Defender of the Constitution, Judge Robert H. Bork, Dies at Age 85

Brian Freedom’s Lighthouse 12/19/2012

Word is out today that outstanding defender of the Constitution – Judge Robert H. Bork – died early this morning in Virginia at the age of 85. [Here] is a video tribute to Bork put together by the Federalist Society in 2011:

PJ MEDIA – Roger Kimball: Judge Robert H. Bork, […]

Senate Democrats Poised for Power Grab

Brian Darling RedState 12/23/2010

Senate Democrats are going to be working over the Christmas break to deliver a lump of coal to the American people in the form of a radical changing of the Senate’s rules. This is a naked power grab by liberals in the Senate pure and simple.

The National Journal reports that […]

‘What We Believe, Part 2: The Problem with Elitism’

Bill Whittle: The Problem With the Washington Elitists (Video)

Jim Hoft GatewayPundit 10/15/2010

During World War II the great author C. S. Lewis would speak to the British people weekly on the radio to lift their spirits during war. His talks were eventually published under the title Mere Christianity. He did his part to […]

Sestak special counsel gets brushoff

John Bresnahan & Jake Sherman 5/24/2010

The Justice Department has rejected a Republican request to appoint a special counsel to investigate allegations that the White House offered a job to Rep. Joe Sestak if he would drop out of the Pennsylvania Senate Democratic primary.

In a letter sent Friday to Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) […]

Sen. Kyl Fires First Shot in Battle Over Next Supreme Court Nominee 4/4/2010

The battle over the next Supreme Court justice is already under way, as the No. 2 Republican in the Senate on Sunday would not rule out blocking a successor to Justice John Paul Stevens — who said in interviews published this weekend his retirement is on the horizon.

Senate Minority Whip Jon […]

Specter pushes for stronger federal privacy laws

MaryClaire Dale Associated Press via 3/29/2010

PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Broadening wiretap laws to include videotaped surveillance could either safeguard privacy or thwart efforts to recover stolen property, a U.S. senator was told Monday at a hearing not far from a school that’s being sued for trying to find missing laptops by activating their webcams.