Former presidential candidate and pizza purveyor Herman Cain is the latest self-professed “conservative” to join the claque calling for an Article V constitutional convention.
On May 19 the California state Senate voted 29-1 to approve SB 828, the California Fourth Amendment Protection Act, which would prohibit the state from helping any federal agency that attempts the “illegal and unconstitutional collection of electronic data.”
Less than six months into his second term, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is having an increasingly difficult time pushing the New Jersey “comeback” theme that gained him reelection in January.
The growing scandal at the VA simply confirms what we’ve known all along: The bloated bureaucracy that is the federal government is out of control.
In a decision handed down earlier this month, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the right to a jury trial guaranteed by the Sixth Amendment.
On May 21, 1766, the Sons of Liberty erected a liberty pole in the commons of New York City celebrating the repeal of the Stamp Act — signals of liberty that still exist.
A Mississippi pastor arrested and jailed for several hours in 2011 after he participated in a peaceful pro-life demonstration has now filed a lawsuit.
A federal judge overturned a ban on same-sex marriage in the state of Pennsylvania on Tuesday.
When Federal District Judge Richard Berman ruled that Dinesh D’Souza, co-producer of the documentary film 2016: Obama’s America, had provided no evidence that he was selectively prosecuted for arranging to make illegal campaign contributions to a friend in 2012, D’Souza had no other defense.
The Missouri legislature has sent to voters a proposed amendment preventing unwarranted surveillance of electronic and digital communication.