Senator Ted Cruz and Representative Francis Rooney have introduced companion bills to add an amendment to the Constitution to limit congressional terms of office. According to Cruz, ″term limits on members of Congress offer a solution to the brokenness we see in Washington, D.C.” How so?
With Congress and the president locked in a battle over his requested appropriation to build a border wall, the question has been raised: Does Trump have the authority to build the wall in order to fulfill his duty to protect the states from invasion?
Proposed constitutional amendments by Tennessee Democrat Steve Cohen illustrate that there are far too many in our country who do not like the restrictive nature of our Constitution.
A federal judge’s ruling to limit the transfer of files allowing citizens to print their own guns using 3-D technology has resulted in exactly the opposite: The number of downloads of those files has exploded since his ruling in August.
On Tuesday, Trump’s acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker announced the final rule from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) banning so-called bump stocks.
What would the Founding Fathers have said about satanic displays at Christmastime on government property? Would they have insisted their First Amendment mandates allowing such or that something has gone terribly wrong with their American experiment?
Had Venezuelan citizens enjoyed the protection of something similar to our Second Amendment, they would likely not have fallen to the tyranny of Chávez and Maduro.
Despite the Second Amendment's clear protection of an individual's right to keep and bear arms, a bill in Congress proposes to take away firearms from citizens who have neither been charged nor convicted of any crime at all.
Democratic socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez “should run for president and dare the Supreme Court to stop her.” So says a leftist writer who further emphatically states, “Immigrants, young people, and everyone else should be allowed to run.”
Texas State Representative Dan Flynn has filed a bill stating that school districts may not prohibit the posting of a copy of the Ten Commandments in classrooms.
The New Jersey State Police refused to reject door-to-door enforcement of a new high-capacity magazine ban.