VIDEO Little Sisters of the Poor Win Big in Obamacare Case

May 17, 2016 By Roger Severino and Elizabeth Slattery   Little Sisters of the Poor protest outside of the U.S. Supreme Court. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) The Supreme Court issued its long-awaited ruling on Monday in the consolidated challenge to Obamacare’s requirement that nonprofit employers collaborate in the provision of employee health insurance coverage that includes abortion-inducing drugs … More VIDEO Little Sisters of the Poor Win Big in Obamacare Case

Shame on the U.S. Supreme Court for Making a Mockery of the First Amendment

May 16, 2016 By John W. Whitehead “The vitality of civil and political institutions in our society depends on free discussion… It is only through free debate and free exchange of ideas that government remains responsive to the will of the people and peaceful change is effected. The right to speak freely and to promote … More Shame on the U.S. Supreme Court for Making a Mockery of the First Amendment

Wyoming Rancher Fights Feds and Wins, Freed From Millions in EPA Fines

May 15, 2016 by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D   In a settlement announced on May 9, President Obama and his Justinian scheme of ruling by regulation was dealt a judicial blow by one American with the will to withstand the federal assault on his freedom. Two years ago, rancher Andy Johnson (shown) was forced into … More Wyoming Rancher Fights Feds and Wins, Freed From Millions in EPA Fines

North Carolina, Texas Reject Obama’s “Transgender” Directive

May 15, 2016 by C. Mitchell Shaw   In the immediate wake of the Obama administration’s letter to school administrators Friday dictating “transgender” policy, at least two states have already issued statements saying they will not comply. The Texas statement, issued by the lieutenant governor, called the administration’s directive “blackmail,” while the North Carolina statement, … More North Carolina, Texas Reject Obama’s “Transgender” Directive

US House WINS Historic Ruling In Constitutional Challenge Under The ACA

    May 12, 2016  Jonathan Turley This afternoon, Judge Rosemary Collyer issued a final ruling in United States House of Representatives v. Burwell, the challenge to unilateral actions taken by the Administration under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Judge Collyer ruled in favor of the House of Representatives and found that the Administration violated … More US House WINS Historic Ruling In Constitutional Challenge Under The ACA

Facebook Fraud: Ex-workers Admit They Censored Free Speech

May 11, 2016 by Selwyn Duke   A number of former Facebook employees have admitted they regularly censored conservative news, denying it placement in the site’s “Trending Topics” section regardless of its popularity. Moreover, company management actually ordered that relatively unpopular stories be listed as trending if it deemed them “important.” One of social media’s selling … More Facebook Fraud: Ex-workers Admit They Censored Free Speech

Is Your Fingerprint Protected by the Fifth Amendment?

May 9, 2016   By Jonathan R. Tung, Esq. By now, everyone’s heard of the case of Paytsar Bkhchadzhyan, the 29 year old woman whose number of crimes nearly match her age. Last February, she was court-ordered to submit her fingerprint in order to access her iPhone that was seized at an Armenian Power gang member’s … More Is Your Fingerprint Protected by the Fifth Amendment?

Missionary Donn Ketcham Abused 18 Children. Here’s Why He Wasn’t Stopped

After Bangladesh MKs speak out, ABWE releases final report on past problems and future protections.   MAY 10, 2016      Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra For years, allegations have swirled about medical missionary Donn Ketcham’s inappropriate sexual behavior. A surgeon serving in Bangladesh with the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism (ABWE) from 1961 to 1989, Ketcham … More Missionary Donn Ketcham Abused 18 Children. Here’s Why He Wasn’t Stopped

Rebuttal to Obama Administration’s Claim That No Harm Is Caused by the NSA’s Unprecedented Mass Surveillance

  May 09, 2016 RICHMOND, Va. — Rejecting as patently false the Obama administration’s contention that its mass surveillance program has inflicted no harm on American citizens, attorneys for The Rutherford Institute, ACLU, Wikipedia, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers have asked a federal appeals court to reinstate … More Rebuttal to Obama Administration’s Claim That No Harm Is Caused by the NSA’s Unprecedented Mass Surveillance

Federal Lawsuit Filed Against District 211 and DOE Over Student Privacy

6 May 2016 by  LAURIE HIGGINS   On Wednesday afternoon, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) and the Thomas More Society filed a lawsuit in federal court against School District 211 and the Department of Education (DOE) on behalf of 51 district families who rightly claim that the district and the Department of Education “trample students’ privacy” … More Federal Lawsuit Filed Against District 211 and DOE Over Student Privacy