Supreme Court buildingThat “the government is denying us our rights” and even that “the government is oppressing us” are complaints all too commonly heard among patriots today. Yet, although instances of public officials’ misbehavior are both numerous and serious, this characterization of the situation obscures the true cause of and proper remedy for the problem.

TortureA hidden bomb will detonate in an hour, killing hundreds of people and injuring thousands. You have the bomber in your power. Do you torture him to discover the device’s location?

Aaron ZelmanInterview of Aaron Zelman by John F. McManus

Aaron Zelman is executive director of Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership, a pro-Second Amendment group based in Milwaukee.

ArizonaOn March 19 the Arizona state House passed a bill (HB2677) that would prohibit the state from putting Real ID into effect without the legislature’s approval by a vote of 51 to 8. On May 6, the state Senate passed their stronger version of the bill, which would flatly prohibit participation in the Real ID program, by a vote of 21 to 7. Next, the House must approve the Senate’s version of the bill.

One check to the Supreme Court's judicial activism is that Congress may limit the Supreme Court’s appellate jurisdiction pursuant to the “Exceptions Clause” in Article III, Section 2 of the Constitution.

Log in