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Constitutional Reform
March 27, 2020
Google Tries to Get the Supreme Court to Pretend to be Congress and Write Them Fake ‘Law’
As we know, the Left doesn’t give a rat’s posterior about the Constitution.
Constitutional Reform
March 25, 2020
The Humility of the Founders
Frank W. Keeney explains how inserting Article V into the constitution was an act of humility.
Constitutional Reform
March 17, 2020
U.S. Supreme Court Considering Second Amendment Case
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether to strike down a New York City law that prevents residents from transporting firearms outside of their residences.
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Environment
March 10, 2020
Federal Court Temporarily Enjoins California Alligator Trade Ban
The State of Louisiana, along with some landowners and boutique retailers, are suing California to prevent a decades-old law banning the importation and sale of alligator and crocodile products in the state from finally coming into effect.
Constitutional Reform
February 10, 2020
An Easy Choice
Calling an for an open constitutional convention is much easier, more efficient, and holds the promise of better results than a limited-agenda one.
Constitutional Reform
January 27, 2020
Virginia Governor Declares War on Gun Owners—and Babies
Governors like Ralph Northam detest the Second Amendment because the Second Amendment is the ultimate form of self-reliance: self-protection.

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Constitutional Reform
March 27, 2020
By Seton Motley
As we know, the Left doesn’t give a rat’s posterior about the Constitution.
March 25, 2020
By Frank Keeney
Frank W. Keeney explains how inserting Article V into the constitution was an act of humility.
March 17, 2020
By Ashley Herzog
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether to strike down a New York City law that prevents residents from transporting firearms outside of their residences.
March 10, 2020
By Duggan Flanakin
The State of Louisiana, along with some landowners and boutique retailers, are suing California to prevent a decades-old law banning the importation and sale of alligator and crocodile products in the state from finally coming into effect.
February 10, 2020
By Frank Keeney
Calling an for an open constitutional convention is much easier, more efficient, and holds the promise of better results than a limited-agenda one.
January 27, 2020
By Christopher Talgo
Governors like Ralph Northam detest the Second Amendment because the Second Amendment is the ultimate form of self-reliance: self-protection.
January 8, 2020
By Dr. William J. Murphy
The McGahn case again illustrates how civil enforcement actions are plagued by prolonged litigation and procedural delays that render them unsuitable for achieving prompt and effective oversight actions.
December 17, 2019
By Ray Carter
OCPA has become a trusted source for fact-based public policy analysis in the Sooner State, fighting for free-market principles and greater opportunity.
November 1, 2019
By Ashley Bateman
"In Louisiana and 29 other states, those who practice law are being denied their First Amendment rights not to speak, not to associate with a group against their will, and not to pay for others’ political advocacy.”
October 1, 2019
By Trent England
Under the Electoral College system, presidential elections are decentralized, taking place in the states.