Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has offered three bills designed to fundamentally change the way Congress considers legislation.
Six score and 30 years ago, the 16th president of the United States delivered an address at the site of the major Civil War battle in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Two very different manhunts occurred in this nation 50 years apart. One was in 1963 in response to the assassination of a president of the United States; the other followed a pair of bomb explosions that killed three people and injured an estimated 264 others at the 2013 Boston Marathon. Viewed together, these two manhunts illustrate how much law enforcement has strayed from its strong constitutional principles and moved toward a police state in the last 50 years.
On November 13, Texas Republican and fiscal conservative Debra Medina announced her candidacy for the state comptroller’s office in 2014. She has an impressive pedigree in the Republican Party, having garnered 19 percent of the 2010 primary vote against Rick Perry and former Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison.
Republican lawmakers formally introduced Articles of Impeachment against Attorney General Eric Holder, who stands accused of multiple high crimes and misdemeanors.
Hacker Jeremy Hammond, a so-called “hacktivist,” or an activist who uses hacking to further a cause, was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison on Friday for his role in stealing documents and financial data from the private intelligence-gathering outfit Stratfor and handing the material he obtained to WikiLeaks — part of an effort he says was aimed at exposing government criminality to the world.
Perhaps Obama — perennially “bored to death” and with talents so “extraordinary” that he has “never been challenged intellectually” — finds the issues of the presidency cerebrally unchallenging and intrinsically boring.
There is plenty in the mammoth ObamaCare program to anger everyone. But perhaps one of the most troublesome issues that will plague congressional Democrats in the coming election is the matter of the controversial exemptions to ObamaCare that the Washington ruling class arranged for themselves.
Another Federal court has taken a whack at another 200-year-old tradition in this country. This time, it’s opening public meetings with a prayer. An appeals court has ruled that the practice somehow violates the U.S. Constitution.
A legal scholar has asserted that President Obama’s announced "fix" for the fumble he caused in his ObamaCare rollout is unconstitutional.