The federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, in keeping with its many other decisions subversive of American law and sovereignty, says San Francisco is not responsible for the killer of Kate Steinle.
Parents in Chandler, Arizona, have lost custody of their children, at least temporarily, for failing to adhere to doctor’s orders, in a story that is sure to terrify parents and all those who support parental rights.
An unvaccinated Kentucky teen is suing his local health department because he has been barred from basketball practice at his Catholic high school for refusing to get the chickenpox (varicella) vaccine under a new health department policy. This unfolding story has been picked up by a number of major news outlets and could mark a significant moment in the fight for medical freedom.
Beto O'Rourke’s remarks to the Washington Post before he ran for the U.S. Senate should give “conservative” advocates of an Article V Convention pause.
New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a country-wide ban on Thursday on “military-style semi-automatic weapons.”
Governor Walker wants a balanced federal budget, but a Constitutional Convention is a very dangerous method to achieve it.
Colorado became the 12th state to join the National Popular Vote Initiative Compact, awarding electoral votes in accordance with popular vote.
Former Senator Tom Coburn argues that he is not wanting to change the Constitution. Then why is he traveling all over America fighting for a convention to do just that?
On Tuesday, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed into law Senate Bill 150, making Kentucky the 16th state to allow “constitutional carry.”