The president "threatens to undermine our constitutionally created judicial system," the group wrote in a statement.
"[W]hen you threaten me and my family because I don't politically agree with you, that's not a constitutional republic, that's not the United States..."
We spoke to a political science professor about liberal America's current pipe dream.
They are great in number and vast in scope.
This may or may not be related to rumors he'd be down for joining the White House.
There is a lengthy, sterile, heavily footnoted process to murdering a human who is protected by the Constitution.
The Obama administration is not required to disclose any further information its drone program to the pesky NY Times or the ACLU, a judge ruled today.
We can only hope that the Albany-area nightclub will take this fight to the Supreme Court.
Mayor Bloomberg's response to groups upset they've been forced to stop holding religious services out of schools? Deal with it.
A group organizing a protest on the second anniversary of the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision has been prohibited from demonstrating outside the Federal Courthouse on Pearl Street Friday. Now they're literally going to court
Vesselin Dittrich has faulty vision in one eye, so he was trying to understand why a woman sitting across from him was blue.
Bloomberg distinguishing tents from the protesters' right to occupy Zuccotti Park seems specious—plenty of the park's rules are currently not being enforced.
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