Today is the 60th anniversary of the Supreme Court's Brown v. Board of Education decision, declaring segregated public schools unconstitutional.
Lawmakers in Missouri are at odds over a provision stripped from a bill nullifying unconstitutional federal gun regulations.
The movement is growing in the Western states for the federal government to transfer the "public lands" to the states, as intended by the Founding Fathers, and as called for in the enabling acts which created the states from the Western territories.
As the implementation deadline looms large for a deeply controversial new tax regime adopted largely by congressional Democrats and the Obama administration, critics of the measure are mounting a constitutional challenge, saying the scheme is wildly unconstitutional and must be struck down. Opponents of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, or FATCA, have now brought on one of America’s top constitutional lawyers, Jim Bopp, to lead the fight. In his initial analysis, the heavyweight attorney concluded that the sprawling addition to the U.S. tax code violates multiple provisions of the Constitution and, as such, must come down.