Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
In a 79-page opinion, U.S. District Court Judge Michael Ponsor ruled that a case against a pastor for opposing homosexual relationships could proceed.
A FISA court ruling from 2011 reveals that the NSA routinely behaves unconstitutionally and lies about it to the courts, Congress, and the public.
In a brief filed in the case of U.S. v. Wurie, the Obama administration is asking the Supreme Court to approve the warrantless search of cellphone data.
In a new book, Liberty Amendments, radio host Mark Levin is calling for a new constitutional convention to fix the evils of the federal government. Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity have joined him in this effort.
On Wednesday, August 21, the Wall Street Journal reported on the breadth and depth of the NSA's surveillance of Americans' electronic communications.
Representatives of 33 religious and civil rights groups sent a letter to the president urging him to sign the UN's Arms Trade Treaty.
A bill that would protect citizens of California from indefinite detention under the NDAA is headed for the floor of the state Senate.
In the wake of reports of violations of privacy laws by the NSA, several lawmakers have called for reform of the domestic spy agency.
Verizon announced August 16 that the Department of Interior awarded it a $10 billion contract, just a few months after the company released customer records to the NSA.
President Obama is pushing for continuation of the U.S. cooperation with Egyptian authorities, while Senator Rand Paul aims to end the funneling of funds to radicals in Egypt that are murdering opponents.