Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
The heads of Germany and France have united in calling for a new intelligence relationship with the United States after allegations of surveillance surfaced in a Snowden document.
The White House orchestrated a sting operation to catch and silence a security council insider using Twitter to criticize the administration's foreign policy.
The National Conference of State Legislature reports on the status of state laws restricting the use of drones.
Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) issued a statement declaring that the UN Arms Trade Treaty violates the Second Amendment.
Every time President Obama orders a drone pilot to launch missiles at a “suspected terrorist,” he may be violating international law and committing actionable war crimes. This is the conclusion reached by two human rights organizations which have released reports condemning the civilian death toll of the drone war.
In a letter addressed to President Obama, a bipartisan group of 50 senators informed the president they will not ratify the UN's Arms Trade Treaty.
Senator Rand Paul has proposed a constitutional amendment that would require federal officials to live by the laws they pass.
In an essay published by Cato, Roger Pilon questions Congress's commitment to constitutional limits on its power.
The federal government is awarding multi-million dollar grants to local governments to help them purchase high-tech surveillance equipment.
As the Obama administration cancels aid to Egypt, questions arise regarding the relation of that decision to the ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood.