PLF asks Supreme Court to review Ninth Circuit’s hostility towards private sector

Author: Brandon Middleton I blogged a couple of months ago about the Kaiser Eagle Mountain case, where Kaiser (a private company) has faced an incredible amount of regulatory hurdles in … ›

CPR’s short and misleading report on the health care cases

Author: Timothy Sandefur Capital Public Radio’s John Sepulvado has a brief report here (reprinted here) about the Obamacare lawsuits that misrepresents my actual comments and inaccurately says that if Obamacare … ›

Begging for Billionaires available on Amazon

Author: Timothy Sandefur Here's a shoutout to the excellent documentary about eminent domain abuse in Missouri, Begging for Billionaires, now available on DVD on Amazon.com. An excellent holiday gift for the … ›

Mandatory health insurance lawsuits—a brief look at the other arguments

Author: Timothy Sandefur There are now 20 federal lawsuits going forward challenging the Obama Administration’s health care law—variously known as “Obamacare” or “PPACA.” Four lawsuits—one filed in Arizona, another in … ›

“The Right to Earn A Living” Midwest Tour Dec. 6-10

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be speaking at an event sponsored by Missouri’s Show Me Institute on December 6th at 6 p.m. in downtown Kansas City, Mo. I hope I’ll see some … ›

Thanksgiving: a moment of gratitude

Author: Timothy Sandefur We spend a lot of time calling attention to injustices committed by governments all across this country—taking people’s property, depriving them of economic liberty, judging them by … ›

The polar bear economic farce

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued a final critical habitat designation for the polar bear.  The designation covers over 180,000 square miles.  Yet the … ›

Second Circuit sides with PLF on speech rights in health care

Author: Timothy Sandefur The Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York issued a decision yesterday striking down a Vermont law that barred the sale of certain information to drug … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service will review four species singled out in PLF lawsuit

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Today we learned that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service–the agency in charge of administering the Endangered Species Act–will be initiating status review of four species listed … ›

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PLF asks Supreme Court to review Ninth Circuit’s hostility towards private sector

Author: Brandon Middleton I blogged a couple of months ago about the Kaiser Eagle Mountain case, where Kaiser (a private company) has faced an incredible amount of regulatory hurdles in … ›

CPR’s short and misleading report on the health care cases

Author: Timothy Sandefur Capital Public Radio’s John Sepulvado has a brief report here (reprinted here) about the Obamacare lawsuits that misrepresents my actual comments and inaccurately says that if Obamacare … ›

Begging for Billionaires available on Amazon

Author: Timothy Sandefur Here's a shoutout to the excellent documentary about eminent domain abuse in Missouri, Begging for Billionaires, now available on DVD on Amazon.com. An excellent holiday gift for the … ›

Mandatory health insurance lawsuits—a brief look at the other arguments

Author: Timothy Sandefur There are now 20 federal lawsuits going forward challenging the Obama Administration’s health care law—variously known as “Obamacare” or “PPACA.” Four lawsuits—one filed in Arizona, another in … ›

“The Right to Earn A Living” Midwest Tour Dec. 6-10

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be speaking at an event sponsored by Missouri’s Show Me Institute on December 6th at 6 p.m. in downtown Kansas City, Mo. I hope I’ll see some … ›

Thanksgiving: a moment of gratitude

Author: Timothy Sandefur We spend a lot of time calling attention to injustices committed by governments all across this country—taking people’s property, depriving them of economic liberty, judging them by … ›

The polar bear economic farce

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued a final critical habitat designation for the polar bear.  The designation covers over 180,000 square miles.  Yet the … ›

Second Circuit sides with PLF on speech rights in health care

Author: Timothy Sandefur The Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York issued a decision yesterday striking down a Vermont law that barred the sale of certain information to drug … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service will review four species singled out in PLF lawsuit

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Today we learned that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service–the agency in charge of administering the Endangered Species Act–will be initiating status review of four species listed … ›

