The issue of federal government overreach is often talked about in 21st-century America, but some state legislators are actually doing something about it.
President Obama has indicated an interest in using executive action to raise taxes, once again proposing to circumvent Congress to advance his own agenda. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said on Monday that the president was “very interested” in doing so, purportedly to benefit the middle class.
The Treasury Department is raising eyebrows with its refusal to explain $3 billion in ObamacCre payments to health insurers that were not authorized by Congress. The department has denied a request by House Ways and Means Chairman Representative Paul Ryan for an explanation.
After waging more than six months of an undeclared war, with more than 2,000 air strikes against the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, President Obama finally got around to asking Congress for a resolution authorizing the use of military force.
A retired New Jersey school teacher is facing felony charges for ownership of a pistol manufactured before the American Revolutionary War.
A judicial decision on microstamping guns' firing pins is expected momentarily, and might temporarily dampen anti-gunners' appetites for more gun laws. But only temporarily.
Section 215 of the Patriot Act is set to expire June 1, and each side in the upcoming battle to renew, reform, or let expire this unconstitutional abridgement of freedoms is rolling out its arguments.
In its latest broadsice against the Second Amendment, the ATF declared that "green tip" M855 “ball ammunition” chambered in 5.56 mm is now “armor piercing” and can no longer be manufactured, imported, or sold in the United States.