U. of Texas fraternity goes unpunished for 'border patrol' party
“[I]t’s within students’ right to freedom of speech at private off campus event,” a statement from UT said.
by Alexandra Samuels
Vermont town could let those ages 16, 17, vote locally
Current voting age wouldn’t change for state and federal elections.
by AP

Teen charged with manslaughter after she allegedly encouraged friend to commit suicide
Carter’s attorney: “They’re trying to claim there is manslaughter, when they freely admit the boy took his own life. You can’t have it both ways.”
by Fox43.com
We Must Stop Dictator Obama!
Obama setting a precedent for future presidents to act as dictators.
by Infowars.com

BATF Ammo Ban Violates Federal Law As Well As The Constitution
Why would we expect the feral government to care about the law?
by Infowars.com
FCC Launches War On Free Speech
Socialists move against First Amendment.
by Infowars.com

Obama Taunts: I Will Veto Any Laws That Restrain Me
President brags about his destroying Constitution.
by David Knight
AR-15 Ammo Not "Armor Piercing" According to Law, But ATF Banning It Anyway
M855 NOT “armor piercing” due to lead core, according to 18 U.S.C. 921 (a)(17)(B).
by Kit Daniels

Judge Sides With U.S. on BP Oil Spill Fines
BP could face up to $13.7 billion in penalties.
by Sabrina Canfield
Illinois schools mull seizing students’ social media passwords
“Any policy around student social media needs to be very, very cautious.”
by Victor Skinner

Alaska allows recreational marijuana as campaign spreads
Anyone aged 21 or older can now possess up to an ounce of marijuana in Alaska.
by Steve Quinn
'The Greatest Enemy of Press Freedom in a Generation'
Risen has launched a one-man crusade against Holder and the Obama administration.
by David A. Graham

Supreme Court review of cell-site cases?
Fifth Circuit has held that there is no Fourth Amendment protection for historical cell-site records.
by Orin Kerr
When People Can't Be Armed, Terrorists Have Advantage
“They’re sitting ducks.”
by Bill Hoffmann

The Government's War on Freedom of the Press
Press freedom has declined in recent years.
by Ken Silva
Congressmen Introduce Bills to Legalize and Tax Marijuana
States would still be free to ban the drug.
by Jacob Sullum