Police Dept. Requests Facebook PASSWORD From Gun Permit Applicant
Request violates Constitution & Facebook’s Terms of Service.
by Kit Daniels
Texas lawmakers to introduce Ebola travel ban legislation
Two Texas Republican lawmakers plan to introduce legislation banning travel between the U.S. and Ebola-stricken countries in West Africa.
by Jesse Byrnes

Homeowner Under Fire For Decapitated Obama Head On Spear As Halloween Decoration
Homeowner defends his First Amendment rights.
by CBS Seattle
Lawsuit: College Student Shunned for Anti-Gay View
University kicks student out of classroom for describing lesbianism as perverse.
by Associated Press

Florida Man Gets Life for 'Loud Music' Killing
“What is said is that this case exemplifies that our society seems to have lost its way.”
by Dan McCue
Court tells Corps of Engineers to allow guns on property
Army bans Second Amendment on land it controls.
by Chris Eger

5-Year Old Child Forced To Sign 'Non-Suicide Agreement' After Crayon Gun Drawing
“Mommy, daddy, what is suicide?” girl asked parents.
by Steve Watson
Atheist jailed for denying ‘higher power’ in Calif. drug rehab gets $2M
Barry Hazle Jr. sued state and treatment center for violating his religious liberty.
by Marisa Taylor


Poll: Most Democrats support curtailing free speech
“Hate speech” could mean anything.
by Dave Huber
Kansas City repeals open carry prohibition following veto
Moratorium passes by unanimous vote.
by Chris Eger

Federal Judge: Texas Voter ID Law Unconstitutional
“…has an impermissible discriminatory effect against Hispanics and African-Americans…”
by Ross Ramsey
Researchers Assail Everytown and FBI Shootings Reports
Anti-gun group’s Analysis of Recent Mass Shootings “riddled with errors,” FBI’s Study of Active Shooter Incidents “flawed.”
by NRA-ILA

Cabbies Seek Payday in Face of App-Based Rides
Innovative industry faces backlash from cabbies.
by Molly Willms
Courts Block Voter ID Laws In Texas, Wisconsin
A federal judge likened Texas’ strict voter ID requirement to a poll tax deliberately meant to suppress minority voter turnout and struck it down less than a month before Election Day — and mere hours after the U.S. Supreme Court blocked a similar measure in Wisconsin. The twin rulings released Thursday evening represent major and […]
by Associated Press

CBS Buries Poor Approval Ratings for Obama, Democrats Ahead of Midterms
Latest CBS News poll shows poor ratings by Democrats for a variety of issues.
by Curtis Houck
Investigator Told to Delay Secret Service Prostitution Report Until After Election
Obama administration repeatedly denied anyone from the White House was involved.
by Carol D. Leonnig and David Nakamura