The U.S. government often manufactures and creates the alleged “terrorism threats” it purports to be fighting, in some cases even prodding mentally challenged dupes into bogus “plots” that authorities concocted in the first place, according to a newly released report highlighting the troubling practices.
Another victory in the war to preserve, protect, and strengthen the Second Amendment. It will take more than one judge's ruling, however, to reverse D.C.'s anti-gun mentality.
The Internal Revenue Service continues to extend its already vast overreach, this time by agreeing to monitor church sermons as part of an agreement the government made on July 17 with the aggressively atheistic Freedom From Religion Foundation.
The editorial board of the New York Times, which generally favors the imposition of "liberal" or "progressive" reforms at the national level, has come out in favor of states' rights on the legalization of marijuana.
The term of office and method of election of president changed drastically at the Convention of 1787.
In an apparent effort to defend its gruesome (and failing) business interests in the state, abortion giant Planned Parenthood announced that it will spend $3 million to try to buy the Texas governorship and other key offices for pro-abortion Democrat candidates in the 2014 elections.
Another child is injured by an overly aggressive SWAT team and their use of seemingly unnecessary force. The mother and her daughter are now suing the SWAT team.
Conflicting decisions by two separate appeals courts have observers of the ongoing ObamaCare debacle predicting a Supreme Court showdown for the socialized healthcare nightmare.
Resistance to renewing the Export-Import Bank's charter is growing, mostly led by Rep. Jeb Hensarling.
The state senate of North Carolina is close to approving a bill that would allow state and local law enforcement to use automatic license plates reader systems to create databases of people traveling on state roadways.