A former White House aide during the presidency of Bill Clinton was advising Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the regime change in Libya while he was eyeing lucrative business deals with the transitional Libyan government. 

The craving for combat by U.S. Senator Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) contradicts the counsel fo the Founders.

Aleksandr Dugin sought to inspire university students to support his Eurasianist “fourth political theory,” but despite the controversy, almost no one showed up to hear him.

The governor of Montana signed a law preventing police from accepting money and material from the federal government.

A municipal judge in Ohio prohibited a defendant from mentioning the U.S. Constitution during a trial. 

The Second Amendment scores another victory as Texas is about to join 44 other open carry states.

Judge Andrew Hanen of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas issued an order on March 9 denying the Obama administration’s request for “expedited consideration” of their February 23 motion seeking a stay of the judge’s February 16 injunction that blocked the Obama administration’s use of executive actions to grant amnesty to four million illegal aliens. 

 

Texas factions seek UN World Heritage Site designation for the Alamo, and a lawmaker files bill to protect Alamo from designation.

After a flurry of protests brought attention to New Jersey’s draconian restrictions on possession of firearms, retired schoolteacher George Van Gilder will not be facing trial for his possession of an 18th-century flintlock pistol.

Thirteen different Idaho manufacturers came together to build a Made-In-Idaho AR-15-style rifle. But, contrary to rumors, it is only a showpiece model thus far, with no plans for full commercial production.