Another judge has struck a blow against a state’s efforts to combat voter fraud.
On Monday, U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland issued a temporary restraining order against North Dakota’s voter ID law after a group of Native Americans claimed it placed unfair and excessive burdens on them.
The head of the ATF wants money to buy a searchable database of every gun, and gun owner, in the country.
In a new article in National Review, Victor Davis Hanson warns that nullification could lead to a second Civil War.
A new law in Illinois will prevent law enforcement from using Stingray devices without first obtaining a court order.
Senator Mike Lee has offered a bill that would return legislative power to the Congress, as set out in Article I of the Constitution.
On Wednesday, a federal appeals court ruled that Texas’ voter ID law discriminates against minority voters and ordered changes to be made before the upcoming election.
In response to the attack on the Pulse LGBT club, the Massachusetts attorney general issued a directive banning the manufacture and sale of all "assault weapons" in her state.
The Republican Party’s 2016 platform includes troublesome proposals to remedy real problems with the excessive and dangerous methodology of amending the Constitution.
On Monday, the Department of Justice petitioned the United States Supreme Court for rehearing of U.S. v. Texas, a challenge to President Obama’s deferred action program for illegal immigrants. Last month, the Supreme Court issued a 4-4 ruling in the case, leaving intact a lower court ruling that blocked the administration from implementing its plan, which amounts to virtual amnesty through the usurpation of legislative powers.
Through a "pilot program" the FBI is using local law enforcement to collect hundreds of thousands of iris scans. Those scans are then shared with the Pentagon.