The New York State Court of Appeals in Albany will begin hearing arguments next week in a bid by a Fox News journalist to squash a subpoena that would require her to ultimately reveal her sources behind a report she did on Aurora, Colorado, gunman James Holmes. Jana Winter will be asking the New York court to determine that New York’s strong policy of protecting the identity of confidential sources should also protect her from having to testify in Colorado, where she could be ordered to reveal her sources.
The U.S. Supreme Court is taking up a case November 6 challenging prayer uttered during local government meetings, and their decision could have a far-reaching impact on religious liberty in America.
Scholars are pointing out eery similarities between Hitler's gun-grabbing policies and recent U.S. attempts to disarm civilians.
In forcing the country's last lead smelting plant to close, the overreaching federal Environmental Protection Agency is making a severe impact on the manufacture of ammunition. By Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
The TSA will now pre-screen citizens' tax records, travel histories, property records, and more before allowing them to travel by air.
Big gates often swing on little hinges. If the big gate Supreme Court case of Bond v. United States swings shut, it could give the government unlimited treaty enforcement powers.
Liberty County, Florida, Sheriff Nick Finch was acquitted today of both charges against him. Within hours, Governor Rick Scott reinstated Finch.
Freedom of the press is under a sustained attack by the Obama administration and like-minded leaders around the world.
The trial of Liberty County, Florida Sheriff Nick Finch began yesterday; he was illegally suspended without pay for supporting the Second Amendment.
A document leaked by Edward Snowden to The Guardian revealed that in one month the NSA spied on nearly 125 billion phone calls.