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Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law Wednesday a bill the National Rifle Association has called "the most comprehensive pro-gun reform legislation introduced in recent history."

 

 

The Supreme Court ruled that Michigan voters were free to ban affirmative action since the U.S. Constitution did not prohibit them from doing so.

In the wake of the now-infamous federal abuse unleashed on the Bundy ranching family and its supporters in Nevada, defenders of the heavy-handed terror tactics employed by the Obama administration’s Bureau of Land Management are finding themselves increasingly marginalized as potentially violent extremists. That is especially true for U.S. Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.), who after launching a series of bizarre tirades against the ranchers and their friends, is being widely criticized and ridiculed — especially for his dangerous attempt to equate American citizens who protest government with “domestic terrorists.”

A Missouri state senator has asked the state attorney general to opine on the constitutionality of two gun grab nullification bills.

An April 9 report by Martin Gilens, a professor of politics at Princeton University, and Benjamin Page, a political science professor at Northwestern University, finds that the majority does not rule in the United States. The researchers further conclude “that if policymaking is dominated by powerful business organizations and a small number of affluent Americans, then America’s claims to being a democratic society are seriously threatened.”

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