Judge Tells FBI It Doesn't Have A 'Two-Minute Rule' That Allows It To Listen In On Personal Phone Calls
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit declines FBI rule.
by Tim Cushing
What if We Didn’t Have a Constitution?
Constitution puts clear limits on what the government in America may lawfully do.
by Andrew P. Napolitano

Campus Police Intimidate Student Over Her Anti-Obama & Pro-Gun Signs
Student told she needed “special permission” for protest signs.
by Kit Daniels
Peter King Accuses Rand Paul of 'Spreading Fear' With Patriot Act Filibuster
Congressman ludicrously claims, “we are not sacrificing any liberty.”
by Paul Joseph Watson

House Democrat Introduces Gun Registry Bill
Bill allows Justice Dept. to gather personal information on gun buyers, vendors.
by Kit Daniels
Nebraska Death Penalty Repealed
Legislature Votes To Abolish Capital Punishment, Governor Vows To Veto.
by Elizabeth Whitman

UPS to Pay $25M to Settle Fed Whistleblower Case
UPS will pay $25 million to the federal government and $740,000 to the state of New Jersey.
by Dan McCue
Supreme Court Strikes Down Maryland's Draconian Double Tax
Maryland imposing state tax on top money used for local tax.
by The Alex Jones Show


States saying 'no' to cities seeking to regulate businesses
Potential patchwork of local regulations could be bad for the economy.
by Associated Press
Liberty and Personal Law
Law by consent, not by compulsion.
by Bionic Mosquito

Five Major Banks to Plead Guilty to Rigging Currency Markets
Giant banks are “too big to jail.”
by Andre Damon
Lawmakers may seek to override governor’s veto of gun reform bill, again
Bill’s co-authors is seeking to find common ground with the governor’s office.
by Chris Eger

Border Patrol Boss Looking at 12 Years
Supervisor places camera in women’s bathroom.
by Courthouse News
Report finds majority of cop killers had guns illegally
In 2013 majority of officers’ lives lost were the result of accidents, not shootings.
by Jennifer Cruz

Greatest Threat to Free Speech Comes Not From Terrorism, But From Those Claiming to Fight It
U.K. government currently agitating for new counterterrorism powers.
by Glenn Greenwald
Hawaii Takes GMO Fight to Switzerland
Dow, Syngenta, DuPont, BASF attempting to block ordinance which regulates testing of agrochemicals on GMO seed crops on Kauai.
by Judah Freed