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. 

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