AR-15 Ammo Not "Armor Piercing" According to Law, But ATF Banning It Anyway
M855 NOT “armor piercing” due to lead core, according to 18 U.S.C. 921 (a)(17)(B).
by Kit Daniels

Gun Owners Agree: Don't Trust The ATF's Ammo Regulations
Feds pursue backdoor gun control.
by Jakari Jackson
DC Legalizes Pot In Capital
Congress has final say over the laws in the District of Columbia.
by Associated Press

What if the Government Fears Freedom?
What if invading our freedoms keeps us less safe?
by Andrew P. Napolitano
"Boot Licker": Wheeler Faces Protests Before FCC Vote
“Obama’s bitch” set to give government control over the Internet.
by Paul Joseph Watson

Obama: 'Consequences' for ICE Officials Who Don't Follow Executive Amnesty
President Obama warned workers at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement: implement executive amnesty, or else.
by Weekly Standard
Supreme Court takes up religion in the workplace
Weighs case of Muslim woman denied job over headscarf.
by Lydia Wheeler

Congressmen Introduce Bills to Legalize and Tax Marijuana
States would still be free to ban the drug.
by Jacob Sullum
Border Patrol Continues to Act as if Judge Hasn't Blocked Obama's Amnesty
Complete lawlessness throughout the federal government.
by Ryan Lovelace

These Particular Republicans Hate Freedom
Several Republicans would rather side with big government than we the people.
Committee passes, sends full House bill to trim Washington state’s vaccine exemptions
Bill would remove personal or philosophical opposition to vaccines as an authorized exemption from childhood school immunizations.
by Associated Press

The Internet Is Our Only Free Press
Today the internet is the only free press we have, all that stands against total control of information.
by Fred Reed
The James Risen case and Eric Holder's tarnished press freedom legacy
Holder applauds Obama policy of attacking the press.
by Trevor Timm

U.S. Preparing To Sue Ferguson Police Over Charges Of Racial Bias: Report
Expected to outline allegations of discriminatory Ferguson police tactics.
by Reuters
Town Says Public Bypassed on Fracking Permit
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers dodged public comment rules to give oil company permission to frack in wetlands.
by Sabrina Canfield