A former U.S. comptroller general says the national debt is actually $65 trillion, more than triple the Congressional Budget Office's figure of $18 trillion.
Voters in Coos County, Oregon have approved a measure that nullifies all local, state, and federal attempts to infringe upon their right to keep and bear arms.
Senator Sessions charges that the just-released 5,554-page Trans-Pacific Partnership turns over everything from environment, to labor, and immigration to unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats — as in the European Union.
At a recent speech at Santa Clara University, Justice Antonin Scalia said the liberal Supreme Court was leading the United States to destruction.
Florida state representative Michelle Vasilinda has filed a bill that would repeal all previous calls for an Article V convention.
The IRS has apparently purchased Stingray cellphone tracking devices from Harris Corporation. This is just the latest in the IRS's expansion of its immense surveillance capacity.
In his October 27 speech at the annual International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) conference in Chicago, President Obama called for “common-sense gun safety reforms,” which, in the complete context of the speech, obviously means more federal and state gun-control laws.
On Monday a three-judge panel of the Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals ruled unanimously that bans on possession of “assault weapons" by New York and Connecticut did not infringe on rights of citizens in those states guaranteed under the Second Amendment.
Whether or not the Supreme Court takes the Friedman v. Highland Park, Illinois case upholding a ban on “assault rifles,” there are huge ramifications.