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.
Ah, that pesky First Amendment. It limits the power of government, notes the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, “to impede individuals from practicing their religious beliefs.” This and other such laments permeate a recent government report that represents a clear and present danger to religious liberties.
John Brennan probably isn't a communist. He just believes, as they do, that the Constitution is irrevelvant to the advancement of the state.
Councilmen from Spokane Valley, Washington, are seeking to create a Second Amendment sanctuary in their city.
The Lebanon, Tennessee, police department is using automatic license plate readers to track drivers in the county and the data is sent to the federal DHS.
Albuquerque police are ignoring laws against civil asset forfeiture and continuing to abuse authority and steal property from residents.
A Nashville city ordinance requires homeowners to obtain city permission before offering their property for rent on Airbnb.
By a vote of 24-6 in the state senate and 112-41 in the state house, the majority Republican legislature surmounted the constitutionally mandated two-thirds majority for nullifying Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of Senate Bill 656.
U.S. senators and representatives have sent letters to Secretary of State John Kerry, calling out the Obama administration's attempted backdoor to gun control.