Gabriel Malor
Gabriel Malor
Gabriel Malor
Gabriel Malor is an attorney and writer in Washington, D.C.
The Best-Case Scenario For Never Trumpers In Cleveland

A long-shot and unlikely effort could see a different candidate take the stage next week at the Republican National Convention. Here’s how.

Democrats Tanked Gun Control To Up Their Election Chances

Apparently Democrats would rather have no gun sales ban than a sales ban that allows Americans due-process rights.

6 Things To Know About Tying Gun Sales To A Watch List

Democrats are pushing legislation to create a secret anti-gun list run by bureaucrats whose job has nothing to do with looking out for your interests.

Cut The Crap, Apple, And Open Syed Farook’s iPhone

Apple can help the FBI open San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook’s iPhone, which could lead to other terrorists. Apple has declined.

There’s Ample Precedent For Rejecting Lame Duck Supreme Court Nominees

Historically, many Supreme Court nominations made in a President’s final year in office are rejected by the Senate. That started with John Quincy Adams and last occurred to Lyndon B. Johnson.

What You Need To Know About The Supreme Court’s New Immigration Case

Twenty-six states have sued the Obama administration for making regulations that directly contradict law and inflict taxpayers with millions of dollars in costs for illegal immigrants.

Democrats Are Lying About Their Gun Sales Ban

Democrats’ gun sales ban bill gives the U.S. attorney general the discretion to decide whether a person meeting the terrorist watch list criteria should be prevented from purchasing a firearm.

Wisconsin Activists Raided By Political Enemies Win In Court

Wisconsin’s John Doe case shows how dangerous and wrong progressives are when they mock conservatives and libertarians’ ‘eternal vigilance’ against state intrusion.

Your Questions On Indiana’s Religious Freedom Bill, Answered

You’ve got questions: How do RFRAs work? Why is everyone so mad about Indiana’s? Do religious freedom protections hurt gays? We’ve got answers.

​The Supreme Court Trump Card Has Won The Historical Argument​

Even if some American founders meant for all branches of government to weigh in on a law’s constitutionality, legal precedent since has made the Supreme Court its final arbiter.

Mike Huckabee Urges A Constitutional Crisis Over Marriage

Would-be president Mike Huckabee doesn’t understand the Constitution.

Knee-Jerk Rejection Of Pop Culture Like Video Games Isolates Conservatives

A Breitbart.com review of ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ from BioWare gets the video game, and popular culture in general, all wrong.

A Lay Person’s Guide To The States’ Immigration Lawsuit Against DHS

A lawsuit 17 states have brought against the Obama administration’s immigration actions offers a promising restraint against presidential power grabs.

4 Things You Should Know About DOJ’s Legal Justification For Obama’s Amnesty

The Department of Justice/OLC legal memo justifying Obama’s executive order power grab is fascinating. Here are 4 things you should know about it.

No, Reagan Did Not Offer An Amnesty By Lawless Executive Order

Don’t let anyone con you into believing that Reagan pushed amnesty via lawless executive order. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Republicans Should Embrace The Obama Rule

If President Obama breaks the presidency and embraces dramatically expanded executive power, Republicans should recognize they can’t roll things back.

A Basic Primer On The Scott Walker Case For Ignorant Reporters

The true story is that a partisan witch hunt against Scott Walker was shut down by state and federal courts.

A Guide to the Supreme Court’s Remaining Cases

The First Amendment and executive power are the major themes for this term’s remaining cases before the Supreme Court.

Six Lies The Leftist Media Tells About The Contraception Mandate Cases

Quite simply, if you read a newspaper to find out about the contraception mandate cases, you will read lies.

Sorry, TNR, America’s Legal System Needs More Justice, Not More Socialism

We should all be concerned that the justice system is not ably serving everyone. But socializing it is no way to fix the problem.