A Promise Kept

Memorial Day is not like other American holidays. It is a somber remembrance of those who put their lives on the line and lost them in service to our country.

North Carolina Strikes Out a Fifth Time at the Supreme Court Over Redistricting

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down the latest redistricting plan from North Carolina on Monday, holding that the state Legislature had impermissibly used race in the redistricting process for two congressional districts.

How to Live in Peace

My win does not come at your expense, and your win doesn’t come at my expense. And just as importantly, we can be friends.

Our Turn: New Hampshire Deserves Secure Elections

Last year, the two most important races on New Hampshire’s ballot were decided by the narrowest of margins.

Sanctuary Cities Lose Access to Federal Grants That Require Complying with Federal Immigration Law – Cue the Histrionics

Late on Monday, Attorney General Jeff Session issued a memorandum to all the “grant-making components” within the Justice Department cutting off any grants to sanctuary jurisdictions.

Symposium: The Goldilocks Principle of Redistricting

For anyone who seeks clarity in what states must do in redistricting to comply with the Voting Rights Act and the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment, the Supreme Court’s decision in Cooper v. Harris will certainly not provide it.

The OPEC Meeting Reminds Us: Pursue True Energy Security

Let this meeting serve as a reminder to us in the United States that although our energy security has improved, there is far more to be done to protect us from the machinations of this cartel, and the other economic and security consequences of our oil dependence.

Rachel Brand Confirmed as #3 at Justice Dept.

The Senate on Thursday confirmed President Donald Trump’s nomination of Rachel Brand as associate attorney general, the third-highest position at the U.S. Department of Justice.

The ACLU’s Army of Ex-Cons

Former prison inmates canvass voters and press for the ACLU’s radical agenda.

How to Get Our Immigration Courts Back to Enforcing Federal Law

Jeff Sessions is restoring common sense and effectiveness to an immigration court system that, until recently, had neither.