Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
Many Americans are familiar with the 10 amendments that comprise our current Bill of Rights, but what of the other two proposed amendments that didn’t make the cut? What if one of them actually was ratified? What if recognition of that ratification would bring about a significant and fundamental change in the composition of the Congress?
With just two months until the next (16th) round of negotiations of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) begin in Singapore, supporters of the inaptly named “free trade agreement” are ratcheting up the number of reports favorably promoting formation of the regional trade bloc.
In his second term, President Obama has declared the creation of the TPP to be a "top priority" for his administration.
State lawmakers in Indiana and South Carolina have introduced bills seeking to nullify Obamacare inside the borders of their respective states.
The United States continues the constant pounding of the tribal region of North Waziristan in Pakistan.
On January 10, AFP reports that six “militants” allegedly working for al-Qaeda were killed in a drone strike.
This is the seventh drone strike this year in the area.
At a press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show, Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) spoke out in defense of the Fourth Amendment and promised to continue to fight against FISA.
Questions have arisen regarding freshman Senator Ted Cruz's qualifications for president, specifically whether he is a natural-born citizen as required by Article II.
In the hearing on a motion to dismiss filed by PFC Bradley Manning's lawyers, Judge Denise Lind ruled that Manning was mistreated by the Army while in detention.
Representative Justin Amash (R-Mich.) voted against a nearly $10 billion aid package for victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Another day in Pakistan brings another day of skies torn by screaming Hellfire missiles launched from U.S. drones.
Early Sunday morning, a barrage of missiles obliterated villages in the tribal region of South Waziristan. Reports indicate that 10 “militants” were killed and five others were injured in the attack.
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.