Pesticide limits due to the Endangered Species Act: California today, your backyard tomorrow?

Author: Brandon Middleton It looks like the pesticide industry is quite concerned with an injunction that restricts the use of numerous pesticides in California for the benefit of endangered species.  … ›

Title IX Sexual Parity: Why Stop at Sports?

Author:  Anne Hayes As we have discussed in previous blogs, the National Women's Law Center (NWLC) has been very active lately, attempting to force high schools to adopt sex quotas for … ›

"CliffsNotes" on polar bear hearing

Author: Reed Hopper In May, 2008, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the polar bear as a "threatened" species under the Endangered Species Act.  This resulted in a number … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur talks eminent domain abuse with San Diego's Chris Reed

Author: Timothy Sandefur I'll be joining Chris Reed on San Diego's KOGO AM 600 tonight at 7:30 to discuss the abuse of eminent domain in California. You can listen online … ›

Glendale property owner sells under threat of eminent domain

Author: Timothy Sandefur Glendale businessman Ray Patel has decided to sell the Golden Key Hotel to developer Rick Caruso, builder of the Americana at Brand megamall. Two weeks ago, I … ›

Randy Barnett on abolitionist constitutionalism

Author: Timothy Sandefur Prof. Randy Barnett has posted a revised version of his paper, "Whence Comes Section One?" on the net, along with some videos of him presenting the paper. … ›

On the “move” for economic liberty nationwide!

Author: Timothy Sandefur I was in Jefferson City Tuesday to testify before a committee of the state House of Representatives about a bill to repeal Missouri’s anti-competitive licensing requirement for … ›

Discussing Wisconsin with Armstrong & Getty

Author: Joshua Thompson I appeared on the Armstrong & Getty show yesterday.  The discussion focused on the collective bargaining issues facing the Badger State.  You can listen here.  My portion … ›

Never give up

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week saw a disappointment and a new chance.  On Tuesday, the Supreme Court denied our cert petition in Home Builders Association of Northern California v. … ›

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Pesticide limits due to the Endangered Species Act: California today, your backyard tomorrow?

Author: Brandon Middleton It looks like the pesticide industry is quite concerned with an injunction that restricts the use of numerous pesticides in California for the benefit of endangered species.  … ›

Title IX Sexual Parity: Why Stop at Sports?

Author:  Anne Hayes As we have discussed in previous blogs, the National Women's Law Center (NWLC) has been very active lately, attempting to force high schools to adopt sex quotas for … ›

"CliffsNotes" on polar bear hearing

Author: Reed Hopper In May, 2008, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the polar bear as a "threatened" species under the Endangered Species Act.  This resulted in a number … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur talks eminent domain abuse with San Diego's Chris Reed

Author: Timothy Sandefur I'll be joining Chris Reed on San Diego's KOGO AM 600 tonight at 7:30 to discuss the abuse of eminent domain in California. You can listen online … ›

Glendale property owner sells under threat of eminent domain

Author: Timothy Sandefur Glendale businessman Ray Patel has decided to sell the Golden Key Hotel to developer Rick Caruso, builder of the Americana at Brand megamall. Two weeks ago, I … ›

Randy Barnett on abolitionist constitutionalism

Author: Timothy Sandefur Prof. Randy Barnett has posted a revised version of his paper, "Whence Comes Section One?" on the net, along with some videos of him presenting the paper. … ›

On the “move” for economic liberty nationwide!

Author: Timothy Sandefur I was in Jefferson City Tuesday to testify before a committee of the state House of Representatives about a bill to repeal Missouri’s anti-competitive licensing requirement for … ›

Discussing Wisconsin with Armstrong & Getty

Author: Joshua Thompson I appeared on the Armstrong & Getty show yesterday.  The discussion focused on the collective bargaining issues facing the Badger State.  You can listen here.  My portion … ›

Never give up

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week saw a disappointment and a new chance.  On Tuesday, the Supreme Court denied our cert petition in Home Builders Association of Northern California v. … ›

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Pesticide limits due to the Endangered Species Act: California today, your backyard tomorrow?

