A measure gaining traction in Congress would require the 2010 Census to include a question about citizenship, a change that would cost millions of dollars and possibly derail a full count.
Something that has been bothering me for quite some time now is the definition of a 'right', as opposed to the definition of an 'entitlement'
Depending on your perspective, the Oath Keepers are either strident defenders of liberty or dangerous peddlers of paranoia.
Has Google scrubbed its own News Archive?
Halloween is near and it's scary here As I roll into Washington D.C Politicians are out, exercising their clout Unashamed, for all to see. "We're headed for hell if we don't pass this bill" Was their frantic anxious scream So th
Contrary to the prevailing attitude in politics and the media today, the words of our founders do still have meaning for many Americans. They value both the letter and the spirit of the Constitution, and, as its Tenth Amendment underscores, that docu
Article I, Section 9, of the Constitution, the emolument clause, clearly stipulates: "And no Person holding any Office of Profit or Trust under them, shall accept of any present, Emolument, Office, or Title from any King, Prince or foreign State."
The Constitution's Shocking Alliance with Big Government
Joe Buckley joins Eric Cartridge and Ernest Hancock in a discussion about the US Constitution and the possibility of no Federal Government as a better option.
Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus has something to say to gun owners: “Own a gun; lose your coverage!”
A method of tracking of people’s movements behind walls or total darkness has been developed. Its inventors have come up with dozens of applications, from dealing with hostage crisis to taking care of elder people.
'm going to go back to this quote by Barney Frank of the US House, because it says everything those in state and local governments need to know: Barney Frank, the Massachusetts Democrat who is chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, sa
Does the United States Constitution protect the freedom of speech of American citizens, or does it not? In this era of globalization, the answer is becoming increasingly muddled.
...referring to the Oath to SUPPORT AND DEFEND THE CONSTITUTION - like Public Officeholders...
What America was meant to be. video
ust 39% of Americans now say the United States needs stricter gun control, as the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to review the constitutionality of state and local anti-gun laws.
Several bills would issue extra payments to the more than 50 million Social Security recipients, to make up for the lack of a cost-of-living increase next year. One bill would set the one-time payments at $250, matching the amount paid to Social Secu
Our Nation Is Out of Control Constitutionally, Economically & Ethically - WHAT NEXT?
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Obama’s Attorney General, Eric Holder, has apparently hired a cadre of left-wing, Democrat campaign bloggers to troll through the Internet looking for news stories and blog posts that denigrate the Obama agenda.
Former Republican House majority leader Tom DeLay says he has "no idea" whether Barack Obama is constitutionally eligible to serve as president...
A top Senate Democrat said just because other presidents have created "czars" to carry out administration policy does not mean President Obama is right to follow their lead - and warned that Congress may have to step in and keep White House appointee
Many people seem not to care what the Constitution requires. Today’s message is for those who do care. Drug control is NOT a Constitutional power of the federal government.
Here is a letter... sent to the sheriff of Big horn County MT. regarding the American Police Force presence in Hardin Montana..
The health care bills moving through Congress raise a host of contentious policy issues. But provisions in the bill before the Senate Finance Committee also test whether politics trumps the Constitution.
In a new report, Neil Barofsky, the special inspector general for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP), reveals that then-Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and key federal regulators forced the nation’s nine largest financial institutions to t
"...shall not be infringed."
These new rules insinuate themselves into regulating free speech, and worse, they give no clear guidelines on the scope of the enforcement or the methods of disclosing properly to avoid the FTC’s wrath. They aim a bazooka at a gnat in terms of publi
Our voter registration system is a disaster, and I have the scars to prove it. I spent eight years in the partisan cross hairs of election administration while serving as Ohio's chief election official. No element of election administration is more f
Judge Andrew Napolitano and Bob Higgs discuss ominous historical parallels, and the ways Hoover expanded government to worsen the Great Depression.