KU Professor Quits Over Concealed Carry in his Classroom

May 11, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann   An associate professor of history and American studies at the University of Kansas (KU) loudly announced his departure from the faculty after 10 years by having his resignation letter published on May 5 by the Topeka Capital-Journal. Wrote associate professor Jacob Dorman: In light of the state of … More KU Professor Quits Over Concealed Carry in his Classroom

He Chose Wisely: Trump Picks Joan Larsen As Nominee To The 6th Circuit Court Of Appeals

Michigan Supreme Court Justice Joan Larsen prepares to speak at the Federalist Society’s National Lawyers Convention in Washington, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen) As I remarked last May when then-candidate Trump first released it, nothing will make you feel quite so slackerish as learning that one of your classmates is on the short … More He Chose Wisely: Trump Picks Joan Larsen As Nominee To The 6th Circuit Court Of Appeals

Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

  May 9, 2017 jonathanturley President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey this evening in a surprise move.  Various politicians and the media have openly referred to the act as “Nixonian” and “another Saturday Night Massacre.”  I have previously stated how the Saturday Day Massacre has been misrepresented.  I also do not agree with Jeff Toobin … More Trump fires FBI Director James Comey

When Clarence Thomas Talks, People Should Listen

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas delivers remarks at the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis Friday, May 5, 2017, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) Most days, being a lawyer isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, but sometimes, it can almost be cool.  Like when the local Bar Association’s Law Day features Justice … More When Clarence Thomas Talks, People Should Listen

Will Johnson Amendment Repeal Put Politics in the Pulpit?

May 8, 2017  by  Bob Adelmann   According to the Wall Street Journal, repeal of the Johnson Amendment isn’t likely to have much impact on preaching from the pulpit, and it could instead cause problems. Writer Ian Lovett wrote that lifting the ban “could cause problems for houses of worship … creating fault lines in … More Will Johnson Amendment Repeal Put Politics in the Pulpit?

FBI Study: Police Scared, Demoralized, Less Proactive Due to Anti-Cop Activism

Dallas police chief David Brown, center, takes part in a candle light vigil at City Hall, Monday, July 11, 2016, in Dallas / AP May  5, 2017 BY: Charles Fain Lehman Police officers are “scared and demoralized” and have reduced “proactive policing” due to intense criticism from the public and national politicians amid heightened anti-cop … More FBI Study: Police Scared, Demoralized, Less Proactive Due to Anti-Cop Activism

Catholic Archdiocese Nixes Girl Scouts and Says No to Cookie Sales

May 5, 2017  by  Selwyn Duke The Girl Scouts are un-Christian. This essentially is the conclusion of the Archdiocese of Kansas City (AKC), Kansas, which announced Monday that it’s finally severing ties with the increasingly secular, left-wing group. Kansas City archbishop Joseph F. Naumann announced the decision in a statement in which he wrote that … More Catholic Archdiocese Nixes Girl Scouts and Says No to Cookie Sales

Obama Team Distributed Thousands of NSA Data Reports Showing Names of U.S. Residents in 2016

 May 4, 2017 by  Warren Mass A news release posted by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) on May 2 linked to the ODNI’s annual “Statistical Transparency Report regarding the use of national security authorities for calendar year 2016.” The Circa News organization (owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group) analyzed the data in … More Obama Team Distributed Thousands of NSA Data Reports Showing Names of U.S. Residents in 2016

Inherently Unreasonable Administrative Subpoenas Advance Police State, Violate the Constitution

  May 3. 2017 By Mark Fitzgibbons   United States Constitution (Wikimedia Commons Photo) The Regulatory Accountability Act of 2017 would rein in judicial deference to the discretion of administrative agencies in construing their own powers, effectively limiting the 1984 Supreme Court decision in Chevron U.S.A., Inc. v. Natural Resources Defense Council. The legislation, however, … More Inherently Unreasonable Administrative Subpoenas Advance Police State, Violate the Constitution