Revive 'privileges or immunities'

Author: Timothy Sandefur The National Law Journal has published my editorial on McDonald v. Chicago, just in time for the oral arguments on Tuesday. Excerpt: One of the biggest cases … ›

Coastal Commission Arguments

Author:  Paul Beard Last week, the California Court of Appeal in Orange County heard argument in McNamee v. California Coastal Commission, with a decision expected in the next 90 days … ›

Preparing for the McDonald oral argument

Author: Timothy Sandefur The U.S. Supreme Court will be hearing arguments on Tuesday in the case of McDonald v. Chicago, a crucial case about constitutional protections for Americans' right to … ›

The "race" for stimulus money

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was signed into law by President Obama just over a year ago, on February 17, 2009.  The Recovery Act distributes … ›

Washington beats Supreme Court to the draw on Second Amendment

Author: Daniel Himebaugh McDonald v. Chicago could be one of the most important U.S. Supreme Court decisions this term because it will determine whether the Second Amendment applies to the … ›

PLF clients to appear on Fox News

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF Clients George and Sharlee McNamee will appear on the show Fox & Friends tomorrow morning, February 24, at 5:44 a.m., PST.  The McNamees own a beachfront home along … ›

Defending School Choice

Author: Joshua Thompson Over at Redcounty.com, Senator Bob Huff has a great defense of the District of Choice program.  He writes: "The District of Choice program infuses free market principles … ›

When the stakes are high, the L.A. Times ignores the problem

Author: Brandon Middleton According to the Los Angeles Times, the regulatory drought isn't a crisis worth solving: Though the west valley's farms are important to the state's economy, they are … ›

Lewis v. Chicago: Chicago Fire Department douses claims of discrimination

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument today in Lewis v. City of Chicago. In this case, African-American fire department applicants sued the City of … ›

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Revive 'privileges or immunities'

Author: Timothy Sandefur The National Law Journal has published my editorial on McDonald v. Chicago, just in time for the oral arguments on Tuesday. Excerpt: One of the biggest cases … ›

Coastal Commission Arguments

Author:  Paul Beard Last week, the California Court of Appeal in Orange County heard argument in McNamee v. California Coastal Commission, with a decision expected in the next 90 days … ›

Preparing for the McDonald oral argument

Author: Timothy Sandefur The U.S. Supreme Court will be hearing arguments on Tuesday in the case of McDonald v. Chicago, a crucial case about constitutional protections for Americans' right to … ›

The "race" for stimulus money

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was signed into law by President Obama just over a year ago, on February 17, 2009.  The Recovery Act distributes … ›

Washington beats Supreme Court to the draw on Second Amendment

Author: Daniel Himebaugh McDonald v. Chicago could be one of the most important U.S. Supreme Court decisions this term because it will determine whether the Second Amendment applies to the … ›

PLF clients to appear on Fox News

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF Clients George and Sharlee McNamee will appear on the show Fox & Friends tomorrow morning, February 24, at 5:44 a.m., PST.  The McNamees own a beachfront home along … ›

Defending School Choice

Author: Joshua Thompson Over at Redcounty.com, Senator Bob Huff has a great defense of the District of Choice program.  He writes: "The District of Choice program infuses free market principles … ›

When the stakes are high, the L.A. Times ignores the problem

Author: Brandon Middleton According to the Los Angeles Times, the regulatory drought isn't a crisis worth solving: Though the west valley's farms are important to the state's economy, they are … ›

Lewis v. Chicago: Chicago Fire Department douses claims of discrimination

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument today in Lewis v. City of Chicago. In this case, African-American fire department applicants sued the City of … ›

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Revive 'privileges or immunities'

Author: Timothy Sandefur The National Law Journal has published my editorial on McDonald v. Chicago, just in time for the oral arguments on Tuesday. Excerpt: One of the biggest cases … ›

Coastal Commission Arguments

Author:  Paul Beard Last week, the California Court of Appeal in Orange County heard argument in McNamee v. California Coastal Commission, with a decision expected in the next 90 days … ›

Preparing for the McDonald oral argument

Author: Timothy Sandefur The U.S. Supreme Court will be hearing arguments on Tuesday in the case of McDonald v. Chicago, a crucial case about constitutional protections for Americans' right to … ›

The "race" for stimulus money

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was signed into law by President Obama just over a year ago, on February 17, 2009.  The Recovery Act distributes … ›

Washington beats Supreme Court to the draw on Second Amendment

Author: Daniel Himebaugh McDonald v. Chicago could be one of the most important U.S. Supreme Court decisions this term because it will determine whether the Second Amendment applies to the … ›

PLF clients to appear on Fox News

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF Clients George and Sharlee McNamee will appear on the show Fox & Friends tomorrow morning, February 24, at 5:44 a.m., PST.  The McNamees own a beachfront home along … ›

Defending School Choice

Author: Joshua Thompson Over at Redcounty.com, Senator Bob Huff has a great defense of the District of Choice program.  He writes: "The District of Choice program infuses free market principles … ›

When the stakes are high, the L.A. Times ignores the problem

Author: Brandon Middleton According to the Los Angeles Times, the regulatory drought isn't a crisis worth solving: Though the west valley's farms are important to the state's economy, they are … ›

Lewis v. Chicago: Chicago Fire Department douses claims of discrimination

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument today in Lewis v. City of Chicago. In this case, African-American fire department applicants sued the City of … ›

Revive 'privileges or immunities'

Author: Timothy Sandefur The National Law Journal has published my editorial on McDonald v. Chicago, just in time for the oral arguments on Tuesday. Excerpt: One of the biggest cases … ›

Coastal Commission Arguments

Author:  Paul Beard Last week, the California Court of Appeal in Orange County heard argument in McNamee v. California Coastal Commission, with a decision expected in the next 90 days … ›

Preparing for the McDonald oral argument

Author: Timothy Sandefur The U.S. Supreme Court will be hearing arguments on Tuesday in the case of McDonald v. Chicago, a crucial case about constitutional protections for Americans' right to … ›

The "race" for stimulus money

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was signed into law by President Obama just over a year ago, on February 17, 2009.  The Recovery Act distributes … ›

Washington beats Supreme Court to the draw on Second Amendment

Author: Daniel Himebaugh McDonald v. Chicago could be one of the most important U.S. Supreme Court decisions this term because it will determine whether the Second Amendment applies to the … ›

PLF clients to appear on Fox News

Author: Joshua Thompson PLF Clients George and Sharlee McNamee will appear on the show Fox & Friends tomorrow morning, February 24, at 5:44 a.m., PST.  The McNamees own a beachfront home along … ›

Defending School Choice

Author: Joshua Thompson Over at Redcounty.com, Senator Bob Huff has a great defense of the District of Choice program.  He writes: "The District of Choice program infuses free market principles … ›

When the stakes are high, the L.A. Times ignores the problem

Author: Brandon Middleton According to the Los Angeles Times, the regulatory drought isn't a crisis worth solving: Though the west valley's farms are important to the state's economy, they are … ›

Lewis v. Chicago: Chicago Fire Department douses claims of discrimination

Author: Ralph W. Kasarda The United States Supreme Court heard oral argument today in Lewis v. City of Chicago. In this case, African-American fire department applicants sued the City of … ›