Law & Justice

In the video below, Judge Andrew Napolitano explains why he thinks President Trump’s Executive Order banning refugees and immigration from seven Middle Eastern countries is lawful, and that Judge James Robart and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals were being political in putting a freeze on the ban and in their hearing over whether that […]

Law & Justice
On the Right to Bear Arms
June 17, 2016

Those of us who support a person’s right to own guns may find it blasphemous, but it’s true that a person can honestly disagree with us on the issue. Yes, it’s possible for someone to want to ban private gun ownership in the United States, and be honest about it. The problem, however, comes from […]

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Everybody Has Something to Hide
February 24, 2016

With Apple standing up to the FBI and refusing to create a special version of iOS to allow the FBI to get access the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, but in reality to allow any law enforcement agency in the country to have access to any iPhone that they want, some people are shrugging and saying, […]

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Does It Matter Why Apple is Opposing the FBI?
February 22, 2016

There are some people complaining that Apple’s defiance of the FBI wanting them to build a special version of iOS with a backdoor for them to access people’s data is nothing more than a publicity stunt. Pretty strong evidence against those claiming Apple's motive is PR: more than half the country opposes its position https://t.co/LhsfvvAvUS […]

There has long been controversy about whether or not the U.S. government is required to extend legal protection to non-American nationals, especially those who are caught up in the War on Terror. The people imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay, for example, have been granted no due process, have been tortured, and are being detained indefinitely. This […]

Dan Hannan, the famously Euroskeptic Member of the European Parliament from the United Kingdom, could once have been considered a friend to the cause of enlarging human freedom. There are few who can match him when it comes to issues of economics or leaving the European Union, and there’s certainly something to say for someone […]

Godless Marriage Licenses
September 2, 2015

Kentucky Clerk of Courts Kim Davis has been in the news for the past week or so because despite the Supreme Court ruling that gay marriage is now legal in all 50 states she has refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples citing her religious beliefs. She has claimed that “God’s Authority” trumps the […]