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.
Operation Choke Point is an illegal and unconstitutional effort to use the banking system to attack legal industries that don't fit with the Obama administration's left-wing worldview. Now Senators Mike Lee and Ted Cruz have offered legislation to curtail the program.
In a ruling released on April 7, Judge Christina A. Snyder of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California stated that a representation of the historic San Gabriel Mission topped by a tiny cross that was included in the Los Angeles County seal violated the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.
Schumer's tirade against a gun that hasn't even hit the market is a measure of his anti-gun and anti-Second Amendment prejudice.
On Tuesday, Mississippi’s Republican Governor Phil Bryant signed into law a sweeping “religious liberty” bill that protects the religious convictions of individuals and businesses in the state. The bill passed both the House and Senate last week and reached the governor’s desk on Monday, prompting protests from critics who claim the bill is discriminatory because it allows individuals and groups to raise religious objections on LGBTQ issues.
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has ruled that Ted Cruz is a natural born citizen, and therefore constitutionally eligible to serve as president. What are the issues involved in this question, and will this court decision settle the issue?