In the wake of the recent San Bernardino shooting in December, gun permit applications are swamping local and federal agencies.
In recent years under President Obama, federal agencies have been stockpiling military gear, body armor, and riot gear. As concerns continue to mount over an increasingly bloated federal government, agencies whose primary function is administrative have been progressively militarized. Agencies such as the EPA, FDA, and IRS. Since 2006, 44 federal agencies have spent an astounding $71 million on items such as guns, ammunition, body armor, and riot & tactical gear. Expenditures which have citizens and government watchdog agencies alike casting a wary eye.
Reflecting the cultural shift favoring the Second Amendment, sheriffs and police officers around the country are urging their constitutuents to arm themselves.
Even as the Obama administration ignores the Constitution, at least TransCanada sees it as relevant in its lawsuit.
Any notion that the president is going to relax his efforts to impose his agenda on American citizens was swiftly removed by his chief of staff on Wednesday.
Rescinding Article V convention applications would prevent the calling of a constitutional convention that would have the inherent power to alter or abolish the Constitution.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott's "Texas Plan" for a Constitutional Convention ignores states preexisting right to nullification.
Few of the Hammond's supporters appear to support or endorse the armed occupation of the federal wildlife facility by a self-appointed “militia.”
Roy S. Moore, chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, issued an order on January 6 that “Alabama probate judges have a ministerial duty not to issue any marriage license contrary to the Alabama Sanctity of Marriage Amendment or the Alabama Marriage Protection Act.”