The Supreme Court announced it will hear the case of King v. Burwell, the latest challenge to the constitutionality of ObamaCare.
While the IRS dawdles and dithers, support continues to build for pastors to enjoy the same First Amendment rights as other Americans.
Three states — Idaho, Alaska, and Kansas — have passed laws protecting the right of their citizens to keep and bear arms.
In defending their mandates against sugar, the "food police" have exposed their one true objective: control.
PEN America is party to the crime of advocating for more federal control over local police in its 34-page report on alleged police abuses in Ferguson, Missouri.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has increasingly used the process called civil asset forfeiture to seize the assets — including bank accounts — of people suspected of being engaged in criminal activity, even if no criminal charges are filed.
Critics assert that the new concealed carry gun laws in the District of Columbia amount to nothing more than backdoor gun control. According to the new requirements, gun owners seeking permits must complete 18 hours of firearms training, but no instructors have been approved to teach the course.
"Ultimately, I think the Equal Protection Clause does guarantee same-sex marriage in all fifty states," Obama told the New Yorker.
It is beyond belief that the Congress which passed the 14th Amendment, and the states which voted to ratify it, intended to enshrine the marriage of a man to a man, and a woman to a woman, as a "constitutional right."
Eminent American historians Andrew Burstein and Nancy Isenberg not only pronounce the current Constitution dead, but they introduce us to its replacement before the body is even cold.
From the very title of the first installment, however, the saviors of our “democratic republic” start down a road that might lead to a new constitution, but get the very essence of our government wrong.
In November, voters in Arizona will consider Proposition 122, an amendment that would prevent enforcement of unconstitutional federal demands.
Internet giant Twitter filed a lawsuit October 7 against the FBI in order to be allowed to publicly disclose details about information it must submit to federal officials without judicial warrants under the USA Patriot Act. Twitter is seeking a wider disclosure of information about the FBI's warrantless “National Security Letters,” information about which is suppressed by the Patriot Act under severe criminal penalties.