The lawsuits are a response to a federal offensive against medical marijuana in California unleashed last month, when the Justice Department sent dozens of letters to California landlords and dispensaries ordering them to close down or face possible seizure of their properties and criminal prosecution. Dozens of dispensaries have already closed in response to the threats.
opportunity or threat? Mike Maharrey reports and discusses.
The Constitution prescribes the rules about how the United States is to enter a war, and the Obama administration has violated those rules.
In spite of the fact that the Constitution was recently read in Congress, several senior Republicans must have either been absent or just werenâ€™t paying attention to what they were hearing.
Tom Woods smashes the criticisms, and the critics.
This is not a time to pronounce defeat. This is a time to muster forces.
The time is now to say “Enough is enough!”
The government of the United States has become the distant, detached, self-important entity that the founders had hoped to avoid when writing the Constitution.
Did the Foundersâ€™ Constitution give Congress the power to restrict immigration? Or was this a subject reserved to the states?
“Our Constitution encourages local governments to stand up when the federal government goes too far..These naked X-ray machines..constitute an unreasonable search,” which violates the Fourth Amendment.
You see, if you start with a flawed premise, you will always come up with the wrong answer.