The editors of Antiwar.com are suing the FBI for access to surveillance files they say the agency has compiled on them and their online magazine.
A lawsuit announced on May 17 in Denver to void two of Colorado's most restrictive gun control laws was supported by most of Colorado's sheriffs, and is only the first round fired in the legal battle against them.
A bill nullifying ObamaCare in South Carolina is being held up in the state Senate Finance Committee by the chairman.
A small business owner in West Plains, Missouri, is offering three parcels of land free of charge to gun manufacturers or distributors currently doing business in states with restrictive gun laws.
News that the U.S. Department of Justice secretly obtained two months of telephone records of reporters and editors of the Associated Press has triggered a storm of protest.
In a letter to Senator Harry Reid, the Department of Justice reported that the FISA court approved every request by the government to place citizens under electronic surveillance.
Both houses of the Missouri state legislature have approved a Second Amendment preservation bill. That bill will now go to the governor for his signature or veto.
The Texas state House of Representatives passed several bills protecting the right of its citizens to keep and bear arms.
Maricopa County, Arizona, Sheriff Joe Arpaio is participating in a lawsuit challenging the legality of President Obama's birth certificate.
In the wake of a humiliating defeat for gun-control advocates in the Senate last month, President Obama and a coalition of allied anti-Second Amendment extremists vowed not to give up the fight. Unlike many promises, however, the administration is already making good on that particular lawless threat, seeking to bypass Congress and use “executive actions” to impose a controversial assault on gun rights and healthcare privacy through Kathleen Sebelius’ Department of Health and Human Services.