Roger Clegg hits the nail on the head

Author: Joshua Thompson  Roger Clegg, President of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has a very good piece on The National Review Online, reviewing a piece in The Washington Post.  Mr. Clegg … ›

Join us to celebrate the legacy of Milton Friedman

Author: Timothy Sandefur On July 31, Pacific Legal Foundation will join with the Cascade Policy Institute in Portland, Oregon, to commemorate the life and achievements of Milton Friedman. More information … ›

Are judges umpires?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Professor Holly Doremus has this post from Legal Planet criticizing the analogy between umpires and judges.  Professor Doremus contends that the analogy is inapt for at … ›

Democrats' health care bill

Author: Joshua Thompson The Democrats' prodigous 1,018 page health care bill is available for online viewing.  The American Thinker has discovered that the bill is loaded with race-preferences.  Why is it that … ›

Barbara Boxer: Step 1 — Find mouth. Step 2 — Insert foot.

Author: Joshua Thompson Harry C. Alford, president and chief executive of the National Black Chamber of Commerce spoke yesterday during the Senate hearing chaired by Barbara Boxer (D-CA) , entitled "Ensuring … ›

Philadelphia: The good and the bad

Author: Joshua Thompson The Philadelphia Inquirer published an excellent editorial Sunday.  I stumbled upon the article after it was re-printed in the Sacramento Bee today.  Granted, any editorial that quotes … ›

Does the Equal Protection Clause require the government to treat people differently?

Author: Joshua Thompson HUH?  Does the Equal Protection Clause require that blacks and whites (or Asians and Latinos) be treated differently? Does the Equal Protection Clause… Equal.  Differently? So argue the plaintiffs … ›

reality bites: the Endangered Species Act puts fish before people

Author: Brandon Middleton Last week NRDC's Doug Obegi weighed in on the California water crisis by discussing "The Fallacy of 'Fish versus People.'" His message: While some Members of Congress and other elected officials have … ›

the hidden costs of environmental litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton As California's economic troubles continue, more and more people are waking up to the hidden costs that accompany environmental litigation. Last week Chapman University presidential fellow Joel … ›

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Roger Clegg hits the nail on the head

Author: Joshua Thompson  Roger Clegg, President of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has a very good piece on The National Review Online, reviewing a piece in The Washington Post.  Mr. Clegg … ›

Join us to celebrate the legacy of Milton Friedman

Author: Timothy Sandefur On July 31, Pacific Legal Foundation will join with the Cascade Policy Institute in Portland, Oregon, to commemorate the life and achievements of Milton Friedman. More information … ›

Are judges umpires?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Professor Holly Doremus has this post from Legal Planet criticizing the analogy between umpires and judges.  Professor Doremus contends that the analogy is inapt for at … ›

Democrats' health care bill

Author: Joshua Thompson The Democrats' prodigous 1,018 page health care bill is available for online viewing.  The American Thinker has discovered that the bill is loaded with race-preferences.  Why is it that … ›

Barbara Boxer: Step 1 — Find mouth. Step 2 — Insert foot.

Author: Joshua Thompson Harry C. Alford, president and chief executive of the National Black Chamber of Commerce spoke yesterday during the Senate hearing chaired by Barbara Boxer (D-CA) , entitled "Ensuring … ›

Philadelphia: The good and the bad

Author: Joshua Thompson The Philadelphia Inquirer published an excellent editorial Sunday.  I stumbled upon the article after it was re-printed in the Sacramento Bee today.  Granted, any editorial that quotes … ›

Does the Equal Protection Clause require the government to treat people differently?

Author: Joshua Thompson HUH?  Does the Equal Protection Clause require that blacks and whites (or Asians and Latinos) be treated differently? Does the Equal Protection Clause… Equal.  Differently? So argue the plaintiffs … ›

reality bites: the Endangered Species Act puts fish before people

Author: Brandon Middleton Last week NRDC's Doug Obegi weighed in on the California water crisis by discussing "The Fallacy of 'Fish versus People.'" His message: While some Members of Congress and other elected officials have … ›

the hidden costs of environmental litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton As California's economic troubles continue, more and more people are waking up to the hidden costs that accompany environmental litigation. Last week Chapman University presidential fellow Joel … ›

