----Another Boost for War and Tyranny
2017 Bill Only Includes Four Months of War Funding
Making Its Way Through Congress. This new bill would ban the IRS from collecting names of donors for tax-exempt groups, possibly allowing foreign contributions, and it's backed by the Koch brothers.
Planned Parenthood, a U.S. women's healthcare and abortion provider, has filed a federal lawsuit against the state of Kansas over a plan to strip it of government healthcare funding, court records showed.
Republican lawmakers in the House of Representatives have lined up to quietly kill a cost estimate of the Pentagon's three-decade nuclear modernization program, which experts predict will exceed $1 trillion.
Encryption is complicated. Legislating for it, even more so. But after years of shrugging off the issue, Congress finally seems motivated to create a legal framework for one of our most critical digital security features.
even if they raid the wrong home. (NaturalNews) Not only do congressional Democrats want to take away your constitutional right to own a firearm, they also want to extinguish all methods of protecting yourself from being shot, even if it's the polic
These teens are suing the federal government for their involvement in climate change because it's a violation of their constitutional rights.
Intense debate and international diplomatic blackmail has dominated the discussion of the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act, a bipartisan bill which would open up civil lawsuits against any foreign nations if they are found to be involved in
Globalism proceeds apace. Last week Western leaders took aim at financial privacy and suggested an international register that would list the beneficial owners of every private corporation worldwide. This week, yet another international judiciary is
Last week, a line was crossed in the ongoing campaign of liberals to criminalize freedom of expression. The attorney general of the U.S. Virgin Islands subpoenaed a decade of materials and work by a private advocacy group that had dared to question t
Hey, did you know in Texas, it's illegal to possess an Erlenmeyer flask without a permit from the government? What's an Erlenmeyer flask? It's that glass conical-bottom, narrow-necked flask you see in all the science labs. Remember high school
As Apple battled the FBI for the last two months over the agency's demands that Apple help crack its own encryption, both the tech community and law enforcement hoped that Congress would weigh in with some sort of compromise solution.
no citizen shall be allowed to grow their own food! (NaturalNews) More and more, our elected leaders have taken it upon themselves to abuse our trust, abuse our rights and do whatever they can to ensure that we remain wedded to "the system"
Imagine arriving at your local airport one morning for a domestic flight to a neighboring city. You approach the security checkpoint and the TSA lackey asks for your identification. After handing him your driver's license, you prepare to be groped
children to ingest psychiatric medication. (NaturalNews) In one state, at least, it is no longer permissible to force parents at gunpoint to allow their children to be given dangerous psychotropic drugs.
Californians longing for the "Good Ole Days" of wage and price controls under President Nixon may get their wish.
The tiny house movement has taken America by storm, in part because our economy is in the toilet. People are striving to reduce their expenses by embracing minimalism.
An address delivered to the Libertarian Party of Florida on March 23, 2016 in Destin, Florida
The Connecticut Legislature is proposing a bill that would tax income from Yale's $25.6 billion endowment, Bloomberg reported.
Technology companies could face civil penalties for refusing to comply with court orders to help investigators access encrypted data under draft legislation nearing completion in the U.S. Senate, sources familiar with continuing discussions told Reut
Attorney General Loretta Lynch testified Wednesday that the Justice Department has "discussed" taking civil legal action against the fossil fuel industry for "denying" the "threat of carbon emissions" when it comes to climate change.
A bill introduced in the state House would require the reporting of non-vaccinated students to the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. Currently those records are kept with the school.
JOSH GERSTEIN at Politico reports, Attorney General Loretta Lynch declined Wednesday to discuss how she would make a decision about whether to prosecute Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton over classified i
It started with a reporter's attempt to learn whether problem police officers were moving from department to department. It resulted in legislation that is again bringing national scrutiny to the Virginia General Assembly: a bill that could keep al
Below are four letters to the Wall Street Journal in today's edition. The first three are in response to a commentary by Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, about the minefield of federal laws and sentencing. I like the third one, which draws an analogy to the
There is nothing noble, righteous, or even 'conservative' about it. It's a way for you to be abused via ignorance and inertia.
Several years ago, local journalists noticed that three of the largest police agencies in Virginia -- the Fairfax County Police Department, the Alexandria Police Department and the Arlington County Police Department -- were summarily denying all op
LAST FEBRUARY, the White House held a three-day summit on the topic of "Countering Violent Extremism."
The Senate is expected to take up legislation to reform federal mandatory minimum sentence laws, but the measure is stalled on Majority Leader McConnell's desk. Republicans are split on the issue between reformers and "law and order" fundamentalists.