Feds Take Superhighway Around Constitution With Their Own Subpoenas

US | Kathryn Watson
Skateboarder Defies Death And The Speed Limit On Colorado Highway (YouTube)

Americans usually have no choice but to comply

Furor Grows Over Feds Issuing Warrant-Less Subpoenas

US | Kathryn Watson

‘The problem here is government officials have always gotten out of control’

Missouri Judge Rules Common Core Testing Consortium Fees UNCONSTITUTIONAL

Education | Eric Owens
President Barack Obama visits a classroom at the Community Children's Center in Lawrence

‘No Missouri taxpayer funds may be disbursed’

More Than Incompetent, Obama Simply Does Not Understand What It Means To Be President

Opinion | Keith Naughton

Managing special interests has been the president’s job since George Washington.

Engaged judges would end government abuses

Opinion | Jason Orr

By deferring to legislators and bureaucrats, judges are allowing our constitutional rights to be violated.

ACLU vs. religious liberty

op-ed | Matt Barber

The ACLU is literally trying to criminalize Christianity.

Judges need to be more assertive in defending our freedoms

Opinion | Jason Orr

Judges need to stop deferring to other branches of government and start defending the Constitution.

Redefining 'judicial activism'

Feature:Opinion | Joseph F. Petros III

How the left has hijacked the term “judicial activism” by changing its meaning.

The march goes on

Editorial | Joseph F. Petros III

Why the March for Life embodies the American democratic spirit.

Media misleads public on birthright citizenship

Opinion | Jeremy Beck

It’s unclear whether the Constitution actually guarantees birthright citizenship.

Anna Nicole Smith goes back to court

Opinion | Robert Alt

A Supreme Court case involving the deceased Playboy playmate’s estate could have far-reaching legal consequences.

OPINION: What Justice Scalia Got Right -- and What He Got Wrong -- About the Equal Protection Clause - Ricochet

| Steven Nelson (admin)

Originalism may be a fine judicial philosophy but it requires a great attention to detail

A patriot's pause

Opinion | Janine Turner and Cathy Gillespie

It’s time for Americans to educate themselves about, and commit themselves to, the U.S. Constitution.

Obama's dangerous recess appointments

Editorial | Paul Skousen

Two key appointments represent a dangerous shift in U.S. foreign policy.

New GOP Constitution rule irks House Democrats - TheDC

Politics | Jonathan Strong

New GOP Constitution rule irks House Democrats

Congress should be careful not to pass an ex post facto law to prosecute Assange

Opinion | Paul Skousen

A new bill may violate the Constitution’s prohibition of ex post facto laws.

Repeal Amendment deserves debate

Opinion | Brian Calle

The debate would reignite a much-needed national dialogue about states’ rights.

FDA on verge of increasing power over small farmers - TheDC

Politics | Matthew Boyle

SB 510 would allow the FDA to mandate that a company recall a food product it suspects is infected

Justices turn aside another challenge over Obama's citizenship - CNN

Politics | Chad Brady (admin)

A Pennsylvania man sought a trial in federal court forcing the president to produce documents regarding his birth and citizenship

Voter anger fuels support for 'Repeal Amendment' - TheDC

Politics | John Rossomando

Support grows for proposed constitutional amendment that would allow states to repeal an act of Congress