There are many lessons for our current political situation to be learned from the colonial declarations of independence.
Unfettered government and crony capitalism, not unfettered markets, are the cause of our current economic problems.
Senate Joint Resolution 19, which has been cosponsored by 43 senators, proposes an amendment to the Constitution “relating to contributions and expenditures intended to affect elections.”
Professor Lawrence Lessig's long-range goal includes cancelling the Constitution in favor of a completely new law of the land.
The president's determination to "go it alone" on immigration reform is at once unnerving and encouraging.
Timothy Murray claims that his primary opponent, Rep. Frank Lucas (R-Okla.) is dead and has been replaced by a robot.
An Oregon federal judge ruled June 24 that 13 Muslim Americans who challenged the federal government’s no-fly list in a lawsuit were denied a constitutional right to travel.
The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a blow to unions and yet another blow to the Tenth Amendment in the 5-4 decision of Harris v. Quinn.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling June 30 in favor of Hobby Lobby that dealt a major blow to President Obama's notorious contraception mandate.
Constitutional convention advocate Mark Meckler praised the participation of Democrats and others in the movement.