The Bundys are back. After prevailing in a grazing-rights standoff with BLM agents last year, the Nevada ranching clan is again locking horns with the feds.
Just as President Obama is turning up the volume on his gun-control agenda, the American people are telling Gallup they really couldn’t care less.
Another one of President Obama's Second Amendment infringements is on the way, using criminal behavior as cover for the real agenda.
An article in the Nashville (Tennessee) Scene newspaper denies the constitutionality of nullification and calls proponents of the principle "bigots" and "homophobes."
Bills to be considered by the state legislatures in Tennessee and South Carolina could allow police to deploy weaponized drones.
A bill prefiled in the Missouri legislature would preempt ObamaCare and protect state physicians from federal licensing mandates.
Former Senator Rick Santorum has selected an odd issue over which to attack fellow Republicans Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. Rand Paul, along with former Congressman Ron Paul. He does not like it that they believe citizens should follow the 10th Amendment, even when they disagree with what actions a state takes.
One hundred and twenty-four Democrats have signed on to a bill that would “prohibit the sale, transfer, production, and importation” of so-called “assault weapons” and associated accessories. The measure would also criminalize the sale or transfer of many firearms already in circulation.
The president is giving every signal that he is poised to make use once again of an executive order to require all persons “in the business” of selling firearms to perform a background check.
Forget the Redskins. Bureaucrats at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office may now be red-faced — as a court just ruled that the government may not deny trademark protection based on the notion that a mark is “disparaging.”
While the American people were distracted with holiday plans, the Transportation Security Administration quietly introduced new rules that ban travelers from opting out of the agency’s controversial "naked body scanners," seemingly capitalizing on heightened concerns about terror.