A Colorado bill has caused a furor because of fears that it could be used by Secret Service agents to arrest sheriffs who refuse to enforce unconstitutional gun controls.

Since March 28, when President Obama issued an executive order creating the Presidential Commission on Election Administration, a growing number of individuals and organizations have reacted by raising concerns that such a move possibly heralds an eventual federal takeover of American elections.

In several articles being published around the country, nullification is being disparaged as a bizarre fad and nuts.

On Tuesday, April 2, the United States joined with 154 other countries in approving the UN's Arms Trade Treaty, which calls for registration and potentially confiscation of privately owned firearms.

It is hardly an exaggeration to say that unconstitutional executive orders signed by President Obama last year and last week have moved us dangerously closer to dictatorship.

The Obama administration treated the creation of "democracy" in the Middle East as a Good Thing. Ironically, those who created the United States of America viewed democracy with fear — and created a Constitutional republic instead.

Five new bills in Congress threaten an unconstitutional federal power grab over elections.

After passing out of a subcommittee, South Carolina State Representative Bill Chumley's ObamaCare nullification bill is one step closer to enactment.

As the date for en masse deployment of domestic drones draws near, significant constitutional questions on their use remain.

We’ve dropped a long way in 224 years, from Washington then to Washington now, from George Washington to Washington, D.C.

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