The editors of Antiwar.com are suing the FBI for access to surveillance files they say the agency has compiled on them and their online magazine.
None of the police-state measures in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing made Boston-area residents safer. But that hasn’t stopped new proposals to expand government.
As an IRS official pleads the Fifth in House hearings it is apparent the administration knew about the IRS discrimination against conservative groups.
The DOJ has been investigating a Fox News reporter for his allegedly “classified” newsgathering activities.
True the Vote, the nation's leading voters’ rights organization, filed suit in federal court in Washington, D.C., against the IRS. True the Vote is asking the court to grant its long-awaited tax-exempt status and is seeking damages for delays in the processing of its application.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told the World Health Assembly on May 20 that "universal health coverage" is a "right" that "national governments" must enact.
The estimate that the cost of government regulations now exceed half of the annual budget for the first time fails to take into account the cost in freedoms lost in the regulatory state.
Regarding Obama's recent scandals, many are asking, "How much did he know?" While he may not have known everything his subordinates did, since he selected them he knew how they would act.
In less than a week, at least six people in Yemen were killed in U.S. drone strikes, and many others were wounded.
Author Christopher Ferrara’s main target, as indicated by the title of his book, is Liberty. He states: “America was the place where Liberty finally replaced what the Christian religion had once wrought in social order: the alliance of altar and throne.” But it isn’t liberty that has been failing in America; it is license.