Title IX compliance means less tennis for everyone

Author: Joshua Thompson The College Sports Council released a study today that links Title IX, a statute that has been applied to require "proportionality" in men and women collegiate athetics, … ›

Matt Sissel to speak on the Andy Caldwell Show

Author:  Luke A. Wake We are representing Matt Sissel in his challenge to the recently enacted health care law's mandate that every American must purchase health insurance. As we have … ›

Gutting the Scientific Review Panel?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff I've written several times here about PLF's lawsuit, Brown v. Adams, challenging the failure of a number of state officials to abide by their nominating and … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur on the Lars Larson Show Tuesday at 1:30

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be a guest on the Lars Larson radio program tomorrow at 1:30pm, to discuss my book The Right to Earn A Living: Economic Freedom And The … ›

Biodiversity: what's the big deal?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff So asks James McWilliams in a recent oped in the New York Times' Freakonomics blog.  McWilliams, a professor at Texas State University and a professed environmentalist, … ›

Global warming and the flying squirrel

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, the LA Times Greenspace blog quoted me on the Center for Biological Diversity's petition to list the San Bernardino Mountains flying squirrel.  The petition argues that … ›

Bed bugs and bureaucracy

Author: Brandon Middleton Jonathan Strong of the Daily Caller asks whether the Environmental Protection Agency is to blame for the resurgence of bed bugs: There were almost no bed bugs … ›

"If a wolf threatened Bob Rowland's cows last month, he could reach for his rifle. Now he has to reach for a telephone."

Author: Brandon Middleton Rob Chaney of The Missoulian has a nice article on litigation concerning the gray wolf and grizzly bear and the litigation's practical implications.  Related thoughts here.

The meaning of 'diversity' at American universities

Author: Brandon Middleton I came across this apt description via Instapundit: Another professor’s unpublished letter (which I verified with him; I've verified the others also) to the college president said: … ›

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Title IX compliance means less tennis for everyone

Author: Joshua Thompson The College Sports Council released a study today that links Title IX, a statute that has been applied to require "proportionality" in men and women collegiate athetics, … ›

Matt Sissel to speak on the Andy Caldwell Show

Author:  Luke A. Wake We are representing Matt Sissel in his challenge to the recently enacted health care law's mandate that every American must purchase health insurance. As we have … ›

Gutting the Scientific Review Panel?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff I've written several times here about PLF's lawsuit, Brown v. Adams, challenging the failure of a number of state officials to abide by their nominating and … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur on the Lars Larson Show Tuesday at 1:30

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be a guest on the Lars Larson radio program tomorrow at 1:30pm, to discuss my book The Right to Earn A Living: Economic Freedom And The … ›

Biodiversity: what's the big deal?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff So asks James McWilliams in a recent oped in the New York Times' Freakonomics blog.  McWilliams, a professor at Texas State University and a professed environmentalist, … ›

Global warming and the flying squirrel

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, the LA Times Greenspace blog quoted me on the Center for Biological Diversity's petition to list the San Bernardino Mountains flying squirrel.  The petition argues that … ›

Bed bugs and bureaucracy

Author: Brandon Middleton Jonathan Strong of the Daily Caller asks whether the Environmental Protection Agency is to blame for the resurgence of bed bugs: There were almost no bed bugs … ›

"If a wolf threatened Bob Rowland's cows last month, he could reach for his rifle. Now he has to reach for a telephone."

Author: Brandon Middleton Rob Chaney of The Missoulian has a nice article on litigation concerning the gray wolf and grizzly bear and the litigation's practical implications.  Related thoughts here.

The meaning of 'diversity' at American universities

Author: Brandon Middleton I came across this apt description via Instapundit: Another professor’s unpublished letter (which I verified with him; I've verified the others also) to the college president said: … ›

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Title IX compliance means less tennis for everyone

Author: Joshua Thompson The College Sports Council released a study today that links Title IX, a statute that has been applied to require "proportionality" in men and women collegiate athetics, … ›

Matt Sissel to speak on the Andy Caldwell Show

Author:  Luke A. Wake We are representing Matt Sissel in his challenge to the recently enacted health care law's mandate that every American must purchase health insurance. As we have … ›

Gutting the Scientific Review Panel?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff I've written several times here about PLF's lawsuit, Brown v. Adams, challenging the failure of a number of state officials to abide by their nominating and … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur on the Lars Larson Show Tuesday at 1:30

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be a guest on the Lars Larson radio program tomorrow at 1:30pm, to discuss my book The Right to Earn A Living: Economic Freedom And The … ›

Biodiversity: what's the big deal?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff So asks James McWilliams in a recent oped in the New York Times' Freakonomics blog.  McWilliams, a professor at Texas State University and a professed environmentalist, … ›

Global warming and the flying squirrel

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, the LA Times Greenspace blog quoted me on the Center for Biological Diversity's petition to list the San Bernardino Mountains flying squirrel.  The petition argues that … ›

Bed bugs and bureaucracy

Author: Brandon Middleton Jonathan Strong of the Daily Caller asks whether the Environmental Protection Agency is to blame for the resurgence of bed bugs: There were almost no bed bugs … ›

"If a wolf threatened Bob Rowland's cows last month, he could reach for his rifle. Now he has to reach for a telephone."

Author: Brandon Middleton Rob Chaney of The Missoulian has a nice article on litigation concerning the gray wolf and grizzly bear and the litigation's practical implications.  Related thoughts here.

The meaning of 'diversity' at American universities

Author: Brandon Middleton I came across this apt description via Instapundit: Another professor’s unpublished letter (which I verified with him; I've verified the others also) to the college president said: … ›

Title IX compliance means less tennis for everyone

Author: Joshua Thompson The College Sports Council released a study today that links Title IX, a statute that has been applied to require "proportionality" in men and women collegiate athetics, … ›

Matt Sissel to speak on the Andy Caldwell Show

Author:  Luke A. Wake We are representing Matt Sissel in his challenge to the recently enacted health care law's mandate that every American must purchase health insurance. As we have … ›

Gutting the Scientific Review Panel?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff I've written several times here about PLF's lawsuit, Brown v. Adams, challenging the failure of a number of state officials to abide by their nominating and … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur on the Lars Larson Show Tuesday at 1:30

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be a guest on the Lars Larson radio program tomorrow at 1:30pm, to discuss my book The Right to Earn A Living: Economic Freedom And The … ›

Biodiversity: what's the big deal?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff So asks James McWilliams in a recent oped in the New York Times' Freakonomics blog.  McWilliams, a professor at Texas State University and a professed environmentalist, … ›

Global warming and the flying squirrel

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Last week, the LA Times Greenspace blog quoted me on the Center for Biological Diversity's petition to list the San Bernardino Mountains flying squirrel.  The petition argues that … ›

Bed bugs and bureaucracy

Author: Brandon Middleton Jonathan Strong of the Daily Caller asks whether the Environmental Protection Agency is to blame for the resurgence of bed bugs: There were almost no bed bugs … ›

"If a wolf threatened Bob Rowland's cows last month, he could reach for his rifle. Now he has to reach for a telephone."

Author: Brandon Middleton Rob Chaney of The Missoulian has a nice article on litigation concerning the gray wolf and grizzly bear and the litigation's practical implications.  Related thoughts here.

The meaning of 'diversity' at American universities

Author: Brandon Middleton I came across this apt description via Instapundit: Another professor’s unpublished letter (which I verified with him; I've verified the others also) to the college president said: … ›