Democrats in the U.S. Senate want a constitutional amendment to overturn Supreme Court decisions on campaign spending.
President Obama wonders why "everybody is so eager to use military force," apparently forgetting the military threats and attacks he's made against foreign countries.
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed into law Wednesday a bill the National Rifle Association has called "the most comprehensive pro-gun reform legislation introduced in recent history."
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.
Republicans today seem obsessed with the need to "get right with Reagan," while Rand Paul may have "de-Reaganized" himself by suggesting that America should not go to war with Iran over its nuclear program.
A delegation of Catholic bishops from around the United States and Mexico paid a visit Tuesday to the U.S.-Mexican border, where they celebrated Mass and made an appeal to Congress for immigration reform.
A group of U.S. and Mexican Catholic bishops celebrated Mass at the U.S.-Mexican border and appealed to Congress for immigration reform. by Jack Kenny
Perhaps it should be in the Constitution. Call it the Hindsight Amendment. Whenever a politician discovers that a favored bill isn't working out and has become unpopular, he or she resorts to the hindsight argument. "Hindsight is always 20/20."
Employers are legally persons, too, at least until the Supreme Court rules otherwise. They also have rights, including the right to religious freedom. More to the point they have the right to be left alone from unauthorized, unconstitutional government mandates. That's why we have a Constitution in the first place.