Could this tiny, insignificant, unheralded gun control decision in Kansas lead to a challenge of the notorious National Firearms Act of 1934?
On January 30, lawmakers in Wyoming and Arkansas voted down bills in their respective states that would have pushed our country closer to a so-called convention of the states, a confab that would expose all the Constitution’s protections of fundamental liberties to the political maneuvers and monied manipulations of some of that document's most determined foes.
A bill recently introduced into the Tennessee State Senate would enforce previously passed legislation prohibiting the state from participating in the execution of any federal or international infringement of the right to keep and bear arms.
In one of the most important actions any president can make, President Donald Trump has nominated Appeals Court Judge Neil Gorsuch to the vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Under a recent convoluted ruling, those who carry concealed become second-class citizens without the protection of constitutional rights.
A bill is working its way through the Arizona House of Representatives that would prohibit enforcement of and cooperation with any unconstitutional act of the federal government.
The need to use the Congressional Review Act to undo rules (laws) set in place by unelected bureaucrats reflects the backward nature of rulemaking in Washington. An agency's rule, unless contested by Congress, becomes law.
Obama's legacy might be likened to that of Augeas, whose piled up excrement needs immediate cleaning despite the seemingly daunting size of the job.