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Just when we thought Kate Steinle’s family had endured the worst…

San Francisco court takes it to a new awful level BY ALLEN WEST I think it’s called “adding insult to injury” — some also call it...

Supreme Court Tellingly Rejects Lower Court Roadblock to Elimination of DACA Program

HERITAGE FOUNDATION, ALDEN ABBOTT On Dec. 20, in an unsigned, four-page opinion, the Supreme Court struck down a lower court order that severely burdened efforts by the...

A Presidential Pardon for America’s Toughest Sheriff?

BY BOB BARR While most Americans do not know the name of their local sheriff, they do know the name of Maricopa County, Arizona’s former...

Rutgers’ reach-out For Illegals Only a slap in the face of law and order

Rutgers University-Camden just hosted an event to teach illegals - to teach illegals and their families only - how to get into college. The...

Patriots’ Day

American Minute with Bill Federer The sun never set on the British Empire. It was the largest empire in world history. Out of nearly 200 countries...

Defining and Combating the Shadow Government

JAY SEKULOW, ACLJ It is unmistakably clear that our federal government’s national security apparatus faces opposition from an ever-expanding and ever-ramifying network of individuals and...

The Spirit of the Laws

American Minute with Bill Federer Society ... must repose on principles that do not change" -- wrote Montesquieu in Book 24 of The Spirit of...

Ferguson is NOT America

BY ALAN CARUBA The wounding of two police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, and earlier in New York City the assassination of two police officers are...

Obama’s Legacy of Failure

BY ALAN CARUBA Is it too soon to begin to sum up President Obama’s “legacy”? Possibly, but after six years we know enough to draw...

Obama's Legacy of Failure

BY ALAN CARUBA Is it too soon to begin to sum up President Obama’s “legacy”? Possibly, but after six years we know enough to draw...

Which Court Papers are Worse?

BY T.F. STERN There’s a news story out of Bryan,Texas which attempts to explain why the Federal government raided a political meeting put on by...

Religion & Morality Sustain Freedom

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people. (1) “Stand therefore in the Liberty wherewith Christ hath...

Religion & Morality Sustain Freedom

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people. (1) “Stand therefore in the Liberty wherewith Christ hath...

Protesting Their Protectors

BY ALAN CARUBA When you get right down to it, the protests said to be about the shooting of Michael Brown are really about how...

"Greedy" Corporations Save Lives

Prosperity’s conquest of disease offers lessons for global change IAIN MURRAY, THE FREEMAN With Ebola wreaking havoc across West Africa, news that a private company has...

Corruption in government is nothing new…

American Minute with Bill Federer White House scandals, many of which are compiled by William A. Borst, Ph.D., (Mindszenty Report, Vol. IV-No. 8), included: 1868 -...

The New York Times Discovers the Rule of Law

BY SELWYN DUKE Leave it to The Gay Lady to be a day late and a few brain cells short. The New York Times...

Rebels They Were Not! – Part 3 – Jefferson On Rebellion

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Editor’s Note: Read Part 1, & Part 2 Not every person who calls himself "patriot" deserves the badge he or she...

Samuel Adams—Vindex (December 5, 1768)

Background of the American Revolution Samuel Adams—in his typical style—questions the wisdom of quartering troops among the civil population. But, to be called to account by...

Cop: I’d Love to “Bang down Your Door and Come for Your Gun”

BY SELWYN DUKE How would you feel if a police officer you knew for 20 years told you that if an order was issued to...