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The Supreme Court ruled that Michigan voters were free to ban affirmative action since the U.S. Constitution did not prohibit them from doing so.

A Missouri state senator has asked the state attorney general to opine on the constitutionality of two gun grab nullification bills.

An April 9 report by Martin Gilens, a professor of politics at Princeton University, and Benjamin Page, a political science professor at Northwestern University, finds that the majority does not rule in the United States. The researchers further conclude “that if policymaking is dominated by powerful business organizations and a small number of affluent Americans, then America’s claims to being a democratic society are seriously threatened.”

A bill to create a buffer zone, free of protesters, around abortion clinics drew an overflow crowd to a hearing room at the Legislative Office Building in Concord, New Hampshire, Tuesday.

Should a government body decide what is true and what is false in political campaign ads? That was the question before the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday.

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals Monday ordered the Obama administration to release information explaining the legality of targeted killing of U.S. citizens.

President Obama departed Tuesday for a week-long Asia trip aimed at restarting TPP "free trade" negotiations.

Speaker of the House John Boehner, speaking to a group of donors at a Republican Party fundraiser last month, pledged that the House would pass several immigration bills this summer. Several attendees at the fundraiser told the Wall Street Journal’s Laura Meckler that Boehner said he was “hellbent on getting this done this year.”

Former FBI agent and White House whistleblower Gary Aldrich's Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty had its tax-exempt status revoked by the IRS.

Elected officials from across the American West, from top lawmakers to county commissioners, held a historic gathering in Utah in recent days to discuss how Western states could wrest control of the almost 50 percent of land in the region currently claimed by the federal government. Aside from constitutional concerns — with a few exceptions, the U.S. Constitution does not authorize ownership or control over land by the political class in Washington, D.C. — the Western leaders and legislators cited economic harm, environmental degradation, loss of tax revenue, and numerous other reasons for the effort.

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