“Listen…the NSA can be nullified.” That’s D.C. comedian John F. O’Donnell as a correspondent on the RT America Show, Redacted Tonight with Lee Camp last week.Details
The Obama administration has punished the state of Oklahoma for repealing the Common Core standards despite assertions that the standards are entirely “voluntary.” Last week Oklahoma became the second state to lose its waiver from the disastrous Bush-era No Child Left Behind (NCLB) scheme. Washington State was the first, losing its waiver in April after the state legislature failed to come up with a solution that would allow the state to tie its student test results to teacher evaluations.Details
the President has very broad power to make political commitments regarding climate change, but very narrow power to make binding commitments as a matter of international law and no power at all to alter U.S. domestic law.Details
California has successfully demonstrated how state action can thwart federal goals by simply refusing to cooperate.
The federal government wants states to help enforce its immigration laws. Californians believe those laws often violate basic human rights and civil liberties, and the state decided to act – or more accurately stated – refuse to act. The TRUST Act denies ICE the help it desires in detaining suspected undocumented immigrants and it has proven quite effective.Details
The Heritage Foundation hates a plant more than it cares about fidelity to the Constitution.
A recent example of this is an editorial published in the DailySignal titled “7 Harmful Side Effects Pot Legalization Has Caused in Colorado.”Details
As the military leader of the American Revolution and the country’s first president, Washington is a highly revered figure. His Farewell Address from the office of the President is a timely reminder of a tradition of a non-interventionist American foreign policy which was potent in the early years of the new Republic. This passage comes…Details
State noncompliance with federal gun laws would make them “nearly impossible to enforce,” according to Judge Andrew Napolitano.Details