“That’s my boy!” cheered one photo posted to Twitter this week by Australian Khaled Sharrouf — a terrorist currently fighting in Syria for the ISIS terror group. The photo featured his young son — holding in two clutched hand... read more

Mark Twain once quipped, “If you don’t like the weather in New England, just wait a few minutes.” In Washington, D.C., the same thing can be said for the truth; in a flash, it will change — usually with a forecast of sanctimonious apologie... read more

Alexander Herzen, an 18th century writer from Russia, once quipped, “There is nothing in the world more stubborn than a corpse: you can hit it, you can knock it to pieces, but you cannot convince it.” Today, such a description could apply to unconstit... read more

Judge Susan Dlott may not be a household name among conservatives; but the federal judge’s decision last week allowing a lawsuit against the IRS to move forward might make her one. By rejecting the demand from federal government attorneys that the case ... read more

Judging from the seething reaction by liberals to the Supreme Court’s recent decision in the “Hobby Lobby” case, one might easily forget that just two years ago they were singing the Court’s praises after it refused to declare ObamaCare unconstitu... read more

Finally there is a solid and airtight case to be made for Congress and a Special Counsel to fully investigate the Clintons – and it’s all can be found in “Equal Justice Under the Law” an explosive booklet we have put together and are now distribut... read more

Liberty Guard has joined over a dozen other conservative groups in signing a letter to Congress, urging them to abide by spending caps. Trillion dollar deficits are a bipartisan problem, and require more attention to a solution. Greater fiscal restraint s... read more