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A University of Iowa law professor has written about whether or not government should be involved in regulating marriage.
The nomination of Sonia Sotomayor to the U.S. Supreme Court has provoked a barrage of criticism from President Obama’s opponents, but some have cautioned the GOP against taking a tough line.
An abortion doctor has been shot and killed Sunday at a Kansas church where he served as an usher.
What would you do if agents of the government stormed into your home, ransacked it, handcuffed and arrested your teenaged son? What would you do if three months later your son was being imprisoned without being charged and was being denied bail? What would you do if you knew your son hadn’t done what he’s accused of doing and you could prove it, but weren’t being given an opportunity? Welcome to America under the USA Patriot Act. Read on to lean the plight of Ashton Lundeby…
Retirements funds cut in half, jobs lost, rising unemployment and reduced spending are the norm for U.S. citizens. But the Federal government is increasing payroll, and elected politicians have not lost a dime of their retirement savings. Read this article to learn what it all means…
President Obama’s decision to close the Guantanamo Bay prison has put the future of its detainees in the spotlight, and a political battle is on the horizon over the issue of bringing some of the terrorist suspects to the U.S. for trial.
In the days since President Obama has announced Sonia Sotomayor’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, a variety of conservative groups have expressed their reservations.
As Texas lawmakers passed a bill which allows concealed weapons on state college campuses, a coalition of Louisiana higher education institutions has vowed to push back against similar laws in their state.
Despite protests of anti-gun activists, Texas legislature has voted to allow college students and employees to carry concealed handguns on campus.
Ratifying the results of last year’s popular vote, the California Supreme Court upheld a ban on same-gender marriages yesterday, sparking fierce debate between critics and supporters of the move.