Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
Eminent American historians Andrew Burstein and Nancy Isenberg not only pronounce the current Constitution dead, but they introduce us to its replacement before the body is even cold.
From the very title of the first installment, however, the saviors of our “democratic republic” start down a road that might lead to a new constitution, but get the very essence of our government wrong.
Governments — our own and those of other nations — manufacture and market fear as a means of robbing people of liberty.
This is the thesis of an insightful new book by the prolific Connor Boyack.
A grand jury in Georgia recommends no criminal charges be filed in the case of the no-knock raid that injured a toddler in May.
In November, voters in Arizona will consider Proposition 122, an amendment that would prevent enforcement of unconstitutional federal demands.
The Obama administration wants everyone to know that it claims the power to conduct dragnet surveillance of American phone records and that it is not going to bother revealing the source of that authority.
Not only is the content of the 9/11 Commission report being kept hidden, but so is the reason for its continuing classification.