In his latest animation, Mark Fiore tries to explain to the GOP how to properly "raise a candidate" with his "Behavioral Guide for Republicans." Watch the clip and read Fiore's comments below.
Justice in America is not all it's cracked up to be.
The principle of states' rights, which has lived on for the last 150 years as a noble, though often sickly, memory of the Founding Fathers' intentions, was dealt its final, fatal blow by the Supreme Court's same-sex marriage decision last month
Can anything slow down the marijuana movement?
The head of the Sergeants Benevolent Association on Monday night slammed the city's record-breaking $5.9?million settlement with the family of police chokehold victim Eric Garner as "obscene" and "shameful."
Clinton appointee ignores physicians, orders more treatment for Dinesh
A judge on Friday released three siblings who have spent two weeks in juvenile detention for refusing to meet with their estranged father.
'A secession of the heart has already taken place in America'
A federal judge in Virginia has ordered the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) to cancel six of the Washington Redskins' registered trademarks because their depiction of an Indian brave is considered offensive to Native Americans.
By declining to make a wedding cake for Rachel Cryer and Laurel Bowman, Aaron Klein and his wife Melissa saved the lesbian couple roughly $350.
Compared to Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, his colleague Clarence Thomas is well regarded by at least some devotees of liberty.
Federal judge erases Maui voters, bows to Monsanto
A federal judge has ordered that the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence pay the legal fees of an online ammunition dealer it sued for the Aurora movie theater shooting.
A trio of death row inmates couldn't convince the U.S. Supreme Court that they should be spared the use of a controversial execution drug because of the pain it may cause.
The U.S. Supreme Court refused to consider letting states require evidence of citizenship when people register to vote for federal elections, rejecting an appeal from Arizona and Kansas.
Monday's big election law news came from the Supreme Court's penultimate decision of the term upholding Arizona's congressional districts.
The Supreme Court handed the Obama administration a significant victory on Thursday, when it upheld a key provision of the Affordable Care Act that allows the federal government to keep distributing subsidies to help low-income Americans buy health i
"No man in the wrong can stand up against a fellow that's in the right and keeps on a-comin'."--Texas Rangers
The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the government can't force raisin farmers to give up part of their annual crop for less than it's worth, a victory for conservative groups that hailed the decision as a win for private property rights.
The state's largest electric utilities, Attorney General Pam Bondi and a number of influential business groups want the Florida Supreme Court to block a proposed solar-energy ballot initiative.
Government lawyers fear that mentioning the mass surveillance whistleblower in Adel Daoud's case could bias jurors against prosecution evidence
Last Friday came the unpleasant news that Ross Ulbricht, the 31-year-old former operator of the Silk Road site, has been sentenced by a federal court to life in prison without parole.