Author: Brandon Middleton It looks like the pesticide industry is quite concerned with an injunction that restricts the use of numerous pesticides in California for the benefit of endangered species.  … ›

Title IX Sexual Parity: Why Stop at Sports?

Author:  Anne Hayes As we have discussed in previous blogs, the National Women's Law Center (NWLC) has been very active lately, attempting to force high schools to adopt sex quotas for … ›

"CliffsNotes" on polar bear hearing

Author: Reed Hopper In May, 2008, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the polar bear as a "threatened" species under the Endangered Species Act.  This resulted in a number … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur talks eminent domain abuse with San Diego's Chris Reed

Author: Timothy Sandefur I'll be joining Chris Reed on San Diego's KOGO AM 600 tonight at 7:30 to discuss the abuse of eminent domain in California. You can listen online … ›

Glendale property owner sells under threat of eminent domain

Author: Timothy Sandefur Glendale businessman Ray Patel has decided to sell the Golden Key Hotel to developer Rick Caruso, builder of the Americana at Brand megamall. Two weeks ago, I … ›

Randy Barnett on abolitionist constitutionalism

Author: Timothy Sandefur Prof. Randy Barnett has posted a revised version of his paper, "Whence Comes Section One?" on the net, along with some videos of him presenting the paper. … ›

On the “move” for economic liberty nationwide!

Author: Timothy Sandefur I was in Jefferson City Tuesday to testify before a committee of the state House of Representatives about a bill to repeal Missouri’s anti-competitive licensing requirement for … ›

Discussing Wisconsin with Armstrong & Getty

Author: Joshua Thompson I appeared on the Armstrong & Getty show yesterday.  The discussion focused on the collective bargaining issues facing the Badger State.  You can listen here.  My portion … ›

Never give up

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week saw a disappointment and a new chance.  On Tuesday, the Supreme Court denied our cert petition in Home Builders Association of Northern California v. … ›

Pesticide limits due to the Endangered Species Act: California today, your backyard tomorrow?

Author: Brandon Middleton It looks like the pesticide industry is quite concerned with an injunction that restricts the use of numerous pesticides in California for the benefit of endangered species.  … ›

Title IX Sexual Parity: Why Stop at Sports?

Author:  Anne Hayes As we have discussed in previous blogs, the National Women's Law Center (NWLC) has been very active lately, attempting to force high schools to adopt sex quotas for … ›

"CliffsNotes" on polar bear hearing

Author: Reed Hopper In May, 2008, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the polar bear as a "threatened" species under the Endangered Species Act.  This resulted in a number … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur talks eminent domain abuse with San Diego's Chris Reed

Author: Timothy Sandefur I'll be joining Chris Reed on San Diego's KOGO AM 600 tonight at 7:30 to discuss the abuse of eminent domain in California. You can listen online … ›

Glendale property owner sells under threat of eminent domain

Author: Timothy Sandefur Glendale businessman Ray Patel has decided to sell the Golden Key Hotel to developer Rick Caruso, builder of the Americana at Brand megamall. Two weeks ago, I … ›

Randy Barnett on abolitionist constitutionalism

Author: Timothy Sandefur Prof. Randy Barnett has posted a revised version of his paper, "Whence Comes Section One?" on the net, along with some videos of him presenting the paper. … ›

On the “move” for economic liberty nationwide!

Author: Timothy Sandefur I was in Jefferson City Tuesday to testify before a committee of the state House of Representatives about a bill to repeal Missouri’s anti-competitive licensing requirement for … ›

Discussing Wisconsin with Armstrong & Getty

Author: Joshua Thompson I appeared on the Armstrong & Getty show yesterday.  The discussion focused on the collective bargaining issues facing the Badger State.  You can listen here.  My portion … ›

Never give up

Author:  Damien M. Schiff This week saw a disappointment and a new chance.  On Tuesday, the Supreme Court denied our cert petition in Home Builders Association of Northern California v. … ›