The American Revolution Was Not a Party
The state relies on initiating violence.
by Ryan McMaken
Utah Demands Feds Surrender Lands by Dec. 31
Formally demanding that Washington, D.C., relinquish control over more than 30 million acres of valuable land…
by Alex Newman

Sandy Hook’s Case against Bushmaster, and Why the Gun Debate Is Already Over
Should we hold car manufacturers responsible for the deaths of drivers?
by Joshua Krause
Bush v. Clinton In 2016? New World Order Dream Matchup Being Touted As ‘Inevitable’
The next presidential election is still nearly two years away, and yet the mainstream media is already telling Americans who they are supposed to vote for.
by Michael Snyder

PBS Poll Shows Americans Overwhelmingly Favor Gun Rights Over Restrictions
Attempt to use Newtown as poster child for gun control backfires.
by Adan Salazar
“F*ck the police” Arrest Leads County to Award Woman $100k Settlement
Attorney: “It’s important to understand that people have a right to express their ideas… no matter how offensive…”
by Adan Salazar

Despite Sydney's Gun Control, Gunman Holds Hostages For 16 Hours
Violent criminal refuses to obey gun laws.
by Kit Daniels
Texas State Bill Will Nullify All Federal Unconstitutional Acts
Texas Balance of Powers Act is a full-throated defiance of federal tyranny…
by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.


Ohio legislature sends sweeping gun rights bill to Governor
Bill relaxes the residency requirements to apply for a permit.
by Chris Eger
Rep. Paul Gosar Calls Native Americans 'Wards Of The Federal Government'
Struck a harsh chord with tribal members and legal experts.
by Felicia Fonseca

Reporter details effort to get concealed carry permit in nation's capital
Simply put, D.C. police don’t want the slaves to protect themselves.
by Emily Miller
Cargill Pays $6.1 Million Sweetener Settlement
Largely synthetic and chemically produced sweetener promoted as natural.
by Phillip A. Janquart

Reporters Demand California Crime Report
“Even though these documents are old, and even though these public records have fallen outside of government hands, it’s important to recognize that they’re still public records.”
by Katherine Proctor
Lawsuit: Cops Confiscate Guns From Home After False Arrest
Police refuse to return guns despite dropping all charges nearly four months ago.
by Kit Daniels

Obama Admits Amnesty Is For Many More Than 5 Million
President Barack Obama told a group of illegal immigrants in Tennessee that his immigration-law rewrite means “you’re not going to be deported.”
by Neil Munro
New Illinois Eavesdropping Act Still Seems Designed to Protect Cops From Scrutiny
Government moves to chip away at First Amendment.
by Jacob Sullum