Big Banks Are The Root of Gangs and Drugs
Banks profit while low-level dealers are thrown in prison.
by The Alex Jones Show
Civil Asset Forfeiture About More Than Fighting Drugs
The problem of civil asset forfeiture is now so serious that the Canadian government has warned its citizens not to carry cash into the United States…
by Steve Byas

Hillary's Benghazi Lies Exposed!
Presidential candidate a known liar.
by Lee Ann McAdoo
Texas Legislators Reduce Penalty For Guns At Airports
CHL holders who are stopped by security will be allowed to put their guns in their vehicles or check it with their luggage.
by Bluegrass Bruce

Supreme Court Strikes Down Maryland Income Tax Law
The 5-4 ruling is expected to have significant implications for more than 5,000 taxing jurisdictions across the country.
by Dan McCue
U.S. top court backs police over arrest of mentally ill woman
Court said nothing the officers did violated the U.S. Constitution’s Fourth Amendment.
by Reuters

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

Will Congress Grow a Pair in Time to Dismantle Tyranny?
Or will lawmakers reauthorize PATRIOT Act?
by Infowars Nightly News
Will You Obey Your Oath or Orders?
Unconstitutional gun grabs have already happened before!
by Infowars Nightly News

Poll: Voters Worry Military Exercises May Lead to Federal Control Of States
45% of voters are concerned that the government will use U.S. military training operations to impose greater control over some states.
by Rasmussen Reports
Are Blueprints For 3D-Printed Guns Protected Speech?
Cody Wilson is arguing that the blueprints are constitutionally protected free speech.
by Frank Miniter

Roadside checkpoints raise thorny questions
Agents have broad discretion to pull over people for a secondary inspection.
by David Sommerstein
Oregon Governor Signs Bill Requiring Background Check on Nearly All Gun Buyers
Governor says it’s a “common-sense approach” that doesn’t “[interfere] with the lawful right of citizens to bear arms.”
by Reuters

TPP Trade Deal: Congress Giving Away Its Authority
TPP means Congress surrendering to ‘global busybodies.’
by Phyllis Schlafly
CIA Whistleblower Jeffrey Sterling Sentenced to 42 Months in Prison
Agent sentenced for giving data to James Risen.
by Sputnik