On Thursday, U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer appeared skeptical of the Obama administration’s position during arguments in an ObamaCare lawsuit filed by the U.S. House of Representatives against the White House. The suit, which marks the first by the full House against a sitting president, comes as the American people await a Supreme Court ruling on a separate lawsuit that challenges ObamaCare’s health insurance subsidies.

 

 

Senator Mike Lee published a blog rehearsing the history of John Wilkes, general warrants, and the Fourth Amendment.

The United States’ Trans-Pacific Partnership partner Malaysia's huge problem with human trafficking may force Obama and his congressional co-conspirators to pump the brakes on the fast track to passage of the TPP.

An FBI report admitting that no major cases have been cracked with surveillance powers authorized by the Patriot Act provides fodder to fuel the fire against extending the act's bulk data collection.

The terms of a “consent decree” under which the Cleveland Police Department (CPD) will now operate represent a long step toward turning the CPD into a branch of the federal government.

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