Americans usually have no choice but to comply
‘The problem here is government officials have always gotten out of control’
‘No Missouri taxpayer funds may be disbursed’
Managing special interests has been the president’s job since George Washington.
By deferring to legislators and bureaucrats, judges are allowing our constitutional rights to be violated.
The ACLU is literally trying to criminalize Christianity.
Judges need to stop deferring to other branches of government and start defending the Constitution.
How the left has hijacked the term “judicial activism” by changing its meaning.
Why the March for Life embodies the American democratic spirit.
It’s unclear whether the Constitution actually guarantees birthright citizenship.
A Supreme Court case involving the deceased Playboy playmate’s estate could have far-reaching legal consequences.
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Originalism may be a fine judicial philosophy but it requires a great attention to detail
It’s time for Americans to educate themselves about, and commit themselves to, the U.S. Constitution.
Two key appointments represent a dangerous shift in U.S. foreign policy.
New GOP Constitution rule irks House Democrats
A new bill may violate the Constitution’s prohibition of ex post facto laws.
The debate would reignite a much-needed national dialogue about states’ rights.
SB 510 would allow the FDA to mandate that a company recall a food product it suspects is infected
A Pennsylvania man sought a trial in federal court forcing the president to produce documents regarding his birth and citizenship
Support grows for proposed constitutional amendment that would allow states to repeal an act of Congress