Cities across the country continue to take millions in grant money from the Department of Homeland Security, and the surveillance web expands.
In a decision handed down December 16, a federal judge ruled that the NSA's wholesale collection telephone metadata violates the Fourth Amendment.
In a recent article, the New York Times reported on the resistance by sheriffs to federal attempts to curtail gun rights.
Who will pull at the traces when everyone wants to ride in the wagon? The CBO reports that only four out of 10 taxpayers are pulling at the traces.
The Supreme Court has granted 45 Republican senators time to argue against President Obama's recess appointments.
A story in the Washington Post reveals that the FBI can remotely activate laptop cameras without users knowing they're being watched.
A bill blocking enforcement of many key provisions of ObamaCare will soon be considered by the South Carolina state Senate.
Attendees at the Mount Vernon Assembly report that the group's goal of calling a "convention of the states" is on track.
Priests for Life is challenging the Department of Health and Human Services’ contraception mandate in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., and is joined by other individual plaintiffs. The challenge asserts that the plaintiffs’ religious freedoms are being violated by forcing them to provide no-cost access to contraceptives, including those that induce abortion.
Eight of the world’s largest technology companies have combined efforts to launch a website called “Reform Government Surveillance,” designed to expose and counter governmental violations of people’s privacy.