The recent decision by the Ninth Circuit Court is a small, successful skirmish upholding the Second Amendment in the long war against guns.
A victory for the guarantee of privacy under the Fourth Amendment was claimed by the ACLU in its lawsuit against the DEA's administrative subpoenas in Oregon.
The state legislatures of Missouri and Arizona are considering bills nullifying federal attempts to infringe on the right to keep and bear arms.
Senator Rand Paul has filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the NSA's collection of metadata.
The group calling for an Article V convention must be held to account for their promises and their pledges of allegiance.
The New Hampshire state House of Representatives passed a bill nullifying the indefinite detention provisions of the NDAA.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia made headlines nationwide this week after bluntly telling law students at the University of Hawaii that internment camps to detain Americans would eventually return. Acknowledging that the infamous Supreme Court-approved internment of Japanese-Americans in wretched camps during World War II was wrong, the conservative-leaning justice followed up by adding that “you are kidding yourself if you think the same thing will not happen again.” In “times of war,” Scalia said, citing a Latin expression attributed to Cicero, “the laws fall silent.”
Con-con advocates ignore the states’ power to nullify unconstitutional acts of Congress, probably because many of their proposals increase Congress’ power.