Former EPA Administrator is Clueless About the Constitution and Law
Supreme Court has repeatedly held that federal government cannot require the states to help enforce federal acts.
by Tenth Amendment Center
Why this Wal-Mart gun lawsuit could change everything for the company
Deemed “offensive to family and community values.”
by Ben Geier

Justices turn away challenge to Wisconsin voter ID law
Justices’ action means the state is free to impose the voter ID requirement in future elections.
by Associated Press
House Committee formally requests Clinton's private emails
Republicans have been calling on Clinton to turn over her email server
by Chris Frates

Obama's 'Signature Achievement' Will Be Bypassing the Constitution
Obama’s single most notable achievement will be circumventing checks and balances with more regularity than any president in history.
by David Harsanyi
Monsanto Settles Suit With Farmers in Seven States
GMO-giant continues degradation of US food supply.
by Joe Harriss

Texas Senate Bill 538 Contains Internment Camp Provision
Bill expands police powers to detain individuals.
Citizen Journalist Thrown Out of City Council Receives $200,000 Settlement
In a victory that should be celebrated by journalists and activists alike, Citizen Journalist Nydia Tisdale announced a settlement with the Mayor and the Chief of Police in Cumming, GA from her Federal lawsuit that was getting ready to go to trial in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. Tisdale had filed a […]
by Bobby Rodrigo

Fournier: Democrats 'Scared to Death' over Hillary Clinton
National Journal Senior Political Columnist and Editorial Director Ron Fournier said that Democrats are “scared to death”.
by Breitbart
How Osama bin Laden repealed the Fourth Amendment
He who will trade liberty for security shall have neither.
by Beauford Observer

Texas Legislature Ready to Move Forward on Open Carry Bill
“Two years ago they did this in Oklahoma, and for the sheriffs this has been a non-event, no problems…”
by Bob Price
Jury convicts man who used 'Joe Biden defense'
Gun incident ends in misdemeanor obstruction trial.
by Emily Gillespie

White House intruder pleads guilty to assault, illegal entry
Man faces up to 10 years in prison for illegal entry charge and eight years for assault accusation.
by Ian Simpson
Uber Sued Over Driver Data Breach, Adding to Legal Woes
Suit seeks more than $5 million in damages.
by Reuters

Texas Congressman Fights For Legal Weed
Bill would decriminalize marijuana.
"Wellness Checks" is Code For Gun Confiscation
National Guard now training to go door-to-door.