The tens of thousands of e-mails released by WikiLeaks over the last month have removed all doubts, if any still existed, that Hillary Clinton and her campaign will go to any lengths to erase the Second Amendment's protection of the right of individual citizens to keep and bear firearms.
As more and more people use encryption to protect their data, surveillance hawks at all levels — local, state, and federal — continue to seek ways around the privacy protections offered by that encryption. A recently published court filing from California shows that the hawks are stooping to new lows in their treatment of the constitutional protections afforded to people’s data.
Expressing nostalgia for the days when just three establishment-controlled propaganda organs dominated the public narrative, President Obama lashed out at what he called the “wild, wild west” media landscape that allows non-establishment voices and viewpoints to be heard. Claiming that “censorship” would not be the answer, Obama called for Americans to submit to a vaguely defined (presumably government-run) “curating function” that would help “discard” unapproved information. Critics, though, warned that an increasingly desperate establishment was plotting all-out war on freedom of the press and the free Internet.
The mainstrem media, in reporting on this decision, unanimously failed to note the real objective: the bankruptcy of America's firearms industry.
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) has done much good, but they need to rethink their support of a constitutional convention.
A new investigative YouTube video confirms Democrat Russ Feingold's stance on the Second Amendment, while providing further insight into the Democrat mindset against gun ownership in the United States.
The Article V Convention of States simulation failed to refute the “runaway convention” objection while misleading the public to believe revising the Constitution, not enforcing it, is the solution to Big Government.
In refusing to accede to the taxi cartel's demand that government protect the cartel's monopoly status, Judge Richard Posner gave a much-needed and heartening defense of free markets.