In a victory for people who don’t like the government randomly taking away their stuff, Virginians voted yesterday to enshrine property rights in their state constitution. The push for the amendment was a response to the Supreme Court’s controversial Kelo v. City of New London decision, which lets the government take control of private property just to increase its tax revenues. Virginians overwhelmingly supported the change, which passed with nearly 75 percent of the vote.
Senate Report Details Hunter Biden’s Extensive Foreign Business Dealings — and Obama Officials’ Efforts to Ignore Them
Senate Republicans released a report Wednesday detailing the extensive business dealings that Hunter Biden pursued with politically connected foreign nationals while his father Joe Biden was serving as vice president. The 87-page interim report is the product of a months-long probe in which members of the ... Read More
For many progressive opinion-makers, the only way to save the Supreme Court is to destroy it. They believe the best response to the Republican-held Senate confirming a Trump nominee to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg's seat on the Supreme Court is to pack the Court if Democrats win in November. Holding out the ... Read More