In refusing to accede to the taxi cartel's demand that government protect the cartel's monopoly status, Judge Richard Posner gave a much-needed and heartening defense of free markets.
In January the FBI made public that they were no longer processing appeals for those wishing to buy firearms who were wrongfully caught in the government net either because of errors, inaccuracies, confusion over spellings, or for other reasons.
In an op-ed, President Obama declared that "we cannot tolerate a politically motivated, willfully negligent vacancy on the Supreme Court,"
Maine's sheriffs tell the truth about the failure of gun control laws to stop violent crime. Will Mainers listen in November?
Yahoo developed a deployed custom software enabling the tech giant to search its customers’ emails on behalf of and under the direction of the U.S. government’s intelligence apparatus, according to information provided by former employees of the company.
The nation awaits a decision from the U.S. court of appeals for the District of Columbia circuit in the case West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency — a lawsuit filed by 27 states and hundreds of companies and industry groups against the Obama administration’s “Clean Power Plan.”
Forsyth County, Georgia, rejected grant money from HUD, refusing to pursue the feds' sustainability program.
Both major party candidates for president have advocated policies that violate basic rights and ignore the U.S. Constitution.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case in November regarding President Obama's violation of the statutory and constitutional limits on his appointment authority.