It its decision in Mitchell v. Wisconsin, the U.S. Supreme Court usurped power over the laws of all the states and the people, virtually repealing the Fourth and 10th Amendments.
President Donald Trump cannot block critics from his Twitter account without violating the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of speech, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
Perhaps in an effort to show that the entire Golden State has not jumped off the leftist cliff, a small desert city on the Arizona border has declared itself a “2nd Amendment Sanctuary City.”
President Trump tweeted that news reports about the Department of Commerce dropping its quest to put the Citizenship Question on the Census are “incorrect” or “FAKE!”
As John Randolph of Roanoke, a 19th-century member of Congress from Virginia (and a cousin of Thomas Jefferson), said, the constitutional protections of our liberties are just words on parchment, if the American people do not continue to stand up for these rights.
Just when you thought it was safe to start sending texts and emails without worrying about the NSA listening in, seems the surveillance state is still up to its old tricks.
It's laudable that Judicial Watch is stepping up to prevent Electoral College abolishers from having their way with the American Republic.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas may have confirmed the worst fears of pro-abortion advocates by decrying “erroneous precedent” on Monday.
In an appearance on a U.K. talk show, President Trump said he's thinking about banning suppressors the way he banned bump stocks.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas recently dismissed rumors that he will soon retire, saying: “I have no idea where this stuff comes from.”