• Perspective

America's historic arms culture was profoundly influenced by American Indian arms culture of the colonial period.

  • Opinion

The surprising relevance of Marbury v. Madison.

  • Opinion

Why courts should not defer to the government in cases involving these issues any more than in other constitutional cases.

  • Opinion

  • Opinion

Prosecuting Assange (or anyone else) for possessing or publishing classified information would chill legitimate journalism and raise serious constitutional questions.

  • Opinion

"The apparently coordinated bombings that killed more than 30 people in Belgium are unlikely to be duplicated in the United States, ... former intelligence and counterterrorism officials said," reports a Post article. I hope that's correct. But, if it is, how can we get it to continue being correct?

  • Opinion

President signs three gun law reforms: prohibiting ban on lead ammunition; first step to right-to-carry for military personnel; sell surplus military handguns to the public.

  • Opinion

In 1942, when the enemy showed that it could strike the homeland, Maryland Gov. Herbert O'Conor called forth the Maryland Minute Men -- citizens providing their own arms -- for defense against enemy raiders.

  • Opinion

The D.C. Circuit denies a request to reconsider its stay of an injunction against the federal government's metadata collection program.

  • Opinion

Should my critique of Obama administration lawlessness extend to NSA data collection and drone strikes on American citizens?

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