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A whirlwind of unexpected twists in the Hurricane Katrina global warming suit

Author:  Luke A. Wake Recently I posted on our filing in Comer v. Murphy Oil - a case that environmentalists hoped would open the floodgates for suits against large corporations as … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur to talk about worm droppings on the radio tonight

Author: Timothy Sandefur Tonight, at 7:30 Pacific, I'll be talking with KOGO's Chris Reed about the case of George Hahn, the southern California entrepreneur whose fertilizer, Worm Gold, has been declared … ›

Favorable ruling in the Delta smelt case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday evening, the court issued its ruling on the preliminary injunction motion filed in the Delta smelt consolidated cases.  Below is a quick resume of the … ›

Columbia University's eminent domain case

Author: Timothy Sandefur Damon Root at Reason magazine has a story about the Columbia University eminent domain case. (That case is scheduled for oral argument before New York's highest court … ›

Environmental regulation: a threat to national security

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today's Vancouver Sun has this article about a recent statement from a group of Republican lawmakers charging that environmental regulations, including those for the grizzly bear, … ›

Making the case for freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur Steven Horwitz has an excellent series of brief blog posts (1, 2, 3) on how to make the argument for liberty–and how to avoid common pitfalls. Highly recommended.

Tide turns for victims of regulatory drought: government errors continue to mount; PLF appeals delta smelt regulations to 9th Circuit

Author: Brandon Middleton The last couple of weeks has seen good news for Californians who have lost water and jobs as a result of the Endangered Species Act. But leave … ›

The California Coastal Commission: the real nuisance

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week, the City of Dana Point filed suit against the California Coastal Commission, alleging that the Commission has illegally asserted jurisdiction over the City's nuisance … ›

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A whirlwind of unexpected twists in the Hurricane Katrina global warming suit

Author:  Luke A. Wake Recently I posted on our filing in Comer v. Murphy Oil - a case that environmentalists hoped would open the floodgates for suits against large corporations as … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur to talk about worm droppings on the radio tonight

Author: Timothy Sandefur Tonight, at 7:30 Pacific, I'll be talking with KOGO's Chris Reed about the case of George Hahn, the southern California entrepreneur whose fertilizer, Worm Gold, has been declared … ›

Favorable ruling in the Delta smelt case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday evening, the court issued its ruling on the preliminary injunction motion filed in the Delta smelt consolidated cases.  Below is a quick resume of the … ›

Columbia University's eminent domain case

Author: Timothy Sandefur Damon Root at Reason magazine has a story about the Columbia University eminent domain case. (That case is scheduled for oral argument before New York's highest court … ›

Environmental regulation: a threat to national security

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today's Vancouver Sun has this article about a recent statement from a group of Republican lawmakers charging that environmental regulations, including those for the grizzly bear, … ›

Making the case for freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur Steven Horwitz has an excellent series of brief blog posts (1, 2, 3) on how to make the argument for liberty–and how to avoid common pitfalls. Highly recommended.

Tide turns for victims of regulatory drought: government errors continue to mount; PLF appeals delta smelt regulations to 9th Circuit

Author: Brandon Middleton The last couple of weeks has seen good news for Californians who have lost water and jobs as a result of the Endangered Species Act. But leave … ›

The California Coastal Commission: the real nuisance

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week, the City of Dana Point filed suit against the California Coastal Commission, alleging that the Commission has illegally asserted jurisdiction over the City's nuisance … ›

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Enter PLF's "Fly the Flag" Contest!

A whirlwind of unexpected twists in the Hurricane Katrina global warming suit

Author:  Luke A. Wake Recently I posted on our filing in Comer v. Murphy Oil - a case that environmentalists hoped would open the floodgates for suits against large corporations as … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur to talk about worm droppings on the radio tonight

Author: Timothy Sandefur Tonight, at 7:30 Pacific, I'll be talking with KOGO's Chris Reed about the case of George Hahn, the southern California entrepreneur whose fertilizer, Worm Gold, has been declared … ›

Favorable ruling in the Delta smelt case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday evening, the court issued its ruling on the preliminary injunction motion filed in the Delta smelt consolidated cases.  Below is a quick resume of the … ›

Columbia University's eminent domain case

Author: Timothy Sandefur Damon Root at Reason magazine has a story about the Columbia University eminent domain case. (That case is scheduled for oral argument before New York's highest court … ›

Environmental regulation: a threat to national security

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today's Vancouver Sun has this article about a recent statement from a group of Republican lawmakers charging that environmental regulations, including those for the grizzly bear, … ›

Making the case for freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur Steven Horwitz has an excellent series of brief blog posts (1, 2, 3) on how to make the argument for liberty–and how to avoid common pitfalls. Highly recommended.

Tide turns for victims of regulatory drought: government errors continue to mount; PLF appeals delta smelt regulations to 9th Circuit

Author: Brandon Middleton The last couple of weeks has seen good news for Californians who have lost water and jobs as a result of the Endangered Species Act. But leave … ›

The California Coastal Commission: the real nuisance

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week, the City of Dana Point filed suit against the California Coastal Commission, alleging that the Commission has illegally asserted jurisdiction over the City's nuisance … ›

Enter PLF's "Fly the Flag" Contest!

A whirlwind of unexpected twists in the Hurricane Katrina global warming suit

Author:  Luke A. Wake Recently I posted on our filing in Comer v. Murphy Oil - a case that environmentalists hoped would open the floodgates for suits against large corporations as … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur to talk about worm droppings on the radio tonight

Author: Timothy Sandefur Tonight, at 7:30 Pacific, I'll be talking with KOGO's Chris Reed about the case of George Hahn, the southern California entrepreneur whose fertilizer, Worm Gold, has been declared … ›

Favorable ruling in the Delta smelt case

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Yesterday evening, the court issued its ruling on the preliminary injunction motion filed in the Delta smelt consolidated cases.  Below is a quick resume of the … ›

Columbia University's eminent domain case

Author: Timothy Sandefur Damon Root at Reason magazine has a story about the Columbia University eminent domain case. (That case is scheduled for oral argument before New York's highest court … ›

Environmental regulation: a threat to national security

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today's Vancouver Sun has this article about a recent statement from a group of Republican lawmakers charging that environmental regulations, including those for the grizzly bear, … ›

Making the case for freedom

Author: Timothy Sandefur Steven Horwitz has an excellent series of brief blog posts (1, 2, 3) on how to make the argument for liberty–and how to avoid common pitfalls. Highly recommended.

Tide turns for victims of regulatory drought: government errors continue to mount; PLF appeals delta smelt regulations to 9th Circuit

Author: Brandon Middleton The last couple of weeks has seen good news for Californians who have lost water and jobs as a result of the Endangered Species Act. But leave … ›

The California Coastal Commission: the real nuisance

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week, the City of Dana Point filed suit against the California Coastal Commission, alleging that the Commission has illegally asserted jurisdiction over the City's nuisance … ›