Merit-Based immigration Is happening by itself, but there's no guarantee it will continue.
A new book by a prominent Second Amendment lawyer examines the history.
In a new paper, John Lott assembled his own global database of mass shootings and found that the U.S. accounts for just 3 percent of them.
The bill isn’t as bad as its detractors say, but its confusing language and design leave something to be desired
Courts have often found it doesn't make sense to lock people in cages for defending themselves.
The latest controversy stems from a deep confusion about how language works.
It addresses the demand for paid leave by making our current entitlement system more flexible, rather than simply by making it bigger.