The question is whether you will organize, take a stand and fight for freedom, or will you, like so many clueless Americans, freely walk into the slaughterhouse?Details
The chief role of the United States Supreme Court’s is to have the final say regarding the constitutionality of law, right?Details
If you think the Supreme Court selling us down the river is a new thing, or they’re just being pushed around by the President…I’ve got some property to sell you on Jupiter.
The courts are part of the problem, they’ve been part of the problem and they’ll continue to be part of the problem. The problem is the federal government
President Obama is surreptitiously using federalism to kill federalism. He will not sit idly by waiting for Congress to act, rather he will actively exert immense influence on state and local governments to carry out his commitment to top-down control of every aspect of human existence.Details
Using federal power to achieve your own ends is a dangerous game – playing with fire that will ultimately burn you.Details
A bill prefiled for introduction in the Missouri State House for 2015 could effectively nullify federal executive orders signed into existence by the President. House Bill 255 (HB255), by State Rep. Tim Remole (R-Excello), seeks to rebuke what is seen by many as federal lawlessness from the executive branch. The full text of the bill is as follows: Any…Details
Last Thursday, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest scolded Congress for interfering in DC’s initiative 71. An approved initiative which, decriminalized small amounts of marijuana, passed with over 70% support last election.Details
Local police recently conducted a serious anti-terror training exercise in Massachusetts at the State House in Boston. Armed law enforcement donned their military-style hardware and hit the streets in full force.
But are these measures congruent with a free society?Details
Recently, Georgetown Law School hosted a panel discussion on the 4th Amendment that included powerful federal Judge Richard Posner, who has been called the 20th Century’s most cited legal scholar by The Journal of Legal Studies.Details