In May, the Boulder, Colorado, city council banned the sale or possession of “assault weapons,” high-capacity magazines, and “bump stocks,” mandating that residents “certify” firearms by December 27. So far, only 85 people have complied.
It’s not yet like the Romans throwing Christians to the lions for practicing their faith, but the Phoenix government may be throwing them in jail — for refusing to service same-sex “weddings.”
During oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court, Indiana's lawyer stated that he believes it is constitutional to seize the car of a person who exceeds the speed limit by five miles per hour.
In his Obergefell v. Hodges dissent in 2015, U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts condemed his colleagues for acting not as judges but politicians. He just rebuked President Trump for complaining about the same thing.
Representative Frank Pallone's bill pretends to ban 3D printing of weapons, but aims at outlawing weapons manufacture and repair.
Those hoping that Kaitlin Bennett would simply go away and leave the Kent State University campus when she graduated in May 2017 have been sorely disappointed.
Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker says he supports the right of the states to nullify any unconstitutional act of the federal government.
VIDEO - In this interview with The New American, Custer Battlefield Museum Founding Director Chris Kortlander explains how heavily armed bureaucrats with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) terrorized him and his museum employees. The insane raid involved a shirt button that the BLM had sold him years earlier. Seriously. Nobody was ever indicted. Kortlander, a former Montana lawman, urges viewers to read his book Arrow to the Heart to understand how these problems with BLM and other bureaucracies are systemic. And he called on Congress to demilitarize the rogue bureaucracies before more people are hurt and killed.
VIDEO - In this exclusive interview with The New American, cattle rancher Ammon Bundy exposes how the federal government is completely out of control. First, they terrorized the Bundy family to take them off their land. Then they got exposed by a top Bureau of Land Management, Larry Wooten, a whistleblower. You need to hear this story to believe it!
Over 80 percent of citizens of New Hampshire voted to approve an amendment to the state’s constitution that declares an individual’s privacy to be a natural right that must remain free from government intrusion.