An amendment to the immigration bill to be offered by Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) would prohibit the creation of a national ID card system.
A ruling in Colorado has been made that an elementary school discriminated against a six-year-old boy who thinks he is a girl by not allowing him to use the girl's restroom.
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas likened the rationale for an affirmative action admissions policy to segregationist arguments of previous decades.
Judges are not fit arbiters of moral issues, Justice Scalia said in a speech titled, "Mullahs of the West: Judges as Moral Arbiters."
Three recess appointments President Obama made to the National Labor Relations Board in January 2012 is now on the docket at the Supreme Court to determine their validity.
Texas Governor Rick Perry signed a bill into law June 14 that curtails the power of law enforcement and government to use drones to conduct surveillance on the citizens of the Lone Star State.
The Supreme Court handed down a decision on June 17 that has been ignored by most media outlets, despite its devastating effect on one of the most fundamental rights protected by the Constitution.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted 225-200 on June 20 to legalize the industrial farming of hemp fiber.
As mainstream media is more discredited, journalist Ben Swann wants his "Liberty Is Rising Truth in Media" project to restore the media's role as watchdog of those in power.