The Supreme Court ruled that Obama acted unconstitutionally in claiming to exercise his "recess" appointment authority while the Senate was still in session.
An ACLU study reveals an increasingly militarized police force across the country that is abusing power and people.
On June 25, the Supreme Court banned warrantless searches of cellphone data.
Grassroots Republicans and conservatives across America are furious after the GOP establishment was exposed using dishonest, shameful, and potentially unlawful tactics against its own base in Mississippi.
The primary victory of Randolph-Macon College Economics Professor David Brat over sitting House Majority Leader Eric Cantor will make the voting pattern of the district more constitutionally oriented, but David Brat's public pronouncements reveal it's still too early to tell how much better he will be.
UN bureaucrats are seeking to impose "international law" in Detroit after the city threatened to cut off water to seriously delinquent accounts.
The TPP is "NAFTA on steroids" and will do even greater damage to the economy and sovereignty of the United States.
The IRS broke federal law in not reporting Lois Lerner's hard drive failure and the loss of e-mail demanded by Congress, a federal archivist told the House Oversight Committee June 24.
House Speaker John Boehner announced on Wednesday that he would be filing suit against President Obama over his abuse of executive power.
Forty-three senators have co-sponsored S.J. Res. 19, which proposes an amendment to the Constitution “relating to contributions and expenditures intended to affect elections.”