Published May 06, 2013
Texas Judge Reed O’Connor concluded last month that the Obama administration’s policy of granting de facto amnesty to some people who entered the country illegally violates federal immigration law.
Published January 08, 2013
Today, with a staff of 800 and a 2012 appropriation of $145 million, the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division is suing universities over the food they do, and do not, serve in student cafeterias.
Published May 21, 2012
Richard Nixon ordered the IRS to conduct tax audits of those on his infamous “Enemies List.” Now, a spate of investigations and leaks coming out of President Obama’s IRS raises concerns that this administration may also be using the power of the nation’s most feared agency to silence its political opponents.
Published March 01, 2012
What exactly are conservative members of Congress doing to combat President Obama’s unconstitutional “non-recess” appointments to the National Labor Relations Board and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau? Not much.
Published December 13, 2011
The U.S. State Department is doing everything it can to encourage local law enforcement officials to check the citizenship status of anyone arrested in this country so that the U.S. can comply with treaty-provided consular access privileges. Meanwhile, the Justice Department is suing to prevent local law enforcement officials from checking the citizenship status of anyone arrested even when they have a “reasonable suspicion” that the individual is in the United States unlawfully. What's going on here?
Published March 29, 2010
If you want to know why the various proposals being made to reverse the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision all virtually ignore unions, you have to follow the money.
Published October 31, 2008
The next president has the opportunity to restore the judiciary to its constitutional role, preserving the rule of law for generations to come. This can be done only if he appoints judges who will faithfully interpret the Constitution, free from bias.