The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear arguments for and against a Massachusetts law that forbids abortion opponents from entering a 35-foot buffer zone in front of entrances to facilities where abortions are performed.
With some 60 cities participating in federal roadside checkpoints, pushback from citizens and local police and sheriff’s departments is increasing.
Last year, federal regulations imposed an additional $112 billion in regulatory costs and 157.9 million paperwork burden hours on Americans, according to a study by the American Action Forum.
Across America, guns are still flying off the shelves, with sales numbers continually smashing previous records set over the last decade as Americans load up on firearms of all varieties in never-before seen quantities. From Colorado and Connecticut to Ohio, Virginia, and Alabama — and everywhere in between — gun sales are exploding. Indeed, government data show 2013 was the best year for domestic sales in U.S. history after beating the previous high set the year before. Restrictions on gun rights, meanwhile, are overwhelmingly getting less draconian at the state level.
Mark Levin continues misrepresenting James Madison's views on nullification. During an appearance on CSPAN’s Book TV program, the talk-show host went on a rhetorical rampage against those who prefer nullification over a constitutional convention as a tactic in the war against federal tyranny.
By a vote of 5-1, the city council of Emmett, Idaho, nullified the indefinite detention provisions of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
In a new executive action, President Obama has issued directives severely infringing on the right to keep and bear arms.
An Obama-appointed federal judge ruled Monday that Chicago's ban on almost all sales and transfers of firearms is unconstitutional.
Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont wrote to the NSA asking if the agency collects the telephone records of members of Congress, and CNN received a response claiming that it does collect congressmen's phone records because “Members of Congress have the same privacy protections as all U.S. persons.” In other words, congressmen have no privacy from the prying eyes of the NSA either.