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Bill Nye: Questioning Manmade Global Warming Theory is Unconstitutional

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Bill Nye isn’t a scientist, but he plays one on TV. In the same way, he’s not a Constitutional scholar, but he recently played one in a Vox interview. The thing is, you don’t have to be a Constitutional scholar

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Senator Rand Paul Filibusters the Patriot Act

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  Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) stood tall on Wednesday afternoon and evening to speak out against certain provisions in the Patriot Act. In particular he spoke passionately against the NSA’s illegal surveillance of innocent American citizens. A handful of Democrats

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The Supreme Court Expands Gun Rights for Felons

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Score another win for the 2nd Amendment! While most Americans do not want felons owning firearms legally, the constitutional problems that arise when someone becomes a felon can be difficult to deal with. Such was the case with a question

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Against Judicial Supremacy: Does the Supreme Court Have the Final Say?

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It seems like an obvious question: What branch of government is responsible to interpret the Constitution for the other branches? Many people would immediately reply that the Supreme Court has the final say on any constitutional question. Commentators mocked presidential

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It's Not Just Here - New Study Shows Freedom of Religion and Press in Decline Everywhere

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Our generation has sadly been the stewards of the tail end of the American Century. As we’ve allowed liberals to steer the fate of our nation, they’ve quite quickly driven us to the brink of insignificance. With our decline has

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Baltimore is Spying on Innocent Citizens without Warrants!

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Cases like this one unfolding in Baltimore make me wonder how people can go on pretending that the government isn’t as corruptible as anything else in the world. Whenever I argue that we are allowing the government to strip us

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Iowa Public School Discriminates Against Pro-Life Students!

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An Iowa high school is being accused of discriminating against a student who wanted to start a Students for Life group on the grounds that it would be too “controversial.” This comes one week after two North Dakota schools were attacked for not recognizing

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Student who Uncovered College Support for ISIS may Face Criminal Charges

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The Barry University student who helped conservative firebrand James O’Keefe secretly record a videoshowing school staff supposedly support ISIS could be facing criminal charges, according to a local news station. Laura Loomer, a senior studying communications, helped O’Keefe’s organization, Project

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Must Read: The 9 Things You Need to Know about Indiana's Religious Freedom Law

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The passage of Indiana’s religious freedom law has incited uproar from the left and an equally deafening response from the right. With the cacophonous debate on both sides of this issue, it’s hard to know what the heck is actually going on. So here

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It’s Okay to be a Birther if You’re Talking About Ted Cruz

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It’s okay to be a birther as long as you’re talking about Ted Cruz or some other Republican. If you’re talking about Obama, then you’re a racist right-wing extremist conspiracy nutcase. Here’s a bit of trivia for our liberal brethren.

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John Kerry Slams Tom Cotton In The Stupidest Way Possible

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When asked on Face The Nation if he would apologize for Senator Tom Cotton’s letter to the Islamic Republic of Iran, Secretary of State John Kerry replied: “Not on your life. I’m not going to apologize for unconstitutional, un-thought out

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Those Who Think Senator Tom Cotton Is a Traitor Are a Cancer on Society

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Edith Sitwell said: “I am patient with stupidity, but not with those who are proud of it.” I, on the other hand, am not patient with stupidity in any form—specifically when it comes to politics. Stupidity is ignorance intensified, and

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