The Federalist Society has launched the Article I Project to restore the balance of powers provided for by the Founders in Article I of the U.S. Constitution.
Rancher LaVoy Finicum's family say LaVoy was "murdered." So does a second eyewitness, Shawna Cox, whose account backs up that of Victoria Sharp, the other woman released after the shooting of Finicum and the arrest of others.
Two bills working their way through the Tennessee state legislature would nullify unconstitutional executive orders and Supreme Court decisions.
A Congressional Research Service Report analyzed Ted Cruz's status as a "natural-born citizen" of the United States, and the issue is far from settled.
A pair of bills working their way through the Arizona state legislature would award the state's electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote.
It appears that the Oregon standoff may soon come to an end after the killing of one of the leaders and the arrest of others, including Ammon Bundy, who has called for the remaining holdouts to leave the wildlife refuge. But regardless of what happens regarding this tragic episode, there is no doubt that the controversial continuation of federal control of western land is still unsettled and will likely lead to future face-offs.
The release of the grainy FBI video showing the shooting death of rancher/protester LaVoy Finicum has not quelled debate about what really happened.
Hopes that the occupation of the Wildlife Refuge in Oregon would end peacefully have been dashed; an eyewitness says Finicum was murdered with his hands in the air, showing he was not being aggressive.
After LaVoy Finicum is killed, more occupiers leave refuge; only four left; huge police/military vehicle presence.
A Pew study on Americans' satisfaction with the federal government strongly suggest that the larger government gets, the more people distrust it.
Planned Parenthood has fought to keep hidden damning evidence of the organization’s involvement in a fetal organ harvesting scheme revealed through a series of undercover videos released in 2015 by David Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress. But on Friday, Daleiden filed a motion to submit some of the recordings as evidence in Whole Woman’s Health v. Cole, a case at the Supreme Court that will examine the constitutionality of a Texas state law involving abortion clinics.