Still no IPAB nominees

The American Spectator points out that President Obama has still not nominated anyone to serve in the Independent Payment Advisory Board, the unconstitutional agency established by Obamacare to regulate Medicare … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review important property rights case

Last week, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of Wyoming landowner Marvin Brandt in his struggle to protect his land from a federal … ›

Polar bear saga continues … Part 2

Two weeks ago, we filed a petition in the D.C. Circuit Court asking the en banc court to rehear the panel decision that upheld the listing of the polar bear … ›

Obamacare “tax” still violates the Constitution

Today’s Christian Science Monitor features my article about Matt Sissel’s challenge to Obamacare. Here’s a taste: Article I, Section 7 of the Constitution says that tax bills – “all bills … ›

Solana Beach sued over coastal policies

PLF Attorneys have sued the City of Solana Beach, challenging the city’s policies that unlawfully restrict the ability of coastal landowners to use, protect, and enjoy their properties.

"Too big to fail" meets the city hiking trail

Last week a court ruled that a combination sidewalk and recreational trail in the Southern California city of Bradbury is, for public liability purposes, exclusively a recreational trail.  As a … ›

PLF sues Solana Beach over unlawful coastal policies

PLF attorneys just filed a lawsuit against the City of Solana Beach (San Diego County) over land-use regulations that threaten the right of landowners to protect, use, and enjoy their properties. … ›

Silence may be golden, but silencing Gold Dealers is not

In Ohio, you are free to buy gold without having special government permission to do so…as long as you don’t talk about it.  Once you tell others that you buy … ›

The American Spectator: is Matt Sissel Obamacare's Horatius at the bridge?

The American Spectator has an article today about our lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare on behalf of Matt Sissel. As author David Catron notes, Obamacare, “a law filled with … ›

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Still no IPAB nominees

The American Spectator points out that President Obama has still not nominated anyone to serve in the Independent Payment Advisory Board, the unconstitutional agency established by Obamacare to regulate Medicare … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review important property rights case

Last week, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of Wyoming landowner Marvin Brandt in his struggle to protect his land from a federal … ›

Polar bear saga continues … Part 2

Two weeks ago, we filed a petition in the D.C. Circuit Court asking the en banc court to rehear the panel decision that upheld the listing of the polar bear … ›

Obamacare “tax” still violates the Constitution

Today’s Christian Science Monitor features my article about Matt Sissel’s challenge to Obamacare. Here’s a taste: Article I, Section 7 of the Constitution says that tax bills – “all bills … ›

Solana Beach sued over coastal policies

PLF Attorneys have sued the City of Solana Beach, challenging the city’s policies that unlawfully restrict the ability of coastal landowners to use, protect, and enjoy their properties.

"Too big to fail" meets the city hiking trail

Last week a court ruled that a combination sidewalk and recreational trail in the Southern California city of Bradbury is, for public liability purposes, exclusively a recreational trail.  As a … ›

PLF sues Solana Beach over unlawful coastal policies

PLF attorneys just filed a lawsuit against the City of Solana Beach (San Diego County) over land-use regulations that threaten the right of landowners to protect, use, and enjoy their properties. … ›

Silence may be golden, but silencing Gold Dealers is not

In Ohio, you are free to buy gold without having special government permission to do so…as long as you don’t talk about it.  Once you tell others that you buy … ›

The American Spectator: is Matt Sissel Obamacare's Horatius at the bridge?

The American Spectator has an article today about our lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare on behalf of Matt Sissel. As author David Catron notes, Obamacare, “a law filled with … ›

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Still no IPAB nominees

The American Spectator points out that President Obama has still not nominated anyone to serve in the Independent Payment Advisory Board, the unconstitutional agency established by Obamacare to regulate Medicare … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review important property rights case

Last week, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of Wyoming landowner Marvin Brandt in his struggle to protect his land from a federal … ›

Polar bear saga continues … Part 2

Two weeks ago, we filed a petition in the D.C. Circuit Court asking the en banc court to rehear the panel decision that upheld the listing of the polar bear … ›

Obamacare “tax” still violates the Constitution

Today’s Christian Science Monitor features my article about Matt Sissel’s challenge to Obamacare. Here’s a taste: Article I, Section 7 of the Constitution says that tax bills – “all bills … ›

Solana Beach sued over coastal policies

PLF Attorneys have sued the City of Solana Beach, challenging the city’s policies that unlawfully restrict the ability of coastal landowners to use, protect, and enjoy their properties.

"Too big to fail" meets the city hiking trail

Last week a court ruled that a combination sidewalk and recreational trail in the Southern California city of Bradbury is, for public liability purposes, exclusively a recreational trail.  As a … ›

PLF sues Solana Beach over unlawful coastal policies

PLF attorneys just filed a lawsuit against the City of Solana Beach (San Diego County) over land-use regulations that threaten the right of landowners to protect, use, and enjoy their properties. … ›

Silence may be golden, but silencing Gold Dealers is not

In Ohio, you are free to buy gold without having special government permission to do so…as long as you don’t talk about it.  Once you tell others that you buy … ›

The American Spectator: is Matt Sissel Obamacare's Horatius at the bridge?

The American Spectator has an article today about our lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare on behalf of Matt Sissel. As author David Catron notes, Obamacare, “a law filled with … ›

Still no IPAB nominees

The American Spectator points out that President Obama has still not nominated anyone to serve in the Independent Payment Advisory Board, the unconstitutional agency established by Obamacare to regulate Medicare … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review important property rights case

Last week, PLF attorneys filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of Wyoming landowner Marvin Brandt in his struggle to protect his land from a federal … ›

Polar bear saga continues … Part 2

Two weeks ago, we filed a petition in the D.C. Circuit Court asking the en banc court to rehear the panel decision that upheld the listing of the polar bear … ›

Obamacare “tax” still violates the Constitution

Today’s Christian Science Monitor features my article about Matt Sissel’s challenge to Obamacare. Here’s a taste: Article I, Section 7 of the Constitution says that tax bills – “all bills … ›

Solana Beach sued over coastal policies

PLF Attorneys have sued the City of Solana Beach, challenging the city’s policies that unlawfully restrict the ability of coastal landowners to use, protect, and enjoy their properties.

"Too big to fail" meets the city hiking trail

Last week a court ruled that a combination sidewalk and recreational trail in the Southern California city of Bradbury is, for public liability purposes, exclusively a recreational trail.  As a … ›

PLF sues Solana Beach over unlawful coastal policies

PLF attorneys just filed a lawsuit against the City of Solana Beach (San Diego County) over land-use regulations that threaten the right of landowners to protect, use, and enjoy their properties. … ›

Silence may be golden, but silencing Gold Dealers is not

In Ohio, you are free to buy gold without having special government permission to do so…as long as you don’t talk about it.  Once you tell others that you buy … ›

The American Spectator: is Matt Sissel Obamacare's Horatius at the bridge?

The American Spectator has an article today about our lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare on behalf of Matt Sissel. As author David Catron notes, Obamacare, “a law filled with … ›