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Jonathan Turley on Presidential Abuse of War Powers

Below is the testimony of distinguished legal expert Jonathan Turley, Shapiro Professor of Law at George Washington University, from Senator Rand Paul’s hearing on “War Powers and the Effects of Unauthorized Military Engagements on Federal [...]

This Week in Congress: NDAA Update

Yesterday, the motion to move to final passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) passed the Senate by a vote of 81-15. This means that Senators Mike Lee (R-UT) and Rand Paul (R-KY) will not be able to offer their amendments [...]

NSA cutting back on surveillance...not so much

The National Security Agency recently made headlines by promising to reduce the amount of information collected on American citizens. Specifically, the agency promised to no longer use Section 702 of the FISA Act -- which was intended to allow [...]

Second Amendment: The ultimate civil right

Since February is Black History Mouth, it's a good time to reread some articles on the role the second amendment played in the Civil Rights movement: Reminder: Guns Helped Secure the Freedom and Civil Rights of Black Americans (Reason [...]

Conventional Tyranny

The IRS isn't the only government agency that has a problem with the American tradition of anonymous political speech, prior to last week's RNC convention the Cleveland Police Chief issued a "warning" to protesters not to cover their [...]

Judge Andrew Napolitano on War and the Separation Powers

Last month, U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), Chairman of the Federal Spending Oversight and Emergency Management Subcommittee of the Homeland Security Committee held an important hearing on “War Powers and the Effects of Unauthorized Military [...]

Ron Paul: Will Congress side with Jeff Sessions or with the people and the Constitution

Congress is still negotiating the final Omnibus spending deal. As of this writing, there is still an effort to add new gun control in the form of “fixing” the national instant background check system. Another issue that still needs to be [...]

Will the Trump Administration Overdose on Authoritarianism?

Last week Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered federal prosecutors in drug cases to seek the maximum penalty authorized by federal mandatory minimum sentencing laws. Sessions’ order represents a setback to the progress made toward restoring [...]

A Chance to Learn About The Consitution

If you're in, or near, Mount Dora Florida on Saturday August 13 and Sunday August 14, you may want to attend "How Does the Constitution Help You? Pursue life, liberty, and happiness..." a one-day course in Constitutional law taught by [...]

President Obama's Comments at Selma

By Zac Nickerson President Obama made a telling comment in his speech in Selma, Alabama on Saturday. While commenting on the tragic events of that day in 1965, and the commemoration of its fifty year anniversary, he said, “What greater [...]