In the American holiday calendar no day is more significant than the Fourth of July, in which we celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776.
Reuters reports that both the Bush and Obama administrations have conspired to send U.S. troops to Somalia without Congressional authorization.
The Declaration contained "the most important addition to the theory of government in all history."
There is more bad news for the administration, as a new Quinnipiac University poll shows that Barack Obama has been pegged the worst president since World War II, surpassing even George W. Bush, who left the office with just a 34-percent approval rating, according to Gallup.
On July 5, 1787, James Madison warned against the discord that comes from compromise for its own sake.
A report issued Tuesday reveals that the FBI conducts so much warrantless surveillance that it cannot keep track of it all.
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.