BY DON SORCHYCH | JUNE 25, 2014
The voting public of Cave Creek are commended for doing their part in the process of a recall by signing petitions. Now it will have to be done again, thanks to the gutless use of attorneys by the slate so they didn't have to face voters.
BY LARRY KLAYMAN | JUNE 25, 2014
In this age of so-called political correctness comes yet a new outrage. This week the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, succumbing to pressure from the likes of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, invalidated the Washington Redskins’ trademark on the grounds that it is offensive to Native Americans. The absurdity of all of this is self-evident.
BY NATHAN MEHRENS | JUNE 25, 2014
Throughout the course of the Obama Administration we've seen the President and his appointees make a regular practice of dodging laws that make implementing their agenda difficult.
One such example of this practice will be receiving greater scrutiny now that the U.S. Supreme Court has decided to review the Administration's actions in regulating the workplace. The Court announced this week that it would review Perez v. Mortgage Bankers Association, a Labor Department case involving its Wage and Hour Division's interpretation of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
BY JOE OTTO | JUNE 25, 2014
I have been thinking over the past few days about a simple question: Why do Liberals despise the Bill of Rights?
Whether it is the Second Amendment's right to bear arms or the Fourth Amendment's protection against unreasonable searches and seizures, Liberals seem to look at these rights as nothing more than guidelines.
BY ROBERT ROMANO | JUNE 25, 2014
In 1974, then-special prosecutor Leon Jaworski issued a subpoena for the infamous White House tapes. Those tapes were the critical bit of evidence that might prove Richard Nixon was involved in the Watergate scandal and cover-up.
Nixon refused, claiming an absolute executive privilege against judicial proceedings.