Thomas Jefferson and James Madison gave us one way to restrain an out-of-control federal government in 1798.

The Colorado State Senate passed a bill this week to place the state in a “compact” of states pushing to elect a U.S. president by a “National Popular Vote.”

As of today, South Dakota is the 14th state to allow permitless concealed carry. Also, a bill introduced in the Mississippi legislature would nullify the federal ban on “bump stocks.”

Police departments across the country are deploying DHS DNA technology to build a database of “suspicious people.”

Three bills presented by Wyoming legislators last week requiring the state’s treasurer to invest in gold and silver are the logical follow-up to the state’s decision last summer to declare gold and silver as legal tender.

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