April 15 was the deadline for residents of New York to register so-called “assault weapons” that they owned before the passage of the state’s SAFE Act gun control law. But on the day of the deadline, pro-Second Amendment advocates, in an act of protest, gathered in downtown Buffalo to shred gun registration forms.
The state of California is working to ban individuals from serving as judges if they are affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America because of the Scouts' policy of prohibiting homosexual troop leaders. The move, though it has major legal implications, comes from the California Supreme Court Advisory Committee on the Code of Judicial Ethics. Various organizations are warning that such a decision could create a slippery slope by telling judges how they must think in order to serve on the judiciary.
Two separate bills are working their way through the two houses of the Missouri state legislature, both of which are aimed at protecting citizens of the Show Me State from the impending federal gun grab.
The IRS is demanding that Campaign for Liberty hand over its donor list. But the organization has refused, noting that anonymous political lobbying in America goes all the way back to The Federalist Papers.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced that he will pledge $50 million to create a new umbrella gun control organization called Everytown for Gun Safety.
The federal government’s over-the-top police action against the Bundy family ranch is a portent of more to come, as rogue agencies and their corporate/NGO partners attempt to “cleanse” the West of ranchers, farmers, miners, loggers and other determined property owners.
In an op-ed, pundit George Will promotes the Compact for America, a plan that would increase spending and grant the president expansive new powers.
Rancher Cliven Bundy’s livestock was seized for his refusal to pay fees to the federal government for grazing his cattle on land he insists is the property of the sovereign state of Nevada.
In many ways, the Bureau of Land Management's seizure of Cliven Bundy's land rights violates the Nevada and U.S. Constitutions.
The Department of Justice has requested that a federal appeals court dismiss a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the indefinite detention provisions of the NDAA.