Bombastic talk-show host Alex Jones knows how to get under people’s skin, and he does so regularly. Currently, he is facing an array of attacks intended to silence him.
Controversial talk-show host Alex Jones has been suspended for 30 days by Facebook because of posting four videos that the social-networking giant deemed offensive.
If the Ninth Circuit's recent pro-gun rulings are appealed to the Supreme Court, the Court may be forced to clarify its rulings on gun rights, and this could be favorable to gun owners.
Thirty counties in Illinois have declared themselves "sanctuary cities" and "safe spaces" for gun owners in an effort to discourage legislators from passing anti-gun legislation. According to Guns.com, the designations are part of a statewide effort to send a message to legislators, including Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel.
On Tuesday, the liberal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Second Amendment protects open carry in public for self-defense, reversing a decision handed down by a U.S. District Court in Hawaii.
The IRS has begun exercising power granted to it by Congress to revoke and refuse passports to Americans owing back taxes.
Maine's Republican Governor Paul LePage has provoked harsh criticisms from LGBT activists by vetoing a bill that would have banned therapists from counseling individuals with unwanted same-sex attraction.
The Laurens County (South Carolina) County Council approved a measure calling for the nullification of the NDAA's indefinite detention provisions.
After the U.S. Justice Department settled a lawsuit, the printing of three-dimensional firearms and accessories is recognized as constitutionally protected free speech.
Michael Maharrey of the Tenth Amendment Center challenged the use of surveillance cameras by the city of Lexington, Kentucky, and won.
Back in 2013, a school nurse at a middle school in Texas was ordered to search the underwear of 22 girls in search of $50. The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has finally ruled the school's actions unconstitutional.