According to a report obtained by the National Review, government regulatory agencies produce another regulation, on average, every two hours – which, if the pace is kept through the end of 2013, puts the number of new regulations at more than 3,600. “They have no incentives to even make sure that these regulations are needed, […]
The Washington Post published an article last year offering a largely unanswered question: Why do the number of guns in the United States outweigh (by a long shot) the number of guns in other nations around the world? What makes that number so unique to our nation?
In an opinion piece published by the Christian Science Monitor, a Republican and veteran of the War in Iraq and proponent of gun control regulations on “assault rifles” wrote that the Constitution is “not the gospel” and is instead a “living document”. The piece, published today, details the author’s disappointment that Diane Feinstein’s unpopular assault […]
The year 2012 saw tremendous encroachments into the freedoms and liberties of the American people, and few of our Congressional representatives stood in the way of such abuses of power. From taxing internet purchases to allowing the government to throw people in jail based on “secret” evidence of terrorism, this year marks another elimination of […]
Although Illinois has some of the toughest laws against monitoring the police, TSA and other authority figures, the Supreme Court this week struck down an eavesdropping law that allowed for the imprisonment of up to 15 years for the “crime” of videotaping police while on duty. The Supreme Court ruled the law violates the right […]