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PLF asks Supreme Court to review Ninth Circuit’s hostility towards private sector

Author: Brandon Middleton I blogged a couple of months ago about the Kaiser Eagle Mountain case, where Kaiser (a private company) has faced an incredible amount of regulatory hurdles in … ›

CPR’s short and misleading report on the health care cases

Author: Timothy Sandefur Capital Public Radio’s John Sepulvado has a brief report here (reprinted here) about the Obamacare lawsuits that misrepresents my actual comments and inaccurately says that if Obamacare … ›

Begging for Billionaires available on Amazon

Author: Timothy Sandefur Here's a shoutout to the excellent documentary about eminent domain abuse in Missouri, Begging for Billionaires, now available on DVD on Amazon.com. An excellent holiday gift for the … ›

Mandatory health insurance lawsuits—a brief look at the other arguments

Author: Timothy Sandefur There are now 20 federal lawsuits going forward challenging the Obama Administration’s health care law—variously known as “Obamacare” or “PPACA.” Four lawsuits—one filed in Arizona, another in … ›

“The Right to Earn A Living” Midwest Tour Dec. 6-10

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be speaking at an event sponsored by Missouri’s Show Me Institute on December 6th at 6 p.m. in downtown Kansas City, Mo. I hope I’ll see some … ›

Thanksgiving: a moment of gratitude

Author: Timothy Sandefur We spend a lot of time calling attention to injustices committed by governments all across this country—taking people’s property, depriving them of economic liberty, judging them by … ›

The polar bear economic farce

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued a final critical habitat designation for the polar bear.  The designation covers over 180,000 square miles.  Yet the … ›

Second Circuit sides with PLF on speech rights in health care

Author: Timothy Sandefur The Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York issued a decision yesterday striking down a Vermont law that barred the sale of certain information to drug … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service will review four species singled out in PLF lawsuit

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Today we learned that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service–the agency in charge of administering the Endangered Species Act–will be initiating status review of four species listed … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review Ninth Circuit’s hostility towards private sector

Author: Brandon Middleton I blogged a couple of months ago about the Kaiser Eagle Mountain case, where Kaiser (a private company) has faced an incredible amount of regulatory hurdles in … ›

CPR’s short and misleading report on the health care cases

Author: Timothy Sandefur Capital Public Radio’s John Sepulvado has a brief report here (reprinted here) about the Obamacare lawsuits that misrepresents my actual comments and inaccurately says that if Obamacare … ›

Begging for Billionaires available on Amazon

Author: Timothy Sandefur Here's a shoutout to the excellent documentary about eminent domain abuse in Missouri, Begging for Billionaires, now available on DVD on Amazon.com. An excellent holiday gift for the … ›

Mandatory health insurance lawsuits—a brief look at the other arguments

Author: Timothy Sandefur There are now 20 federal lawsuits going forward challenging the Obama Administration’s health care law—variously known as “Obamacare” or “PPACA.” Four lawsuits—one filed in Arizona, another in … ›

“The Right to Earn A Living” Midwest Tour Dec. 6-10

Author: Timothy Sandefur I’ll be speaking at an event sponsored by Missouri’s Show Me Institute on December 6th at 6 p.m. in downtown Kansas City, Mo. I hope I’ll see some … ›

Thanksgiving: a moment of gratitude

Author: Timothy Sandefur We spend a lot of time calling attention to injustices committed by governments all across this country—taking people’s property, depriving them of economic liberty, judging them by … ›

The polar bear economic farce

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued a final critical habitat designation for the polar bear.  The designation covers over 180,000 square miles.  Yet the … ›

Second Circuit sides with PLF on speech rights in health care

Author: Timothy Sandefur The Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York issued a decision yesterday striking down a Vermont law that barred the sale of certain information to drug … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service will review four species singled out in PLF lawsuit

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Today we learned that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service–the agency in charge of administering the Endangered Species Act–will be initiating status review of four species listed … ›