Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
In a new article in National Review, Victor Davis Hanson warns that nullification could lead to a second Civil War.
A new law in Alaska recognizes the innate right of parents to control the content and quality of their children's education.
Under the Obama administration, the national debt grows by $1 trillion every year, and when this catches up to us, the country will suffer greatly.
A new law in Illinois will prevent law enforcement from using Stingray devices without first obtaining a court order.
Edward Snowden and William Binney question the veracity of the DNC's claim that Russia was behind the breach of their network security.
After a meeting in the White House with police union representatives, President Obama is reversing his ban on the sale of military equipmenmt to local law enforcement.
A Clinton insider just said Hillary would reverse her position and come out in support of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) if she’s elected president.
Senator Mike Lee has offered a bill that would return legislative power to the Congress, as set out in Article I of the Constitution.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) reports that he is “about seven votes short” of the 60 votes he believes would be procedurally sufficient to get a vote in the Senate.
The United Nations has produced several "research" papers predicting that soon it will be too hot to do any labor-intensive work.