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Judicial Reform

The judicial branch of government has overstepped its bounds and increasingly ignores the precepts of common law.

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Don't be Fooled by the Latest EPA Ruling

Monday’s Supreme Court ruling on the EPA is getting some confused news coverage from people unsure of the actual impact of the Court’s decision. First of all, it is important to note that this case has nothing to do with the recent, controversial expansion of the EPA’s powers as adeptly covered by Julie Borowski here. Instead, this case addressed an earlier attempt from the EPA to solidify its ability to broadly regulate greenhouse gas emissions for virtually everyone in the United States.

06/27/2014
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The Supreme Court Affirms that the Senate - Not Obama - Makes Its Own Rules

In NLRB v. Noel Canning, the Supreme Court ruled that Obama's appointments to the NLRB were unconstitutional in a huge victory for the balance of power.

06/26/2014
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Supreme Court: No Cell Phone Searches Without a Warrant

I'll be honest. Being an activist for liberty can occasionally be downright depressing. Sometimes it feels like it’s just one bad news after another as the government continues to grow and take away our basic freedoms.

06/25/2014
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House Passes Amendment to Limit the NSA's Spying - See How Your Representative Voted Here!

On Thursday night, the House of Representatives voted on an amendment (H.Amdt. 935), led by Representative Thomas Massie (R-KY), that would require the NSA and other intelligence agencies to follow due process and obtain a warrant to collect the communications of American citizens. Congress has come close to passing limitations on government surveillance since Edward Snowden exposed the extent of the NSA's intrusion into our privacy, but consistently came just a few votes shy.

06/20/2014
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Another Victory for Political Speech

Political speech has been winning a number of incremental victories in recent years, from the 2010 Citizens United decision that allowed SuperPACs to spend money on elections, to the ruling earlier this year that struck down the overall cap on political donations.

06/19/2014
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The Death Knell of Tenure

One of the greatest barriers to education reform, and the symbol of public sector intransigence, is teacher tenure. These statutes make it nearly impossible and incredibly expensive to fire poorly performing teachers. But in a landmark victory for education reform, a California judge ruled that teacher tenure and a slew of other job protection clauses are unconstitutional and should not be enforced by school districts.

06/18/2014
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The Foxiness of Property Rights

Pierson v. Post, one of the first cases studied in law classes, is a story about a couple of New York hunters, a fox, and a lucky catch back in 1805. And yet, 200 years after the decision was made, this case is viewed as a cornerstone of how America views private property rights.

06/16/2014
"A Worker's Right to Say \"No.\""
"The Supreme Court will decide whether Illinois can force workers to join unions."
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A Worker's Right to Say "No."

Big labor has always predicated its efforts on an appeal to “workers’ rights,” claiming to fight against exploitation and unfair treatment of employees by powerful corporations who care more about their bottom line than about the safety and well-being of workers.

06/04/2014
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Tell Your Representative to Support the Email Privacy Act

The government can't search your physical mailbox without a warrant - why should your email inbox be any different?

06/04/2014
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The Covert Evisceration of NSA Reform in the House

Republican leadership relied on Pelosi-like trickery to gut effective NSA surveillance reform.

05/22/2014

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