Lynch’s office described as ‘major forfeiture operation;’ seized $113 million in two years
The institution of marriage involves not one but several instances of unalienable right
With the absence of strong leadership in Congress, we venture into new and dangerous territory for the self-governance of this republic.
Rising frustration with Washington and conservative electoral victories across much of the United States are feeding a movement in favor of something America hasn’t done in 227 years: Hold a convention to rewrite the Constitution.
The Obama administration’s move to end a decades-long feud with Cuba’s Castro regime is shaping up as the next big tug-of-war between the executive and legislative branches.
A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration runs afoul of the Constitution.
The concept of a convention to bring power back to the states may not be widely known, but it’s an idea that’s slowly gaining steam as Americans overwhelmingly disapprove of Congress and fear the federal government has grown too large and too powerful, and one that's unconstitutionally being ignored.
Conservative talk radio icon Mark Levin blasted his fellow Republican Party members during his most recent show, slamming the leadership for caving on the budget and for, time after time, ignoring basic constitutional principles.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is joining the debate over the Senate's torture report by saying it is difficult to rule out the use of extreme measures to extract information if millions of lives were threatened.