Posing as defender of the Bill of Rights, the presidential hopeful steers clear of grandstanding on popular measures he deems unconstitutional. [...]
A Congress accustomed to issuing steady denunciations of President Obama’s executive actions as unconstitutional — the separation of powers thing — finds itself in an unwanted place: [...]
Such an unconstitutional action would amount to authorizing secession for certain residents of Hawaii. [...]
The Justice Department appealed a judge’s ruling that called the NSA’s collection of phone records “almost certainly” unconstitutional. [...]
House Democrats are demanding that the government’s ability to spy on American citizens be immediately throttled in the wake of ongoing reports of the National Security Agency’s unConstitutional co... [...]
Jay Sekulow spoke with Laurie Dhue on The Blaze recently to cover what's going on with the ACLJ and all the "phony scandals" (Mr. Obama's words, not mine) going on right now.
They touched on the fact that the mainstream media seems to have drastically slowed down it's reporting of any of these items, even though new pieces of the puzzle are being exposed nearly every single day! One day it's a new revelation about the IRS & Lois Lerner, the next day it seems to be something about Fast & [...]