Has our nation traded the rule of law for the rule of lawyers? Critics would say so. And this week’s Supreme Court rulings — most notably Friday's 5-4 decision on faux marriage — could be their Exhibit A.
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that the government, under a New Deal-era program, could not confiscate a portion of a grower's raisin crop without compensating him for it.
Senator Mike Lee and Representative Raúl Labrador have proposed bills protecting the right of individuals and groups to oppose same-sex "marriage."
Prominent Southern Baptist pastor Jack Graham of the 40,000-member Prestonwood Church in Dallas has warned Christians to be prepared for civil disobedience in the wake of the Supreme Court gay marriage ruling.
Siding with President Obama, House Speaker John Boehner has brought down the hammer on “rebel” Republicans who voted their consciences and bucked “the team” on TPA (Fast Track) and TAA.
The Trade Promotion Authority bill would give the president power to enforce the UN's Arms Trade Treaty, which if implemented would undo the protections provided by the Second Amendment.
U.S. District Court Judge Julie Robinson punted last week on the Brady Campaign’s lawsuit against Kansas’ Second Amendment Protection Act by declaring that the Brady Campaign lacked standing to bring the suit in the first place. And well she might have considering the weighty and controversial issues involved. by Bob Adelmann
Will enough of the American public awake in time to stop President Obama and Congress from railroading the secret TPP/TTIP/TISA trifecta into law on the fast track?