The news of the IRS targeting tea parties couldn’t help but stir memories of Richard Nixon’s Political Enemies Project.
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For me, the greater sinner is the politician who has one set of rules for himself, his family, and his supporters – and another set for everyone else.
Who gives a gun to a five-year old? And who makes such a gun? Is it illegal?
New York v. Quarles produced a very narrow “public safety” exception to the Miranda requirement.
What does the Constitution have to say to guide us through this horrible tragedy? Three words: ‘We, the people.’
On DOMA Obama enforced the law, but, believing it unconstitutional, has opposed it in court.
I’ll admit upfront that I oppose school vouchers for policy reasons, but I absolutely believe that states have the right to institute these programs.
You should be out in the streets with pitchforks. Why? The Defense of Marriage Act, that’s why.
Rand Paul’s filibuster last week was not really about the use of drones to take out a suspected terrorist in a Dearborn coffee shop – it was about the constitutionality of presidentially-authorized, extra-judicial killings of Americans.
While Rand Paul and I don’t often agree, I’m with him on the domestic use of lethal force against “terrorists” on U.S. soil.