After voters in Colorado and Washington State voted to repeal marijuana prohibition, anxiety about how the Obama administration would respond spread nationwide as conservatives wondered whether federal authorities would respect the Constitution and the Tenth Amendment while liberals fretted about the will of voters. Concerns were especially widespread given the president’s ruthless persecution of the legal medical cannabis industry in over 20 states. During an August 29 press conference, however, Attorney General Eric Holder finally answered the question: The feds will apparently respect state laws, at least for now.

A federal judged ruled that a challenge to ObamaCare filed by the Oklahoma attorney general may proceed.

Citizens across the country are fighting seemingly erroneous rules regarding their American flag displays, and some are refusing to give up.

 

In an effort to “nudge” Americans to support bigger and more intrusive government while changing behavior to suit the whims of the political class in Washington, D.C., the Obama administration is following the lead of U.K. authorities by building what the White House refers to as a “Behavioral Insights Team.” According to an official document about the scheme aimed at recruiting personnel, the controversial team will be charged with prodding the U.S. population to think and behave in ways that officials deem best on everything from sustainability to health and education.

 

 

 

Defense Department documents obtained by Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information Act request purporting to train U.S. soldiers and sailors label the Founding Fathers of the United States as “extremists” and claim that “participation in extremism is inconsistent with the duties of military service.”