A recent government report portrays conservatives as security threats.
California Democrats want to expand the Golden State’s definition of ‘parent.’
Last week the Supreme Court upheld Arizona’s immigration law, which grants broad powers to local law enforcement.
Yes, the Supreme Court’s Obamacare ruling really is a disaster for limited-government conservatives.
The DOJ has had an embarrassing few weeks.
The strange doctrine is found neither in the Constitution nor in law.
The president isn’t particularly concerned about the separation of powers.
Apple and Google are using spy planes to expand their already-controversial mapping services.
Nanny-state laws are popping up even in traditionally conservative areas of the country.
The law targets websites that allow third parties to post content.
Michael Bloomberg has a twisted view of government’s role.
A new study suggests that our lawmakers’ speeches are becoming less eloquent.
School principal hopes ‘Trayvon Martin Day’ will foster a ‘happy spirit.’
The Census Bureau has gotten out of control, but neither party is likely to rein it in.
On Friday, Congress rejected an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act that would have affirmed Americans’ due process rights.
The federal government’s new drone-friendly policies are a threat to our privacy.
With the Romney bullying story, the mainstream media has sunk to a new low.
Modern-day presidents rake in big bucks after they leave office.
The Johnson-Gray ticket is formidable, but will the Libertarian rank and file unite behind it?
What the Edwards prosecution reveals about our federal judicial system.