Other people's money: Davenport back in state supreme court

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Supreme Court of Washington has once again granted review in Davenport v. Washington Education Association, a case that began as a class action on behalf of … ›

60 Minutes recap

Author: Brandon Middleton Aquafornia has posted several reactions to the 60 Minutes story on California's water crisis.

High Court to Consider Government's Low Tactics

Author:  Steven Gieseler That's the title of my column posted today on the American Thinker's website.  The tactics in question are the subject of a petition to the United States Supreme … ›

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Plans Regulatory Overhaul of ESA

According to the NYT, the Fish and Wildlife Service is considering "wide-ranging revisions" to the 1973 Endangered Species Act: "Efforts to make major changes in ESA have not gone far … ›

CBS's 60 Minutes: "Why California is Running Dry"

Author: Brandon Middleton For those interested, Aquafornia has the clips of last night's 60 Minutes segment on the California water crisis.

Happy holidays to all friends of freedom!

All of us here at Pacific Legal Foundation would like to extend our sincerest wishes for a warm, relaxing, and happy holiday season to all our friends and supporters out … ›

The two big problems with the Indiana bat decision

Author: Brandon Middleton In response to a federal court's decision to halt a West Virginia wind energy project due to the potential resulting harm the project may have on Indiana … ›

Post-Kelo reform still blighted

Author: R. S. Radford In the 2009 volume of the Supreme Court Economic Review, Vanderbilt professor James W. Ely, Jr., takes a look at political responses to the Supreme Court’s … ›

Adieu Process: Court of Appeals favors post-hoc agency rationale over due process

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier this week, Division I of Washington’s Court of Appeals issued a decision expanding government agencies’ authority to enforce vague laws against its citizens that should … ›

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Other people's money: Davenport back in state supreme court

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Supreme Court of Washington has once again granted review in Davenport v. Washington Education Association, a case that began as a class action on behalf of … ›

60 Minutes recap

Author: Brandon Middleton Aquafornia has posted several reactions to the 60 Minutes story on California's water crisis.

High Court to Consider Government's Low Tactics

Author:  Steven Gieseler That's the title of my column posted today on the American Thinker's website.  The tactics in question are the subject of a petition to the United States Supreme … ›

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Plans Regulatory Overhaul of ESA

According to the NYT, the Fish and Wildlife Service is considering "wide-ranging revisions" to the 1973 Endangered Species Act: "Efforts to make major changes in ESA have not gone far … ›

CBS's 60 Minutes: "Why California is Running Dry"

Author: Brandon Middleton For those interested, Aquafornia has the clips of last night's 60 Minutes segment on the California water crisis.

Happy holidays to all friends of freedom!

All of us here at Pacific Legal Foundation would like to extend our sincerest wishes for a warm, relaxing, and happy holiday season to all our friends and supporters out … ›

The two big problems with the Indiana bat decision

Author: Brandon Middleton In response to a federal court's decision to halt a West Virginia wind energy project due to the potential resulting harm the project may have on Indiana … ›

Post-Kelo reform still blighted

Author: R. S. Radford In the 2009 volume of the Supreme Court Economic Review, Vanderbilt professor James W. Ely, Jr., takes a look at political responses to the Supreme Court’s … ›

Adieu Process: Court of Appeals favors post-hoc agency rationale over due process

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier this week, Division I of Washington’s Court of Appeals issued a decision expanding government agencies’ authority to enforce vague laws against its citizens that should … ›

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Other people's money: Davenport back in state supreme court

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Supreme Court of Washington has once again granted review in Davenport v. Washington Education Association, a case that began as a class action on behalf of … ›

60 Minutes recap

Author: Brandon Middleton Aquafornia has posted several reactions to the 60 Minutes story on California's water crisis.

High Court to Consider Government's Low Tactics

Author:  Steven Gieseler That's the title of my column posted today on the American Thinker's website.  The tactics in question are the subject of a petition to the United States Supreme … ›

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Plans Regulatory Overhaul of ESA

According to the NYT, the Fish and Wildlife Service is considering "wide-ranging revisions" to the 1973 Endangered Species Act: "Efforts to make major changes in ESA have not gone far … ›

CBS's 60 Minutes: "Why California is Running Dry"

Author: Brandon Middleton For those interested, Aquafornia has the clips of last night's 60 Minutes segment on the California water crisis.

Happy holidays to all friends of freedom!

All of us here at Pacific Legal Foundation would like to extend our sincerest wishes for a warm, relaxing, and happy holiday season to all our friends and supporters out … ›

The two big problems with the Indiana bat decision

Author: Brandon Middleton In response to a federal court's decision to halt a West Virginia wind energy project due to the potential resulting harm the project may have on Indiana … ›

Post-Kelo reform still blighted

Author: R. S. Radford In the 2009 volume of the Supreme Court Economic Review, Vanderbilt professor James W. Ely, Jr., takes a look at political responses to the Supreme Court’s … ›

Adieu Process: Court of Appeals favors post-hoc agency rationale over due process

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier this week, Division I of Washington’s Court of Appeals issued a decision expanding government agencies’ authority to enforce vague laws against its citizens that should … ›

Other people's money: Davenport back in state supreme court

Author: Daniel Himebaugh The Supreme Court of Washington has once again granted review in Davenport v. Washington Education Association, a case that began as a class action on behalf of … ›

60 Minutes recap

Author: Brandon Middleton Aquafornia has posted several reactions to the 60 Minutes story on California's water crisis.

High Court to Consider Government's Low Tactics

Author:  Steven Gieseler That's the title of my column posted today on the American Thinker's website.  The tactics in question are the subject of a petition to the United States Supreme … ›

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Plans Regulatory Overhaul of ESA

According to the NYT, the Fish and Wildlife Service is considering "wide-ranging revisions" to the 1973 Endangered Species Act: "Efforts to make major changes in ESA have not gone far … ›

CBS's 60 Minutes: "Why California is Running Dry"

Author: Brandon Middleton For those interested, Aquafornia has the clips of last night's 60 Minutes segment on the California water crisis.

Happy holidays to all friends of freedom!

All of us here at Pacific Legal Foundation would like to extend our sincerest wishes for a warm, relaxing, and happy holiday season to all our friends and supporters out … ›

The two big problems with the Indiana bat decision

Author: Brandon Middleton In response to a federal court's decision to halt a West Virginia wind energy project due to the potential resulting harm the project may have on Indiana … ›

Post-Kelo reform still blighted

Author: R. S. Radford In the 2009 volume of the Supreme Court Economic Review, Vanderbilt professor James W. Ely, Jr., takes a look at political responses to the Supreme Court’s … ›

Adieu Process: Court of Appeals favors post-hoc agency rationale over due process

Author: Brian T. Hodges Earlier this week, Division I of Washington’s Court of Appeals issued a decision expanding government agencies’ authority to enforce vague laws against its citizens that should … ›