Police departments across the country are deploying DHS DNA technology to build a database of “suspicious people.”
Three bills presented by Wyoming legislators last week requiring the state’s treasurer to invest in gold and silver are the logical follow-up to the state’s decision last summer to declare gold and silver as legal tender.
Last week, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit released an opinion in a Texas case that presents a significant victory for pro-lifers.
President Donald Trump has the opportunity to turn the Ninth Circuit from blue to red before the end of his first term.
The Federal Government regularly exercises powers beyond those found in the Constitution, but several states are turning to nullification and interposition to mitigate this activity.
District Judge Jesse Furman has ruled against Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross’s decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 census questionnaire.
The New Hampshire House of Representatives and the Nebraska Senate introduced earlier this month resolutions to rescind any calls for a constitutional convention under Article V of the U.S. Constitution.
A bill recently filed in the Utah state House of Representatives would require law enforcement to obtain a warrant before accessing data collected in the cloud.
The Times thinks more surveillance of private citizens' financial transactions will enhance safety and security. The opposite is more likely.
A man named Jon Caldera is standing up to anti-gun politicians in Boulder, Colorado, and is taking heat for it — and so is his young daughter.
Senator Ted Cruz and Representative Francis Rooney have introduced companion bills to add an amendment to the Constitution to limit congressional terms of office. According to Cruz, ″term limits on members of Congress offer a solution to the brokenness we see in Washington, D.C.” How so?