According to a recent report by openthebooks.com, non-military federal agencies have received $1.4 billion in “guns, ammunition, and other military style equipment during the last nine years.” Meanwhile President Obama continues to lead the assault via the White House “bully-pulpit” against gun ownership and the Second Amendment.
A video critical of sharia law and jihad has been removed by YouTube for allegedly violating the company’s “hate speech” policies. Entitled “Killing for a Cause: Sharia Law & Civilization Jihad,” the video was uploaded last Thursday but has since been flagged and removed because of its criticisms of radical Jihad, prompting criticisms from the group behind the video and shining a light on what some are perceiving as censorship by web companies.
The Supreme Court refused to hear a Washington State case, leaving in place the 9th Circuit ruling that the state may require pharmacies to fill an emergency contraceptive drug, regardless of the owners' religious objections.
The UN and its globalist allies are working to become the “Parliament of Humanity” and usurp U.S. sovereignty. Americans must resist.
In a 5-3 decision, the Supreme Court on June 27 reversed the judgment of an appeals court last year that upheld a Texas law placing restrictions on abortions — effectively striking down the law.
Wednesday's 4-3 Supreme Court decision in Fisher v UT Austin allows the continuation of race-based practices in the admissions process. This is yet another example of creating racist policies in a supposed attempt to end racist policies.
The Supreme Court’s tie 4-4 vote on June 23 in the case of United States v. Texas left intact a lower court ruling that blocked the Obama administration from implementing its plan to shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation and grant them the right to work legally in the United States.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's dissent in the Utah v. Strieff, Jr. drug search case made headlines in the liberal media as it supported the Black Lives Matter meme of indiscriminate police stops of people of color.
Two pieces of legislation are being offered in the U.S. Senate to curtail the ability to buy a gun: One infringes on rights a little, the other a lot.