Justice, Law, and Law Enforcement
The United States is a nation of laws. IWF believes that those laws, created by legislatures, should
be clearly stated and enforced by the judiciary. The judiciary should not attempt to create laws, and
upholding the rule of law is a central duty of government.
The Halbig Case Is Already A Loss For Big Government
Halbig Victory at Appeals Court
Hobby Lobby's Supreme Court Victory
Breaking: Cop Killer Supporter Rejected For Key DOJ Post
Do We Need A More Felon-Friendly Justice Department?
What about that Swearing Toddler Featured by the Police Union?
FOP: President Obama's DOJ Nomination "A Thumb in the Eye" to Cops
More than ObamaCare at Stake in Court Fights
So, If You Call the Cops, How Long Will It Take Them to Get There?
Obama Administration to Constitution: Drop Dead
Judge's Ruling: Bonfire of the Inanities
Obama Saves the Day: Exempts Congress and Staff from ObamaCare
Juror B29, Heroine
Hobby Lobby Wins Restraining Order
Hobby Lobby Goes to Appeals Court Today
Benghazi Scandal Gets Deserved Attention
A Policy Area In Which Europe Has The U.S. Beat, And It's Not Even Close
Who Is Thomas Perez?
Featured Essay: Fragment on the Constitution and the Union
Lebanese Women Demand Marital Rape Protections
GLAMOUR Editor Meredith Tunits talks with IWF Executive Director
Lisa Schiffren on TheBlaze TV's "Wilkow!" (01.23.2013)
Five Murdered Women the Latest Victims of Guatemala's War on Women
Using Children To Pass Gun Laws Is Grotesque And Childish
Gun Control Regulations Disarm Women
Judge Robert H. Bork, RIP
Jovan Belcher, Bob Costas and Theories of Causation
Does Ladies Night Equal Reverse Discrimination?
Honor Violence Shouldn’t Be Tolerated
Why Should You Care About Religious Liberty?
Book Review, The Debt Bomb: A Bold Plan to Stop Washington from Bankrupting America by US Senator Tom A. Coburn, M.D.
Chief Justice Roberts and the Strange New Respect Award
D.C. Government’s Creative Ways of Raising Money
Executive Privilege = Executive Involvement
Constituting America Essay on Amendment XXV
Rep. Adams Proposes VAWA Fix
A Necessary Law Suit
The New York Times Belittles Women
Senate Succumbs to Demagoguery in Its Consideration of the VAWA
Ledbetter Is about Lawsuits — Not Equal Pay
Discouraging Frivolous Lawsuits Isn’t a War on Women
Medicaid - the Gun to the Head
Supreme Court Protesters Show ObamaCare's True Colors
Day Three at SCOTUS: Is the Mandate Severable?
Judgment Day for the Individual Mandate
One Day Down: Anti-Injunction Arguments
Divorce Court’s Dirty Little Secret
VAWA: A Misguided Attempt to Combat Injustice
IWF Files Amicus Brief in ObamaCare Supreme Court Case
Wanted: An Honest Discussion About the Violence Against Women Act