While a bill to reverse the U.S. Supreme Court's recent Hobby Lobby ruling failed in the U.S. Senate, the effort shed light on the continuing attack on religious liberty in America.
This week is the anniversary of the signing of the Sedition Act into law by President John Adams. This 18th-century “law,” described in a History Channel article as one of the “most egregious breaches of the U.S. Constitution in history,” has been reborn in the 21st century.
After a career that saw him teaching at Williams College in Massachusetts for 40 years, Professor James MacGregor Burns entered into eternity on July 15, 2014.
Do you know how your U.S. representative and senators vote on key issues? Do you know if their actual voting records conform to their rhetoric — or to the U.S. Constitution?
On Monday the House considered government funding for the next 12 months, and took the opportunity to cut appropriations for the IRS enforcement budget by 25 percent.
Retaliating against the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in favor of the Hobby Lobby, Democratic senators have announced plans to introduce a bill nicknamed "Not My Boss's Business Act."
Just when you thought it was safe to get back on the Internet. The latest Internet security bill passed out of committee this week and could be headed for the body of the Senate.
Steve Forbes calls for defunding of the IRS with the only reason for its continued existence being “a handful of clerks to process refunds.” But why stop there; why not repeal the 16th Amendment and abolish the income tax?
Despite reluctance among the establishment wing of the Republican Party to impeach Obama, the GOP grassroots is overwhelmingly in favor of impeachment, a new poll commissioned by the online Huffington Post revealed.
The ratio for representation established by the Constitution in 1787 was repealed in 1929, leading to a lack of representation.