Rand Paul isn't the only one making waves with filibusters in D.C. this year. This Friday, pro-gun rights senators successfully blocked anti-gun Caitlin Halligan from becoming a federal judge.
A NOLA judge rejected a law barring certain felons from owning firearms because of the Constitutional amendment that declares gun ownership a "fundamental right."
Larry O’Connor, a colleague of the late blogger Andrew Breitbart, is trying dismiss Shirley Sherrod's lawsuit, which alleges that posting an edited video that made her look racist was defamation.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Monday regarding a controversial Arizona law that requires voters to provide proof of citizenship in order to register to vote.
After passing an education reform act with hidden tax cuts for the rich, the GOP's ultimate control over all branches of government in Alabama silences criticism.
While activists and advocates are quick to fight against anti-abortion and anti-birth control legislation and lawmakers, they should be turning their attention to America's court system.
Here are six cases where the Supreme Court was clearly on the wrong side of history.
The defense attorney in Steubenville rape case maintains that because the intoxicated 16 year-old didn't say no, she meant yes.