Once elected, can electors be bound by law to vote for a specific candidate for president? The 10th Circuit in Denver said no in a recent ruling.
Trump was right and his critics were wrong: The 14th Amendment did not make the babies born to illegal aliens automatic U.S. citizens.
If Oklahoma wants to have a real liaison with the federal government, it should instead call for the repeal of the 17th Amendment.
Pro-life advocates celebrated a small victory earlier this month as a Florida appeals court reversed a ruling that declared the state’s 2015 law requiring a 24-hour waiting period before an abortion “unconstitutional.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is asking President Trump call back the Senate from summer recess to vote on further infringements of the Second Amendment.
Dr. Duke Pesta and Christian Gomez talk about the reactions coming out of D.C. after the recent shootings that have taken place in the U.S. Pesta specifically points out President Trump’s reaction and the possibility of enforcing another phase of control, including “mandatory gun buybacks.”
Law enforcement has been using aerial cameras to conduct surveillance on private citizens, but the law says such surveillance must use “publicly accessible technology.”
Ed Snowden — seen by some as a patriot and by others as a traitor — is ready to set the record straight by releasing his memoir, Permanent Record, on September 17 — Constitution Day. The book, telling why he felt it was his duty to help tear down the system of surveillance he helped build, coincides with his plans to tell people how social-media sites spy on them and what they can do about it.
The Democrats who have hounded President Trump since before he even took office seem to live by two mottos: “Don’t let the facts get in the way of a good narrative” and “Never say die.”