Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
Several recent stories published around the country claim that the effort by states to nullify unconstitutional acts of the federal government is itself unconstitutional.
The Arizona state House of Representatives passed and a state Senate committee has approved a bill that would nullify federal attempts to enforce the NDAA's indefinite detention provisions.
Senator John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) is accusing the Obama State Department of bypassing Congress and the Constitution in order to give $500 million to the UN Green Climate Fund.
An American citizen reportedly surrendered to Kurdish troops in northern Iraq. He is suspected of having fought with ISIS.
Both Donald Trump and Ted Cruz have positioned themselves as anti-establishment outsiders, yet both are seeking the advice of a number of high-ranking, influential “insiders.”
Despite promising to preside over the "most transparent government in history," President Obama keeps acts of his administration well hidden.
On March 7, at least 150 people were killed in an airstrike conducted by the U.S. armed forces in Somalia. The evidence of the victims' threat to the United States has not been produced.
By a margin of over 3-1, members of the Missouri state senate overcame a marathon 2-day filibuster to approve a bill protecting religious freedom in the Show Me State.
A bill blocking enforcement in Arizona of any unconstitutional act of the federal government has been passed by a key committee of the state House of Representatives.
The New Hampshire House of Representatives voted to consider a bill that would make jury nullification a part of the state's criminal code.