The 2011 water year in a nutshell

Author: Brandon Middleton A highly informative article from The Sacramento Bee's Matt Weiser.

The 14th Amendment and the debt ceiling

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Former President Bill Clinton recently caused something of a stir by his public suggestion that President Obama could unilaterally increase the debt ceiling by invoking the … ›

NRDC attempts to silence dissent in delta smelt litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton As the delta smelt litigation proceeds in Fresno, Pacific Legal Foundation continues its fight to have the U.S. Supreme Court review the constitutionality of delta smelt water cutbacks.  … ›

Will EPA regulate forest road stormwater runoff?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this year the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, in Northwest Environmental Defense Center v. Brown, overturned the EPA's longstanding Clean Water Act regulatory exemption for stormwater … ›

Happy Birthday, Milton Friedman!

Author: Jonathan Wood Milton Friedman, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, would have turned 99 on Sunday.  Though few individuals have been as deserving of praise, Milton … ›

Growth management ruling exposes Washington’s east/west divide

Author: Brian T. Hodges Washington’s Growth Management Act (GMA) envisions a scheme where every city and county, in every nook and cranny of the state, adopts land use regulations responsive … ›

Are polar bears really drowning?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Fox News is reporting that a leading polar bear researcher—Charles Monnett—is under investigation by the US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement.  Apparently the … ›

The Title IX Blog soundly defeats a number of straw men

Author: Joshua Thompson After PLF and the American Sports Council made waves announcing their lawsuit concerning the application of sex-based quotas on American high schools, the proponents of sex-based quotas have finally … ›

Showdown at the Flower Hill Mall

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The California Coastal Commission is making a ruckus over the expansion of the Flower Hill Mall, a popular spot located just east of the Del Mar … ›

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The 2011 water year in a nutshell

Author: Brandon Middleton A highly informative article from The Sacramento Bee's Matt Weiser.

The 14th Amendment and the debt ceiling

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Former President Bill Clinton recently caused something of a stir by his public suggestion that President Obama could unilaterally increase the debt ceiling by invoking the … ›

NRDC attempts to silence dissent in delta smelt litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton As the delta smelt litigation proceeds in Fresno, Pacific Legal Foundation continues its fight to have the U.S. Supreme Court review the constitutionality of delta smelt water cutbacks.  … ›

Will EPA regulate forest road stormwater runoff?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this year the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, in Northwest Environmental Defense Center v. Brown, overturned the EPA's longstanding Clean Water Act regulatory exemption for stormwater … ›

Happy Birthday, Milton Friedman!

Author: Jonathan Wood Milton Friedman, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, would have turned 99 on Sunday.  Though few individuals have been as deserving of praise, Milton … ›

Growth management ruling exposes Washington’s east/west divide

Author: Brian T. Hodges Washington’s Growth Management Act (GMA) envisions a scheme where every city and county, in every nook and cranny of the state, adopts land use regulations responsive … ›

Are polar bears really drowning?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Fox News is reporting that a leading polar bear researcher—Charles Monnett—is under investigation by the US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement.  Apparently the … ›

The Title IX Blog soundly defeats a number of straw men

Author: Joshua Thompson After PLF and the American Sports Council made waves announcing their lawsuit concerning the application of sex-based quotas on American high schools, the proponents of sex-based quotas have finally … ›

Showdown at the Flower Hill Mall

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The California Coastal Commission is making a ruckus over the expansion of the Flower Hill Mall, a popular spot located just east of the Del Mar … ›

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The 2011 water year in a nutshell

Author: Brandon Middleton A highly informative article from The Sacramento Bee's Matt Weiser.

The 14th Amendment and the debt ceiling

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Former President Bill Clinton recently caused something of a stir by his public suggestion that President Obama could unilaterally increase the debt ceiling by invoking the … ›

NRDC attempts to silence dissent in delta smelt litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton As the delta smelt litigation proceeds in Fresno, Pacific Legal Foundation continues its fight to have the U.S. Supreme Court review the constitutionality of delta smelt water cutbacks.  … ›

Will EPA regulate forest road stormwater runoff?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this year the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, in Northwest Environmental Defense Center v. Brown, overturned the EPA's longstanding Clean Water Act regulatory exemption for stormwater … ›

Happy Birthday, Milton Friedman!

Author: Jonathan Wood Milton Friedman, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, would have turned 99 on Sunday.  Though few individuals have been as deserving of praise, Milton … ›

Growth management ruling exposes Washington’s east/west divide

Author: Brian T. Hodges Washington’s Growth Management Act (GMA) envisions a scheme where every city and county, in every nook and cranny of the state, adopts land use regulations responsive … ›

Are polar bears really drowning?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Fox News is reporting that a leading polar bear researcher—Charles Monnett—is under investigation by the US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement.  Apparently the … ›

The Title IX Blog soundly defeats a number of straw men

Author: Joshua Thompson After PLF and the American Sports Council made waves announcing their lawsuit concerning the application of sex-based quotas on American high schools, the proponents of sex-based quotas have finally … ›

Showdown at the Flower Hill Mall

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The California Coastal Commission is making a ruckus over the expansion of the Flower Hill Mall, a popular spot located just east of the Del Mar … ›

The 2011 water year in a nutshell

Author: Brandon Middleton A highly informative article from The Sacramento Bee's Matt Weiser.

The 14th Amendment and the debt ceiling

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Former President Bill Clinton recently caused something of a stir by his public suggestion that President Obama could unilaterally increase the debt ceiling by invoking the … ›

NRDC attempts to silence dissent in delta smelt litigation

Author: Brandon Middleton As the delta smelt litigation proceeds in Fresno, Pacific Legal Foundation continues its fight to have the U.S. Supreme Court review the constitutionality of delta smelt water cutbacks.  … ›

Will EPA regulate forest road stormwater runoff?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Earlier this year the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, in Northwest Environmental Defense Center v. Brown, overturned the EPA's longstanding Clean Water Act regulatory exemption for stormwater … ›

Happy Birthday, Milton Friedman!

Author: Jonathan Wood Milton Friedman, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, would have turned 99 on Sunday.  Though few individuals have been as deserving of praise, Milton … ›

Growth management ruling exposes Washington’s east/west divide

Author: Brian T. Hodges Washington’s Growth Management Act (GMA) envisions a scheme where every city and county, in every nook and cranny of the state, adopts land use regulations responsive … ›

Are polar bears really drowning?

Author:  Damien M. Schiff Fox News is reporting that a leading polar bear researcher—Charles Monnett—is under investigation by the US Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement.  Apparently the … ›

The Title IX Blog soundly defeats a number of straw men

Author: Joshua Thompson After PLF and the American Sports Council made waves announcing their lawsuit concerning the application of sex-based quotas on American high schools, the proponents of sex-based quotas have finally … ›

Showdown at the Flower Hill Mall

Author:  Damien M. Schiff The California Coastal Commission is making a ruckus over the expansion of the Flower Hill Mall, a popular spot located just east of the Del Mar … ›