Does Free Speech Trump the Right to Privacy? Phelps’ Putrid Protests of Soldier’s Funeral Goes to the Supreme Court


When we lost our 13 year old son in a car accident, we clung to our Christian faith. We were held up by those that loved us. When we stumbled in our sorrow, we borrowed the faith of others, and managed to get up again.
On the way to the cemetery, with the procession behind us, [...]

Victory for Free Speech on Campus: Federal Court Strikes Down Gun Rights Protest Restrictions at Tarrant County College


Late yesterday, in a striking victory for the First Amendment on campus, a federal district court in Texas ruled that a number of restrictions on students’ speech at Tarrant County College (TCC) are unconstitutional.

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The debate over affirmative action in higher education, largely dormant since 2003, when the Supreme Court affirmed racial preferences at the University of Michigan School of Law, may soon come roaring back.

Breyer’s Twisted Anti-Gun Reasoning


A case currently being argued in the Supreme Court–McDonald vs. Chicago–seeks to further clarify the constitutional bounds of our Second Amendment rights. Specifically, this case deals with whether state and local authorities can impose more restrictions on gun ownership than are allowed by the federal government under the District of Columbia v. Heller decision of [...]

How Bad Is the Indoctrination in our Colleges?


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Inside a classroom at the University of Massachusetts.

Misguided Wives and Powerless Husbands


The new brouhaha about parents Joseph and Rebecca Reyes, one of whom is Catholic and the other Jewish, is a classic example of two broken institutions in America: the judicial system — and marriage.
The problem with the judicial system is simple: Judges have taken their power and run with it. As one lawyer from Rochester, [...]

A Tale of Two Books


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A Dutch court is forced to compare Mein Kampf and the Quran in the Wilders trial.

Holder Clears Bush Officials In Torture Probe, Sets Stage For ICC Entry. Will Obama Open The Door?


A few weeks ago I wrote a post here at NRB on a news item that got very little attention from American readers.  It’s well-worth revisiting now.  The Obama Administration announced through an anonymous source on or about January 31 that no one in the Bush Administration who was involved with green-lighting the water-boarding of [...]

Imprisoned for Saving American Lives


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Former U.S. Army Master Sergeant John Hatley is now serving a forty year sentence for allegedly killing terrorists in Iraq.

A New Threat to Free Speech on Campus


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Campus lefists and administrators discover the academic equivalent of the poll tax.