Every victim of a crime in Michigan is entitled to make a statement in open court regarding the impact of the crime on their life.
The US Supreme Court has blocked, pending further review, the Montana Supreme Court's December decision upholding the state's century-old ban on corporate political spending.
Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald began the day yesterday by calling a 12:01am floor session of the Wis. Senate to rush through a wetlands deregulation bill.
Can a parable about Jeremy Lin teach the nation's No. 1 basketball fan that whenever the government attempts to redistribute wealth and make the economy "fairer" the plan is incompatible with liberty and freedom, including the liberty and freedom
I do not intend to name them all. For starters, one simple method is to look at the top contributors to the Romney campaign, since he's the Republican frontrunner and also the establishment Republican candidate. They are PACs and so on for the follow
More than two years after the deadliest crash in Metro’s history, there are no federal standards in place for making the nation’s subways and light rail systems safer. This week, two bills that address safety are expected to go before the House an
Absence of a law is not the only reason the SEC has never charged a member of Congress with insider trading. Not only are there blind spots in monitoring, but also it could be awkward for the agency to investigate those who oversee the SEC and contro
After his comments were published the state board that licenses funeral directors and embalmers revoked his license. Now Schoeller is challenging that punishment arguing the revocation violates his constitutional right to free speech.
Mises Institute chairman and founder Lew Rockwell and Future of Freedom president Jacob Hornberger sit down with Judge Andrew Napolitano on Freedom Watch to explain how both political parties are really just two wings of the same bird of prey. Fox Bu
The tragedy of the anti-commons is a useful concept for understanding a prevalent type of government failure in both poor and rich countries–excessive permit and licensing requirements.
In another outrageous power-grab, FDA says your own stem cells are drugs—and stem cell therapy is interstate commerce because it affects the bottom line of FDA-approved drugs in other states! We wish this were a joke, but it’s the US Food and Drug
Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign has been informed that it will start receiving Secret Service protection this week, two campaign sources and a senior Republican tell ABC News.
If fear of the New World Order is now a recognized mental illness, this is becoming prevalent in the United States, according to the results of a study conducted by the National Institutes of Health. I am thankful to Publisher@FreedomsPhoenix.com for
Have you noticed that in dealing with many government departments now, we are referred to as "customers"? Talk about Orwellian newspeak. I'm not the government's "customer"—I'm it's slave. The only reason why I and anyone else deals with the governme
...our current crisis has been chiefly enabled by monetary policy, fiscal policy, and the global military empire.
Government lies are legion. So many are its lies, that narrowing them down to three of the most important is a demanding task. But our current crisis has been chiefly enabled by monetary policy, fiscal policy, and the global military empire. So I
"Tonight, President Obama once again showed that he does not represent the fundamental change this country needs."
The Supreme Court said Monday that law enforcement authorities might need a probable-cause warrant from a judge to affix a GPS device to a vehicle and monitor its every move — but the justices did not say that a warrant was needed in all cases.
Dispersion of this compound and other microorganisms were conducted in America and England without informing the public. The official rationale for these trials was that they were done to learn about germ warfare, but why the secrecy? Because people
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nevada) on Friday delayed indefinitely a vote on the Protect IP Act, the proposed anti-piracy legislation that drew a widespread internet revolt Wednesday.
Hundreds, if not thousands, of websites are expected to go dark or alter themselves Wednesday to protest proposed U.S. anti-piracy legislation that many believe goes too far fighting online copyright and trademark infringement.
Flodstrom, a 40-year-old artist, poet and online tea company employee, was charged with disorderly conduct and being at a closed beach when police spotted him surfing 4-foot swells at Oak Street Beach. He was handcuffed in his cold-weather wet suit a
After Wednesday’s unprecedented unified online yelp against SOPA and PIPA, Thursday saw a new milestone: the first direct and public activist malware from Anonymous.
In response to today’s federal raid on the file sharing service Megaupload, hackers with the online collective Anonymous have broken the websites for the Department of Justice, Universal Music Group, RIAA and Motion Picture Association of America.
For a quarter-century, it has stood out as a scourge to New York City drivers, a scarlet letter in a bright hue, stuck onto the windows of vehicles whose owners neglected to participate in the ritualistic alternate-side parking dance.
The couple who cared for two young deer shot and killed by Forest Lake police in their yard Saturday were still infuriated two days later. Jeff Carpenter said Monday that he thought concrete was cracking from the cold when he heard a loud "bang" a
Residents of Sheboygan, Wisconsin will decide whether to replace their mayor, Bob Ryan, after a series of public drinking binges, according to the Huffington Post. In 2009, Ryan was filmed drunkenly bragging about his sister-in-law’s oral sex skills.
Lawmakers will return to Washington on Tuesday to begin an election-year work session with low expectations for any significant legislative action, while also receiving low approval ratings for themselves. A new Washington Post-ABC News poll shows
D.C. housing officials have routinely subsidized home purchases that low-income buyers could not afford, paving the way for foreclosures, liens and financial hardships. Nearly one in five buyers participating in the city’s 35-year-old loan program
Retired general Otto Perez was sworn in Saturday as president of Guatemala, assuming power in a country awash in drug-related violence that he has promised to tackle with the military’s help.