issue a ruling this year on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage.

License plate trackers are now equipped to take pictures of passengers, and send those photographs to police databases.

The federal government apparently isn’t content with remotely watching and recording your every electronic (and real world) movement; it will soon control microdrones that could then be sent surreptitiously into your home.

A new bill proposed in Missouri would prevent local resources from being used to support federal surveillance schemes.

A newly manufactured bullet can change direction mid-flight.

Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) has reportedly organized a group to unseat conservative activists within the Arizona Republican Party in advance of an anticipated 2016 reelection bid.

HarperCollins, a publisher owned by Rupert Murdoch, was caught omitting Israel from maps sold in the Middle East.

Congress is secretly expanding the NSA's ability to collect and share electronic data of Americans gathered without a warrant.

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