As it did in the case of NFIB v. Sebelius, the Supreme Court is considering a case that would grant the federal government nearly unlimited unconstitutional power over every aspect of life.

A two-year long non-partisan study has concluded it is "indisputable" that the United States engaged in the practice of torture.

A bill sponsored by Assemblyman Tim Donnelly would protect Californians from being denied basic civil liberties as authorized by the NDAA.

 

Both houses of the Alaska state legislature have passed a measure protecting from federal infringement the right of citizens to keep and bear arms.

Sen. Ted Cruz’s new report slams Obama's lawless attempts to expand executive power, citing six failed efforts since 2012 to increase federal authority.

Idaho Governor Butch Otter has signed into law an act limiting the use of drones in surveillance and evidence gathering.

In a handbook obtained by the ACLU, the IRS claims that its agents do not need a search warrant before snooping through taxpayers' e-mail.

A Washington State florist is being sued by the state government for refusing to do business with a homosexual couple who wanted her to provide the flowers for the wedding ceremony.

Today is the 75th anniversary of the infamous rigged Anschluss election, where 99 percent of German voters supposedly approved the Nazi takeover of Austria.

Even with his 2011 resignation as a U.S. congressman from New York after an online scandal, Anthony Weiner is now considering a run for New York City mayor.

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