A new measure signed into law by the governor of Tennessee prevents the enforcement of international gun-control treaties within the sovereign borders of Tennessee.
A Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) was entered into by the ATF and the Glendale, Arizona Police Department requiring the latter to pay for the enforcement of the former's regulations in Arizona.
On Monday, the Missouri House of Representatives passed a “Constitutional Carry” bill. The measure passed by a vote of 112 to 37 and is now headed to the Senate for a vote.
The U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) last week made public its November 6, 2015 opinion expressing that it was "extremely concerned" about the failure of both the FBI and the NSA to “comply with its minimization procedures.” The Office of Director of National Intelligence responded by saying that it was an accident and officials did not mean to “leave the FISC with a misimpression or misunderstanding.”
The California Senate’s Public Safety Committee heard several bills on April 19, all designed to severely restrict Second Amendment-protected rights.
The Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA), which The New American has been reporting about for at least five years, has come to the attention of the major media.
The Oklahoma House of Representatives is playing Russian roulette with our U.S. Constitution, by calling for a second constitutional convention, a prospect that made James Madison "tremble." If that was the case in 1790, how would he feel in today's toxic political climate?
The Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments in the case of United States v. Texas, filed by Texas and 16 other states against the federal government following President Obama’s announcement that he would unilaterally suspend immigration law as applied to four million illegal immigrants who would otherwise face deportation.
It's getting hard to keep up with the rollback of Second Amendment infringements across the country.