A Houston grand jury just indicted pro-life activist David Daleiden for organ trafficking. The same grand jury refused to charge Planned Parenthood.
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.
Monday, the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in a case that could stop forcing unionized workers to pay for activities they disagree with.
‘Making a Murderer,’ the story of Steven Avery’s murder conviction, is a remarkable documentary. But that doesn’t make Steven Avery innocent of murder.
Some 100 men led by three Bundy brothers have reportedly seized control of an Oregon wildlife refuge to protest government harassment of a ranching family.
How can we expect real police reform when prosecutors are willing to send such a clear message in the Tamir Rice case that, however egregious the error, no one will ever be punished?
The Cleveland police officers involved in shooting Tamir Rice were right: they had no choice. But that’s their fault.
Wisconsin’s John Doe story shows what can happen when laws gag citizens and shield the powerful, and the reform possible when victims fight back.
Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan needs to read two more sentences when considering whether Texas can draw voting districts by population or voter totals.
For asking questions about empirical data, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has been roundly broiled by the left-wing press and Democratic politicians as being some sort of racist.
Richard Posner on judging: ‘I am not interested in the text.’
If President Obama issues an executive order to transfer Guantanamo detainees to the United States, it will be an affront to Congress and the Constitution.
The Obama administration wants to push the Supreme Court into a landmark separation-of-powers decision over its immigration overreach.
Prostitution is not sex trafficking, and outlawing it creates more harm than good.
The Supreme Court will consider all seven cases challenging the Obamacare mandate that requires workplaces to provide birth control to female employees.
After the Supreme Court allowed governments to take anyone’s property for just about any reason, lawmakers pretended to fix the problem. It’s still there.
Capsizing people’s lives before they are proven guilty is unfair. But our bail system often makes it happen.
The woman who trashed a Subway store in Anchorage, Alaska last night highlights an ongoing problem with a rise in synthetic marijuana use.
Pope Francis’s visit with the protesting Kentucky clerk highlights Kim Davis’s appeal to a higher law than ones the Supreme Court can adjudicate.
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