As usual, the mainstream media asks all the wrong questions.
The new airport security measures meet the definition of "unreasonable search." UPDATE: Former TSA Assistant Admin admits that the 'strip and grope' violates the Fourth Amendment.
Everything the government does requires money and there is no ObamaMoney.
Halloween is here and we must again reject our dark past.
Apparently some lies are good, and some are bad. The trick is to know which is which.
In the future, we absolutely must sustain a level of commitment to liberty comparable to the current wave. There is no other way.
The Constitution is short and simple but fragile and endangered. We should not allow politicians to euthanize it.
Citizens of the world: It is time we make ourselves more equal! And perhaps relocate the UN to Somalia.
The opposition MUD alliance (seriously) won 52 percent of the votes, but got 37 percent of the seats. Hmm.
Nobody in the Washington establishment has been able to figure out what just happened.
More people now talk about el Presidente Hugo Chávez like a dog.
President Obama wanted us to discuss race; lest we be called a nation of cowards by his attorney general yet again, let's do it.
It takes the Congress and the president to enact or to change laws; the president can't do it alone and neither can an administrative agency.
AC made D.C. much too comfortable. I'd prefer someplace the congressmen can't stand to be.
Now that the state's gay marriage ban has been overturned by a federal judge, what happens next?
Might the republic prevail? In Virginia, a federal government motion to dismiss the state's suit against ObamaCare is denied.
King Solomon, who offered to cut a baby in half to resolve a dispute between two women over its custody, might be proud of U.S. District Judge Bolton's ruling on Wednesday, but I rather doubt it.
Things are getting crazy.
If the federal government does not preempt the Golden State's attempt to legalize marijuana, it would make their attack on Arizona's immigration law look like a matter of political whimsy.
The already bloated doctrine of federal preemption must not be further engorged.
President Obama is just one man. He clearly can't sell all this snake oil himself.
And in contrast to MacArthur, Gen. McChrystal, a youthful 55, is unlikely to fade away any time soon.
In May, the FTC launched a trial balloon calling for the "reinvention of journalism." Whether it's a "journalism AmeriCorps" or a Ministry of Truth, it's a bad idea.
You will discover new ways to conserve water and electricity, the supplies of which a thoughtful and ever compassionate government has wisely limited by allowing the infrastructure to deteriorate naturally.