The 80-year Dingell Dynasty might not end with John Dingell's announcement not to seek a 30th term in the House. 

Former IRS official Lois Lerner once again rested on her Fifth Amendment right not to testify on her role in the IRS scandal during a house hearing on Wednesday.

New EPA rules limiting airborne particulate emissions could virtually end the burning of wood for heat or cooking in the United States.

In an incredible decision that shocked Americans nationwide, a federal appeals court ruled last week that school officials in California acted appropriately and legally by preventing students from wearing T-shirts with U.S. flags during the Cinco de Mayo holiday.

There may be something to the claim that all people want to be free. But it is a demonstrable fact that freedom has been under attack, usually successfully, for thousands of years.

The U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the case of the the Romeike family, who are threatened with deportation after fleeing Germany in order to homeschool their children.

A New Jersey district judge threw out a complaint by a Muslim group that claimed NYPD police surveillance of Muslims was illegal.

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens believes we should amend the Second Amendment.

A committee of the Arizona state Senate has approved a bill that would nullify any and all federal laws, including the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), that would permit the indefinite detention of American citizens.

A measure has been introduced calling for congressional term limits. The Founders believed such limits restricted liberty, not corruption.

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