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.

Recent Articles:

Holder's Departure: Can Justice Ever Be Restored?


Money well spent? DOJ taxpayer-funded "protest marshals" • Forbes on Fox


Ferguson and Occupy: United in Anger


AG Holder Blows It


Holder's Challenge


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