Feng Wei Photography/Getty Images 31 Mar 2018 by Michael Patrick Leahy As one billion Christians around the world gather on Easter Sunday to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the foundational event of the Christian faith, it is worth reminding every American about the Christian origins of our constitutional republic. Three key theological concepts from … More The Christian Origins of America’s Constitutional Republic
Local officials took control of private beach property, opened it to public Mar 29, 2018 BOB UNRUH A county in Florida that took over private beach property and opened it to the public has had its hand slapped by a new state law that reverses its “theft.” Republican Florida Gov. Rick Scott has signed … More County’s Land Grab Trumped By New State Law
Mar 26, 2018 by Bob Adelmann Remington Arms filed for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 11 in Delaware on Sunday evening. Directors of the 200-year-old company — America’s oldest gun maker — threw in the towel: “Directors have determined that it is advisable and in the best interests of the Company that the Company file … a Voluntary … More Remington Arms Declares Bankruptcy, Will Continue Operating Under Chapter 11
Mar 24, 2018 by C. Mitchell Shaw Christopher Steele — the author (perhaps novelist would be a better description) of the Trump “dossier” — is facing serious legal troubles. Besides being referred for criminal investigation by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, he is facing a multi-million dollar civil suit for defamation of character. Fox … More Trump “Dossier” Author Soon to be Deposed in Defamation Suit
A husband and wife want to upend how we talk about wrongful convictions. By MAURICE CHAMMAH Jennifer Thompson has told her harrowing tale many times. In 1984, a man broke into her apartment and sexually assaulted her at knifepoint. She picked Ronald Cotton out of a police lineup, and he was sent to prison. But … More When the Innocent Go to Prison, How Many Guilty Go Free?
Mar 20, 2018 By John W. Whitehead “Those who created this country chose freedom. With all of its dangers. And do you know the riskiest part of that choice they made? They actually believed that we could be trusted to make up our own minds in the whirl of differing ideas. That we could be … More Tolerance Cuts Both Ways: Freedom for the Speech We Hate
Find out what people are saying … As told to Elise T. You’ve taken the steps to protect your privacy, but do you really know what information is available about you online? No matter how careful you are, there’s bound to be something about you available online. If you have a driver’s license, a Social Security … More Is Your Privacy Being Breached Online?
Mar 19, 2018 by Steve Byas “One of them is not telling the truth,” Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz said today on Fox Business Network’s Mornings With Maria. Dershowitz was referencing the remarks made by Andrew McCabe (fired on Friday from the FBI by Attorney General Jeff Sessions) that he had been given authority by former FBI … More VIDEO Dershowitz: Either McCabe or Comey Is Not Telling the Truth
Exclusive: Craige McMillan notes how well Founding Fathers saw into future Mar 17, 2018 It bothers me that so many citizens and judges have accepted the convoluted idea that a piece of legislation passed by Congress overrides the U.S. Constitution. We see it all the time, of course. Colleges think that their “safe spaces” override … More Why ALL FISA Court Warrants Are Illegal
Mar 16, 2018 by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. Despite being called the “Father of the Constitution,” there is no monument to James Madison in Washington, D.C. Well, there is a small statue of him inside the Library of Congress annex that bears his name, but it is dwarfed (as was the man himself) by the … More James Madison Mania?