Edward Snowden became a Russian citizen yesterday. This affords an opportunity to review the history of one of America's least likely heroes.
The future of America looks brighter because truth is coming out and the American people are willing to receive and act on it.
Two Ivy League law professors launched a direct attack on the Constitution and said we shouldn't even have one.
Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) singled out a particularly bad Supreme Court precedent. But he didn't make the strongest argument against it.
The Great Reset is actually retreating on several fronts. A determined push will crush it, but requires dedication to liberty.
Michael Moore has proposed a comprehensive anti-Second Amendment. Far from a laughing matter, this is dangerous.
In West Virginia v. EPA, the Supreme Court severely limited the administrative state by telling Congress that it, not bureaucrats, makes law.
The pro-life side scored a great victory yesterday. But they have only taken a strategic mountain. To win they must capture hears and minds.
The Supreme Court has made it official: Roe v. Wade is no longer the law of the land. The abortion debate shifts to the States.
Advocates for the Second Amendment scored a landmark victory today as the Supreme Court struck down a 109-year-old New York law.