NIMBY is still alive and well in the age of the Internet of Things.
Congress forgot to disestablish a Creek Reservation created by treaty in 1833 and 1856 when it made Oklahoma a state in 1909.
Has the party paid too big a price to attract suburban voters?
The Supreme Court has declined to accept yet another Second Amendment case for review, continuing a streak that goes back some eight years.
Maryland and the District of Columbia are suing President Trump based on alleged violations of two provisions of the Constitution that have never been litigated before.
A Dallas man was kicked off a flight home from New York City because he had unknowingly cut off a flight crew member while going through a revolving door. This seems like a case of discretion gone way too far.
The devil is in the details of what the legislature passes, but Indiana’s Governor has essentially conceded defeat in the battle over his state’s controversial new “religious freedom” law.
After two and a half decades, the images of June 4, 1989 resonate with many, unless you happen to live in China.
One Virginia county wants to regulate how many people you can have in your home for a visit.
One Chicago politician is using clearly unconstitutional tactics in the political war on Chick-fil-A
Rick Perry’s campaign team is already starting to blame each other for the collapse of a campaign that isn’t over yet.
Does the state have the right to regulate how many people you invite to your home?
WaPo humor columnist Gene Weingarten doesn’t think DC’s speed cameras are funny.
Real news reporting has never paid for itself. But the days of it being subsidized by the local car dealer are rapidly ending.
Part two of the ongoing series blogging Mark Levin’s Liberty and Tyranny.
The most walkable cities in America are also the most successful.
Steve Emerson has reportedly found 13 hours of tape of Cordoba Initiative chairman Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf and found him to be a “radical extremist cleric who cloaks himself in sheep’s clothing.” Does it matter?
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, appearing on San Francisco’s KCBS radio, called for an investigation in the efforts to stop the building of a Muslim cultural center at the hallowed Burlington Coat Factory location blocks from Ground Zero.
Free parking is a very inefficient use of land resources that wouldn’t exist without government mandates and subsidies. Is it time to end the practice?
A bizarre rant in American Spectator contains some interesting thoughts about the nature of America’s political elite.