In the case of Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the Supreme Court may soon usurp the power to put limits on religion and to force the use of property.
A lawsuit has been filed against Liberty High School in Hillsboro, Oregon, for refusing to allow a student, senior Addison Barnes, to wear a pro-Trump border wall t-shirt to class. And while it is appropriate for schools to set dress codes for their students, the lawsuit notes that the school took action not because Barnes violated any sort of school dress code, but because others were simply "offended" by his shirt.
The organization Speech First has filed for an injunction against University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel, declaring that he and the university are violating students’ freedom of speech.
Connecticut joined 10 other states in calling for the president to be popularly elected, rather than by the Electoral College.
On Tuesday, the Boulder, Colorado, city council voted unanimously to outlaw possession of “assault weapons,” magazines containing more than 10 rounds, and “bump stocks,” while raising to age 21 those allowed to purchase whatever is left.
The Article V movement is coming from diametrically opposed sides of the political spectrum. And the fact that both sides are working together is frightening for the Constitution.
Kaitlin Bennett is a charming, fearless defender of precious rights, including the right to self-defense and the means by which to defend oneself. May her number increase!
Outgoing Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed numerous bills Friday — two groups in particular seek either to protect or expand their influence through legislation.
Fifteen states have considered the proposed Constitutional Convention idea this year — and all 15 have said no thanks.