The recent experience of Pure Flix, the producers of the breakout film Unplanned, has reignited the debate over what can and should be done about the bias and censorship of the social-media and tech giants.
Good for Sheriff James van Beek for summarizing in a single Facebook post everything that's wrong with red flag laws.
During testimony at a hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo ducked and weaved regarding the question of whether the president has power to make war. Senator Rand Paul corrected Pompeo's lack of constitutional understanding.
Now that Missouri has a Republican governor, that state’s legislative body is trying again to pass its “Second Amendment Protection Act,” legislation that would nullify most federal gun-control legislation.
The trend of local police departments and sheriffs' offices kowtowing to the anti-gun crowd — a trend that has been growing for decades — seems to be reversing. Take the state of Washington as an example. Roughly half of the sheriffs in the state are flat refusing to enforce a litany of anti-gun regulations that are part of a law passed last fall because those regulations are unconstitutional.
Running out of both time and patience with Democrat obstructionism in confirming some 130 of President Trump’s judicial appointees, Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell invoked the “nuclear option” on Wednesday.
Does London-born CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour suggested to ex-FBI director James Comey that perhaps his agency should have “shut down” anti-Hillary chants of “Lock her up!” during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Senators Jeff Merkley and Senator Tom Udall have introduced legislation that will make America a more “democratic” nation, by eliminating the Electoral College and giving the vote to residents of U.S. territories.
Weld County, Colorado, Sheriff Steve Reams has threatened to go to jail before he enforces a new red-flag law on any of his county’s citizens.
The bump stock ban ordered by President Trump has gone into effect, making hundreds of thousands of Americans felons for owning the device.