Judge Andrew Hanen is Will Rogers in a robe.
The election where the left's race baiting and "war on women" rhetoric finally failed.
The DOJ division investigating Ferguson was exposed years ago at PJ Media, when all its new hires had leftist backgrounds.
To embrace the Muslim Brotherhood is to endorse a direct descendant of the Nazi Party.
Judge: “Speculation piled on top of speculation ... lacks any proof." (Also read J. Christian Adams' coverage of the case.)
Dems were significantly slower with — and blocked more of — Bush's nominees.
The government still arbitrarily confiscates crops, and the massive bill does not address this.
While race-based college admissions policies are justified as a way to help minorities, they seem to have the opposite effect.
Under a new rule proposed for colleges, the most trivial conduct could be considered sexual harassment.
Two Mississippi counties have more eligible voters than residents.
Whoever secretly placed a recording device at a meeting of Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell with campaign strategists could be in serious legal trouble.
A federal judge orders an investigation of DOJ's "skullduggery" and "perfidy" during a Katrina shooting case.
A class action lawsuit against Kellogg Company illustrates what's wrong with our tort system.
The Court has issued a ruling with terrible implications for the future.
"For all its vaunted tolerance, the political Left has consistently demonstrated a militant intolerance for dissent.”
My mother dodged Nazis and Communists to give us a happy home in Alabama.
The surest sign your lawyer hasn't done a good job is when you issue a statement defending his performance.
Based on the questions posed by the justices today, the possibility that the mandate may be struck down went up sharply.
The justices heard arguments on the applicability of the Anti-Injunction Act to the case.
What to expect at the most significant hearing since Brown v. Board of Education.
Why should we be surprised? Look at how Eric Holder and the DOJ have mishandled the investigation into Operation Fast & Furious and repeatedly misled Congress. Related: More on Perjury Confessions Inside DOJ
I recently attended a wonderful celebration with several generations of our military heroes.
Showing a woeful ignorance and virtual contempt for basic rights protected by the Bill of Rights.
All seven new hires to the Justice Department's Appellate Section have far-left resumes — which were only released following a PJMedia lawsuit. (This is the eleventh of a series of articles about the Justice Department's hiring practices since President Obama took office. Read parts one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, and ten.)
All 15 new hires to the Justice Department's Education Section have far-left resumes — which were only released following a PJMedia lawsuit. (This is the sixth in a series of articles about the Justice Department's hiring practices since President Obama took office. Read parts one, two, three, four, and five.)