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Roger Clegg hits the nail on the head

Author: Joshua Thompson  Roger Clegg, President of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has a very good piece on The National Review Online, reviewing a piece in The Washington Post.  Mr. Clegg … ›

Join us to celebrate the legacy of Milton Friedman

Author: Timothy Sandefur On July 31, Pacific Legal Foundation will join with the Cascade Policy Institute in Portland, Oregon, to commemorate the life and achievements of Milton Friedman. More information … ›

Are judges umpires?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Professor Holly Doremus has this post from Legal Planet criticizing the analogy between umpires and judges.  Professor Doremus contends that the analogy is inapt for at … ›

Democrats' health care bill

Author: Joshua Thompson The Democrats' prodigous 1,018 page health care bill is available for online viewing.  The American Thinker has discovered that the bill is loaded with race-preferences.  Why is it that … ›

Barbara Boxer: Step 1 — Find mouth. Step 2 — Insert foot.

Author: Joshua Thompson Harry C. Alford, president and chief executive of the National Black Chamber of Commerce spoke yesterday during the Senate hearing chaired by Barbara Boxer (D-CA) , entitled "Ensuring … ›

Philadelphia: The good and the bad

Author: Joshua Thompson The Philadelphia Inquirer published an excellent editorial Sunday.  I stumbled upon the article after it was re-printed in the Sacramento Bee today.  Granted, any editorial that quotes … ›

Does the Equal Protection Clause require the government to treat people differently?

Author: Joshua Thompson HUH?  Does the Equal Protection Clause require that blacks and whites (or Asians and Latinos) be treated differently? Does the Equal Protection Clause… Equal.  Differently? So argue the plaintiffs … ›

reality bites: the Endangered Species Act puts fish before people

Author: Brandon Middleton Last week NRDC's Doug Obegi weighed in on the California water crisis by discussing "The Fallacy of 'Fish versus People.'" His message: While some Members of Congress and other elected officials have … ›

the hidden costs of environmental litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton As California's economic troubles continue, more and more people are waking up to the hidden costs that accompany environmental litigation. Last week Chapman University presidential fellow Joel … ›

Roger Clegg hits the nail on the head

Author: Joshua Thompson  Roger Clegg, President of the Center for Equal Opportunity, has a very good piece on The National Review Online, reviewing a piece in The Washington Post.  Mr. Clegg … ›

Join us to celebrate the legacy of Milton Friedman

Author: Timothy Sandefur On July 31, Pacific Legal Foundation will join with the Cascade Policy Institute in Portland, Oregon, to commemorate the life and achievements of Milton Friedman. More information … ›

Are judges umpires?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Professor Holly Doremus has this post from Legal Planet criticizing the analogy between umpires and judges.  Professor Doremus contends that the analogy is inapt for at … ›

Democrats' health care bill

Author: Joshua Thompson The Democrats' prodigous 1,018 page health care bill is available for online viewing.  The American Thinker has discovered that the bill is loaded with race-preferences.  Why is it that … ›

Barbara Boxer: Step 1 — Find mouth. Step 2 — Insert foot.

Author: Joshua Thompson Harry C. Alford, president and chief executive of the National Black Chamber of Commerce spoke yesterday during the Senate hearing chaired by Barbara Boxer (D-CA) , entitled "Ensuring … ›

Philadelphia: The good and the bad

Author: Joshua Thompson The Philadelphia Inquirer published an excellent editorial Sunday.  I stumbled upon the article after it was re-printed in the Sacramento Bee today.  Granted, any editorial that quotes … ›

Does the Equal Protection Clause require the government to treat people differently?

Author: Joshua Thompson HUH?  Does the Equal Protection Clause require that blacks and whites (or Asians and Latinos) be treated differently? Does the Equal Protection Clause… Equal.  Differently? So argue the plaintiffs … ›

reality bites: the Endangered Species Act puts fish before people

Author: Brandon Middleton Last week NRDC's Doug Obegi weighed in on the California water crisis by discussing "The Fallacy of 'Fish versus People.'" His message: While some Members of Congress and other elected officials have … ›

the hidden costs of environmental litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton As California's economic troubles continue, more and more people are waking up to the hidden costs that accompany environmental litigation. Last week Chapman University presidential fellow Joel … ›