- Steve Carter on Federal Judge: BLM Engaged In A Criminal Conspiracy Against Ranchers
- Truth News International on False Flag Computer Banking Virus to Roll Out Martial Law?
- Kyle Fricken Ledford on Meet the Anti-Gun, Liberal, Moron, Publisher that recently passed along every Concealed Carry Gun Owner and their Address, from her New York County, in her Newspaper, for ALL to see. That’s what Liberals do……. soooooo Let’s Return the Favor!
- William Wolf on Louisiana Senator Elbert Guillory
- Kernneth W. LaGrandeur on A Very Good Description by George Will!
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Tag Archives: US Supreme Court
A longtime libertarian policy wonk talks about whether the philosophy can save the GOP — and why he still doesn’t think Rand Paul can win the presidency.Libertarianism is on the march. From the rapid rise to prominence of first-term Senator … Continue reading →
Reid-Leahy move would gut the Second Amendment in the eyes of the courts. Having failed to get gun control passed in the Senate, Democrats are now making a last ditch effort to reshape the Supreme Court. Well, we hate to … Continue reading →
By: Devvy Kidd, NewsWithViews.com The NSA spying revelations has sparked a great deal of speculation as to whether information mined by the NSA has been used to blackmail a whole lot of individuals at all levels of government — including … Continue reading →
By George F. Will Leaving aside the seriousness of lawlessness, and the corruption of our civic culture by the professionally pious, this past week has been amusing. There was the spectacle of advocates of an ever-larger regulatory government expressing shock … Continue reading →
By Rob Schwarzwalder, Family Research Council On May 23, 2013, delegates at the National Annual Meeting (NAM) of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) voted to revise their long-time policy prohibiting what they have termed “open and avowed homosexuals” from … Continue reading →
He’s got a good head start already in changing the interpretation of the Constitution, what with telling New Yorkers what and how much they can eat or drink and reserving the Second Amendment right to bear arms for his bodyguards … Continue reading →
When the city of San Leandro, Calif., purchased a license-plate reader for its police department in 2008, computer security consultant Michael Katz-Lacabe asked the city for a record of every time the scanners had photographed his car. The results shocked him. The … Continue reading →
by Anthony Esolen Do you know, Scoutmasters, what you have done? You were the last prominent public institution left standing that retained for yourselves some small shred of that forgotten but foundational freedom, the freedom of association. It should have … Continue reading →
By Matt Barber A pretty, young, auburn-haired woman – mid-20s – drove down a lonely country road somewhere in Oklahoma. Appearing in her rear view mirror, at the back windshield, were two menacing orbs of light floating amid ashen dusk. … Continue reading →