Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
The backlash continues to grow against Speaker John Boehner's (R-Ohio) purging of fiscally conservative Republicans from key committees.
Representatives Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich have proposed a resolution demanding the Obama administration turn over documents providing legal justification for the thousands of deaths caused by drone strikes.
The fox has been put in charge of guarding the hen house.
Senator Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.) — author of the Enemy Expatriation Act — is leading the group of senators and congressmen working on a conference report of the Fiscal Year 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).
On NPR, a panel discussed the lack of enunciated rules for the Obama administration's deadly drone war.
Ron Paul has retired. The iconic leader of the libertarian wing of the Republican Party will no longer be around to oppose unconstitutional bills proposed by his former colleagues.
In fairness, Paul has not officially confirmed his plans for 2016, but there is little chance that the good doctor will make another run for the White House.
This has prompted many among his millions of admirers to begin the search to replace their hero.
Next week, Revolution PAC, a faction within the Paul coalition, will reportedly announce the formation of a committee to draft Judge Andrew Napolitano to run as a Republican in 2016 for president.
Two hundred and twenty-nine years ago, General George Washington sat with his wife, Martha, inside his cold command tent in Newburgh, New York, promised her that he would be home for Christmas, and then sent her on ahead to Mt. Vernon.
If Washington was going to keep his promise, he had a few important tasks to accomplish. He was to accept the transfer of control of New York City from the English, say goodbye to his men, and probably most important in Washington’s mind, he would officially resign his commission and give his final report to Congress then meeting in Annapolis, Maryland — and he would do it all in less than one month.
By a vote of 107-0, the Michigan House of Representatives unanimously passed a bill preventing the indefinite detention of Americans within the borders of Michigan.
Conservative groups are attacking Speaker of the House John Boehner for his decision to boot constitutionalist representatives off the Budget Committee.
Documents obtained by Judicial Watch reveal that Anwar al-Awlaki was in custody on several occasions, but was released by the U.S. government.
Just after 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, the Senate did it again. By a vote of 98-0 (two senators abstained) lawmakers in the upper chamber approved the Fiscal Year 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Not a single senator objected to the passage once again of a law that purports to permit the president, supported by nothing more substantial than his own belief that the suspect poses a threat to national security, to deploy the U.S. military to arrest an American living in America.