Nuclear Plant: We Could Have Shot Reporters If They Got Closer To Reactor
“Lethal force could have been used” if “the reporters had approached a fence or tried to enter the protected area.”
by Alex Pappas
CA Principal Bans the Sale of Chick-Fil-A at School Fundraiser
Because of company’s gay marriage stance.
by Trey Sanchez

Harvard: Millions of Dollars More For Gun Control
Billionaire bankrolling of the anti-gun movement is perhaps the most significant new development in the gun control debate in our lifetime.
by NRA-ILA
Uniformed State Trooper Asked to Leave Waffle House Because He Was Armed
Manager yelled that he had to leave and he was not welcome back to the restaurant.
by Bob Price

X-Box Live Privacy Class Action Thrown Out
“Plaintiffs do not allege a single fact to support their allegation…”
by June Williams
Federal court overturns Ohio law barring false campaign statements
Federal judge struck down the law banning political lying as unconstitutional.
by Sabrina Eaton

Gun control group uses arrest of cop watchers for Kroger gun ban campaign
Individuals were neither arrested for crimes stemming from open carry activities.
by Chris Eger
Cop To Cameraman: 'If You're Invoking Your Rights, You Must Be Doing Something Wrong'
You have rights as an American citizen. They just won’t be respected by default.
by Tim Cushing


US Seeks Prison in New York Insider Trading Case
Mathew Martoma to be sentenced Monday afternoon.
by Associated Press
Rep. King On ISIS War: No Time for Constitution and Congress
Constitution irrelevant as war on terror enters new phase.
by Kurt Nimmo

Nixon’s Vindication
Forty years ago many Americans celebrated the demise of the imperial presidency with the resignation of Richard Nixon.
by Ron Paul
Bush-era memos: President can wiretap Americans at all times
Stellar Wind began after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
by Agence France Presse

Whistle-blower sues Bay Area city, claiming free speech violation
No raises or promotions for whistleblower city employee since 2009.
by Jennifer Baires
When Can the FBI Use National Security Letters to Go After Journalists? That’s Classified
FBI redacts portion of doc concerning “significant First Amendment interests.”
by Trevor Timm

Do You Receive Free Lunch at Work? The IRS Wants to Tax It
The IRS. There are few agencies more hated, corrupt, and degraded in the entire nation, and that’s saying a lot.
by Michael Krieger
Incumbents face heat over where they say they reside
Candidates spend more time in D.C. than their home states.
by Fox News