Commentary
That fatal March 16 police shooting of James Boyd — a homeless man with a history of mental illness — in the Sandia Foothills near Albuquerque has raised questions about whether or not the police acted excessively.
Conservative commentators and champions of free speech are speaking up after homosexual activists were successful in forcing the resignation of the CEO of Mozilla, the company which markets and maintains the popular Firefox web browser.
As the Obama administration continues to field criticisms over the disastrous last day for healthcare enrollment on the government website, a new survey relays details that are sure to cause further trouble for ObamaCare advocates.
The Missouri House of Representatives removed a criminal penalties provision from a Second Amendment protection bill.
A South Carolina bill that would have restricted the applicability of ObamaCare to citizens of the Palmetto State has failed in the state senate.
The Environmental Protection Agency is under attack from all sides yet again, this time for conducting dangerous and potentially even deadly experiments on unwitting human test subjects in what analysts say was a transparent bid to advance the Obama administration’s radical agenda by executive decree.
The Mississippi legislature has given final passage to a bill that will protect citizens against state intrusion into their right to religious expression.
In a letter to two senators, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper admits that Americans have been directly targeted by the NSA for surveillance.
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down limits on aggregate campaign donations April 2 by a narrow 5-4 decision. 
Evil is present in the world — as demonstrated again in another Ft. Hood shooting — and laws that render targets defenseless will continue to encourage that evil.  
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