As 2018 begins, the surveillance state is gearing up for even greater surveillance of American citizens. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is setting aside $1 billion for a biometric scanning program to capture the faces of those leaving the country at airports. That scanning includes the faces of American citizens, even though DHS has no legal authority to conduct that surveillance.
It's just a matter of time before national reciprocity for concealed carry becomes the law of the land. It could happen sooner rather than later.
The unconstitutional Antiquities Act should be repealed and so-called “federal lands” in the western states should be turned over to the states, as our nation’s founders intended.
The Supreme Court is set to decide whether the government may obtain data on an individual’s cellphone usage without a warrant, a ruling that has both Fourth and First Amendment implications.
With Mick Mulvaney taking over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, its 1,623 employees are, at least temporarily, frozen in place in terms of hiring and mission, an unmitigated blessing and victory for lovers of freedom.
Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Director Mick Mulvaney is likely to be appointed to take Richard Cordray’s place when he leaves the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) at the end of next week.
The threat to refuse Roy Moore as senator from Alabama, should he win, is a serious threat to our republican form of government — regardless of what one thinks of Moore or the allegations made against him.
Unconstitutional on its face, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, created in 2011, deserves nothing less than official obliteration.