Federal Indian Policy has turned the Oath of Office taken by elected officials on its head, and is subverting our constitutional system of checks and balances.

A wealthy couple has paid for the Baltimore Police Department to deploy a high-tech surveillance plane over the city.

Maine Governor Paul LePage informed the federal government that he would not heed a demand for data the Department of Commerce issued to his state.

Now gun control proponents want to disarm the elderly, but "reasonable" incrementalism is how precious freedoms are lost.

Under the guise of providing increased “security” for “critical infrastructure,” the Obama administration is plotting to insert itself and the federal government into the American elections process. While voting is constitutionally the responsibility of state and local officials, Obama's Homeland Security Secretary, Jeh Johnson, pointed to the alleged threat of cyberattacks to justify the latest proposed usurpation of power. The controversial scheme was floated amid growing national concerns, fueled in part by GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's warnings of a “rigged” election, that America's electoral system might be vulnerable to major manipulation. Critics and experts have also warned that the White House scheming may be a first step toward illegally nationalizing the electoral process — with all the dangers that would entail.

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