With New Hampshire becoming the 12th state to allow unrestricted carrying of a firearm for protection, the country is slowly bringing back protections of the Second Amendment.
The majority’s reasoning in the February 21 Kolbe v. Hogan decision by the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, could carry the case to the Supreme Court on appeal.
The National Association of Secretaries of State passed a resolution opposing the Obama DHS' designation of election systems as "critical infrastructure" and asking the Trump administration to overturn it.
Right to work is a First Amendment issue which, as it gains momentum, is overriding unions' claims of "free-riding" to allow them to collect dues from non-members.
A key Bureau of Land Management (BLM) agent in the case involving cattle rancher Clive Bundy is accused of misconduct. However, the deeper issue is where is the constitutional basis for the federal government owning land in the states?
The immediate issue is whether the administration will be able to enforce Trump’s travel ban while it is is still being challenged in the federal judiciary.
It’s no surprise the Democrats plan to fight against the nomination of President Trump’s Supreme Court pick, 10th Circuit Court of Appeals judge Neil Gorsuch. There are no confirmation battles like Supreme Court confirmation battles because, as we always hear, such a decision can “shape the country for a generation.” But this doesn’t sound like the role envisioned by the founders.
Could this tiny, insignificant, unheralded gun control decision in Kansas lead to a challenge of the notorious National Firearms Act of 1934?
On January 30, lawmakers in Wyoming and Arkansas voted down bills in their respective states that would have pushed our country closer to a so-called convention of the states, a confab that would expose all the Constitution’s protections of fundamental liberties to the political maneuvers and monied manipulations of some of that document's most determined foes.