To paraphrase George Orwell, some parts of the Bill of Rights are apparently more equal than others, to the present Supreme Court, at least in the opinion of Justice Clarence Thomas.
Kitty Werthmann, a woman who escaped the tyranny of National Socialism and Communism in Austria, understands why we need to defeat the call for a Constitutional Convention.
President Trump's proposed $686 billion Pentagon budget for 2019 is another expansion of the military establishment — something the Founders warned against.
In the wake of the murders committed at a Florida high school on February 14, the chorus of voices calling for curbing gun rights has crescendoed.
The stunning defeat of the push for a Con-Con in South Dakota illustrates that patriots can still make a positive difference when armed with the facts.
After three intense days of passionate testimonies in the Idaho House State Affairs Committee, Convention of States (COS) Project Article V convention application HCR 32 was resoundingly rejected by a vote of 5 to 10, thanks in large part to John Birch Society members across Idaho.
A California judge has affirmed the constitutional rights of a Christian baker who refused to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding. According to Superior Court Judge David Lampe, the public marketplace cannot compel an individual to endorse a message with which he or she disagrees.
President Trump's proposed infrastructure bill would violate the constitutional limits on congressional power.
President Trump was obviously joking about Democrats at his State of the Union speech exhibiting treason, but what is the constitutional definition of that serious charge?
Lawmakers in Idaho voted unanimously Wednesday morning to move forward the Restoring Constitutional Governance Act, which would prohibit the indefinite detainment of Americans by the federal government or anyone else in that state. If passed into law, the bill would nullify unconstitutional provisions of the infamous 2012 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which purported to authorize the capture and imprisonment of citizens by the military without any semblance of due process. While some local governments in Idaho have already passed similar measures, activists and lawmakers say it is important that residents all over the state be protected from the unconstitutional abuses by the federal government. After being approved in a committee hearing, the measure now moves on to be formally considered by the legislature.