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A perfect summary of the Grand Old Party's relationship with the U.S. Constitution comes from Texas Governor Rick Perry at Mike Huckabee's candidate forum on Fox News last Saturday. Governor Perry claimed as president he could overturn a law passed by Congress by executive order (he can't), and then to show his bona fides on the subject, he pulled out a copy of the Constitution from his breast pocket - displaying it proudly to the national audience.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Iraqi negotiators reached a breakthrough deal on the constitution Tuesday and at least one Sunni Arab party said it would now urge its followers to approve the charter in this weekend's referendum.
Every time I am stopped by the police I tell them I am taking the Fifth and refusing to answer their questions.
The Fourth of July is a time of celebration for the principles underlying the Declaration of Independence:
The Founding Fathers intentionally made it difficult to change the U.S. Constitution. Proposed amendments require approval by two-thirds of both the House and Senate and their adoption requires ratification by three-fourths of the states. Thus, the Constitution is rarely amended, only 27 times since 1789.
WASHINGTON - Rep. Elton Gallegly has argued for nearly 20 years that one way to fight illegal immigration would be to deny citizenship to U.S.-born children of people who enter the country illegally.
Just days before an anticipated Supreme Court ruling, the American Civil Liberties Union wants state officials to warn possible “rogue” officers from enforcing the state’s immigration law before they are legally entitled to do so.
September 2, 2004
About one out of every 15 children in the United States was born to a family where at least one parent is in this country illegally, according to a new report Wednesday.
The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that police officers aren’t allowed to search a vehicle without a warrant, if a suspect has been arrested and the scene has been secured.
On Saturday, many of us will hoist American flags, attend barbecues festooned in red, white and blue, and stand shoulder-to-shoulder to watch colorful fireworks illuminate the night sky.
NEW YORK - Federal lawsuits were filed Tuesday seeking to halt President Bush's domestic eavesdropping program, calling it an "illegal and unconstitutional program" of electronic eavesdropping on American citizens.
The string of drug store burglaries had frustrated police for months when Scottsdale detectives got a tip that a Phoenix man with a long criminal history was the culprit.
A federal judge on Friday found the department run by the self-professed "toughest sheriff in America'' was guilty of racial profiling and ordered the agency's practices permanently halted.
SAN JUAN, Texas — When Ruth Garcia's twins are born in two months, they'll have all the rights of U.S. citizens. They and their six brothers and sisters will be able to vote, apply for federal student loans and even run for president.
The balance between the police and the policed is getting way out of whack — and we better restore it now.
A new proposal at the Arizona Legislature will take the state's fight with the feds to a whole new level: It would let the state actually nullify federal laws that legislators believe are invalid.
Local tea party activists felt that Sen. John McCain had some explaining to do.
Analyzing the DNA samples of youngsters who have not been found guilty of any crime is an unconstitutional warrantless search, the Arizona Supreme Court has ruled.
Rapidly advancing drone technology packing the latest surveillance tools into affordable and lightweight machines could help police do their jobs more effectively and with greater safety.
“A man's home is his castle,” so the old proverb goes. Behind its walls, the homeowner makes the rules — and the government must stay out, unless its minions have first obtained a search warrant that will pass muster under the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution in a court of law.
Gov. Jan Brewer appointed her third justice Friday to the five-member Arizona Supreme Court, once again, a Republican just like her.
A divided three-judge federal appeals court panel sidestepped the major issues in the so-called Terrorist Surveillance Program, secretly instituted by the Bush administration shortly after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.