Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
A headline in Wired magazine reports: “Obama’s New Year’s Resolution: More Drone Strikes.”
Just a week into the new year and the president is well on his way to keeping his resolution.
North Dakota State Representative Rick Becker knows a threat to liberty when he sees one. He will soon introduce legislation to limit law enforcement's use of drones in searches and seizures.
With the advent of the new year, the United States is rapidly increasing the number of drone strikes in Yemen.
On Wednesday, January 2, 2013, President Barack Obama did what constitutionalists and civil libertarians knew he would do: He signed into law the renewal of his power to apprehend and detain Americans indefinitely on no more authority than his own suspicion of their complicity with enemies in the “War on Terror.”
The constitutional convention proposed by the Compact for America Initiative would pose an unacceptably high risk of damage to the Constitution.
Various outlets are reporting information posted to Islamist websites placing a bounty of three kilograms (6.6 pounds) of gold on the head of U.S. Ambassador to Yemen Gerald Feierstein.
The federal government as it it again: fighting to prevent citizens from improving their own property under the alleged authority of the Clean Water Act of 1972.
The latest target of tyranny is Peter and Francoise Smith, a retired couple from Lone Butte, New Mexico.
The Obama administration's drone war is escalating and the number of civilian deaths is increasing. The program is creating more enemies than it is destroying.
In a letter to congressmen, retiring Representative Ron Paul (R-Texas) recommends that his colleagues honor their oaths of office and honor the Constitution on every issue in 2013.
President Obama has placed a federal judge in an “inescapable, paradoxical situation” in a case challenging the federal government’s authority to hide warrantless wiretapping behind a “state secrets” shield, the judge said at a hearing on December 14.