Hawaii could begin enrolling gun owners into a federal database that would alert authorities if a resident is arrested in another state, making it the first state to do so.
The Claremont Institute recently chose Washington Free Beacon assistant editor Blake Seitz to participate in its selective 2016 Publius fellowship program.
This is a grim moment for the release of Randy Barnett’s new book on the Constitution. Vital signs one might consult to judge the health and potency of a conservative or right-libertarian reading of our founding document range from mixed (at best) to a gentle squiggle shy of flat-lining
A Washington think tank is raising awareness of ways that Congress could use the Constitution to rein in the authority of federal courts, which many have accused of usurping the authority of the legislative branch.
FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai praised a recent decision by his agency to defend free speech on the airwaves, ending the Fairness Doctrine for good.
A student who was ordered to stop handing out copies of the Constitution on Constitution Day filed a lawsuit today in federal court against the college district for violating his First Amendment rights.