The Obama administration’s unfriendly stance toward the Second Amendment has had the opposite effect on the American people, who have been purchasing guns in record numbers. Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. reportedly put out a record number of firearms in 2012, according to government data, proving once again that more Americans pursue their Second Amendment rights under Democratic presidencies.
The Supreme Court on Monday will hear challenges to the Environmental Protection Agency's application of limits on greenhouse gas emissions from stationary sources such as power plants.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Maryland Congressman John Sarbanes (D-Md.) signed on to the national leftist movement to amend the U.S. Constitution to repeal the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision in a Washington Post op-ed, a move that puts national Democratic Party leadership in favor of repealing the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
When met with immediate negative pushback, ICE quickly rescinded its request for bids to build a national database of everyone's license plates.
With more and more Americans questioning the constitutionality of drone use for surveillance and law enforcement, some state legislatures are attempting to limit the government’s use of drones and restore some of the Constitutional rights on which the use of drones is infringing. Lawmakers in Washington state and Wisconsin passed bills this week that limit drone use.
In an interview, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper claims he was surprised by congressional questions.
While some have pointed to tragedies like that of Sandy Hook and Aurora as reasons to disarm the populace, others recognize those moments as further reason to honor the Second Amendment. That is why lawmakers in the Wyoming Legislature voted 54 to 6 on February 13 to advance a bill that would permit individual school districts “to allow teachers and other school workers” with concealed carry permits to bring their guns on campus.
Mark Meckler of Citizens for Self-Government has inaugurated a pattern of ridiculing constitutionalists such as Phyllis Schlafly and The New American's own Joe Wolverton for being skeptical of pushing the nation forward into a constitutional convention.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will soon launch an initiative — the Multi-Market Study of Critical Information Needs (CIN) — “in order to assess whether government action is needed to ensure that the information needs of all Americans are being met, including women and minorities.”
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.