Colorado Supreme Court finds Scholarship Program unconstitutional

In March 2011, the Douglas County School Board became the first school board in the nation to adopt a private school choice program.  The Douglas County Choice Scholarship Program (CSP) … ›

A modest proposal

What if we, the people, were to ask federal administrative agencies to respond in a timely manner to requests made under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)?  The current denizens of the … ›

Should unions be able to force you to subsidize their speech?

Join me tomorrow at 9am Pacific on KQED radio as we discuss the upcoming Supreme Court case of Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.

Supreme Court roundup

Last week I talked with Armstrong and Getty, Joe Messina, Tom Sullivan, and Mike Slater about the Supreme Court’s last batch of decisions. Click on the links to listen if … ›

Supreme Court to review public employee unions’ ability to garnish wages

The California Teachers Association—one of the most politically powerful groups in the state—may have to start funding its political campaigns with the money of only those teachers who actually support … ›

Long-awaited Clean Water Act rule published

The final rule redefining “waters of the United States,” subject to federal control under the Clean Water Act, was published today in the Federal Register.  According to the rule, it … ›

It is almost never “rational, never mind ‘appropriate’” to ignore regulatory costs

Today’s Supreme Court decision in Michigan, et al. v. EPA (consolidated with Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA and National Mining Assoc. v. EPA) invalidated EPA’s regulation on electric power … ›

Supreme Court agrees to review Univ of Texas racial preferences – again

It has been a long road for Abigail Fisher, but she will have her day once again in the Supreme Court of the United States.  Two years ago the Court rightly … ›

President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›

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Colorado Supreme Court finds Scholarship Program unconstitutional

In March 2011, the Douglas County School Board became the first school board in the nation to adopt a private school choice program.  The Douglas County Choice Scholarship Program (CSP) … ›

A modest proposal

What if we, the people, were to ask federal administrative agencies to respond in a timely manner to requests made under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)?  The current denizens of the … ›

Should unions be able to force you to subsidize their speech?

Join me tomorrow at 9am Pacific on KQED radio as we discuss the upcoming Supreme Court case of Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.

Supreme Court roundup

Last week I talked with Armstrong and Getty, Joe Messina, Tom Sullivan, and Mike Slater about the Supreme Court’s last batch of decisions. Click on the links to listen if … ›

Supreme Court to review public employee unions’ ability to garnish wages

The California Teachers Association—one of the most politically powerful groups in the state—may have to start funding its political campaigns with the money of only those teachers who actually support … ›

Long-awaited Clean Water Act rule published

The final rule redefining “waters of the United States,” subject to federal control under the Clean Water Act, was published today in the Federal Register.  According to the rule, it … ›

It is almost never “rational, never mind ‘appropriate’” to ignore regulatory costs

Today’s Supreme Court decision in Michigan, et al. v. EPA (consolidated with Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA and National Mining Assoc. v. EPA) invalidated EPA’s regulation on electric power … ›

Supreme Court agrees to review Univ of Texas racial preferences – again

It has been a long road for Abigail Fisher, but she will have her day once again in the Supreme Court of the United States.  Two years ago the Court rightly … ›

President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›

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Colorado Supreme Court finds Scholarship Program unconstitutional

In March 2011, the Douglas County School Board became the first school board in the nation to adopt a private school choice program.  The Douglas County Choice Scholarship Program (CSP) … ›

A modest proposal

What if we, the people, were to ask federal administrative agencies to respond in a timely manner to requests made under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)?  The current denizens of the … ›

Should unions be able to force you to subsidize their speech?

Join me tomorrow at 9am Pacific on KQED radio as we discuss the upcoming Supreme Court case of Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.

Supreme Court roundup

Last week I talked with Armstrong and Getty, Joe Messina, Tom Sullivan, and Mike Slater about the Supreme Court’s last batch of decisions. Click on the links to listen if … ›

Supreme Court to review public employee unions’ ability to garnish wages

The California Teachers Association—one of the most politically powerful groups in the state—may have to start funding its political campaigns with the money of only those teachers who actually support … ›

Long-awaited Clean Water Act rule published

The final rule redefining “waters of the United States,” subject to federal control under the Clean Water Act, was published today in the Federal Register.  According to the rule, it … ›

It is almost never “rational, never mind ‘appropriate’” to ignore regulatory costs

Today’s Supreme Court decision in Michigan, et al. v. EPA (consolidated with Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA and National Mining Assoc. v. EPA) invalidated EPA’s regulation on electric power … ›

Supreme Court agrees to review Univ of Texas racial preferences – again

It has been a long road for Abigail Fisher, but she will have her day once again in the Supreme Court of the United States.  Two years ago the Court rightly … ›

President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›

Colorado Supreme Court finds Scholarship Program unconstitutional

In March 2011, the Douglas County School Board became the first school board in the nation to adopt a private school choice program.  The Douglas County Choice Scholarship Program (CSP) … ›

A modest proposal

What if we, the people, were to ask federal administrative agencies to respond in a timely manner to requests made under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)?  The current denizens of the … ›

Should unions be able to force you to subsidize their speech?

Join me tomorrow at 9am Pacific on KQED radio as we discuss the upcoming Supreme Court case of Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association.

Supreme Court roundup

Last week I talked with Armstrong and Getty, Joe Messina, Tom Sullivan, and Mike Slater about the Supreme Court’s last batch of decisions. Click on the links to listen if … ›

Supreme Court to review public employee unions’ ability to garnish wages

The California Teachers Association—one of the most politically powerful groups in the state—may have to start funding its political campaigns with the money of only those teachers who actually support … ›

Long-awaited Clean Water Act rule published

The final rule redefining “waters of the United States,” subject to federal control under the Clean Water Act, was published today in the Federal Register.  According to the rule, it … ›

It is almost never “rational, never mind ‘appropriate’” to ignore regulatory costs

Today’s Supreme Court decision in Michigan, et al. v. EPA (consolidated with Utility Air Regulatory Group v. EPA and National Mining Assoc. v. EPA) invalidated EPA’s regulation on electric power … ›

Supreme Court agrees to review Univ of Texas racial preferences – again

It has been a long road for Abigail Fisher, but she will have her day once again in the Supreme Court of the United States.  Two years ago the Court rightly … ›

President's weekly report — June 26, 2015

The physical invasion of the raisin snatchers — a property rights victory at the Supreme Court  In a week marked by several major Supreme Court decisions that were quite disappointing to advocates of … ›