A year of victories for liberty

This weeks Courting Liberty podcast provides a summary of major PLF cases in 2015 for economic liberty, free speech, and property rights. It was certainly a year to remember for … ›

PLF's Sandefur, Wood, and Thompson on property, race, and economic liberty

I guest-hosted a show on KFMB radio in San Diego last week, and discussed many of the cases PLF’s litigating in defense of private property rights, racial equality, and sensible … ›

An inside look at Fisher

There’s a new book out on Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor.  I have not read the book, but PLF friend Josh Blackman has the scoop on an interesting story about the Fisher decision in … ›

City of Tulsa stuns residents by proclaiming it will follow the law – really

It must come as welcome news to Tulsa residents to learn that their city officials have finally decided to obey the Oklahoma Constitution.  In November 2012, Oklahoma voters passed an initiative that … ›

California insists “race” is a qualification for public office

California voters hoping to serve on the next Citizens Redistricting Commission better make sure they’re a member of the right “race” when they apply.  Forget the Fourteenth Amendment.  A California … ›

Schools illegally suspended students to comply with feds' disparate-impact mandate?

A few months ago, I wrote about the Obama Administration’s announcement that it would apply disparate-impact theory to schools’ discipline policies. According to the Administration, a school presumably violates multiple … ›

Racial preferences are set for extinction

Over the past year, advocates of racial preferences have suffered so many setbacks that racial preferences are becoming extinct.

PLF's Joshua Thompson on NPR to discuss Schuette

This morning I appeared on NPR’s On Point to discuss the Supreme Court’s decision in Schuette.  Taking the opposite view and debating me on the case was Columbia Law Professor Theodore Shaw. … ›

Schuette victory: The Breyer concurrence

Yesterday I discussed Kennedy’s lead opinion in Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action as well as Justice Scalia’s concurring opinion.  Justice Breyer also voted to uphold Proposal 2, although his … ›

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A year of victories for liberty

This weeks Courting Liberty podcast provides a summary of major PLF cases in 2015 for economic liberty, free speech, and property rights. It was certainly a year to remember for … ›

PLF's Sandefur, Wood, and Thompson on property, race, and economic liberty

I guest-hosted a show on KFMB radio in San Diego last week, and discussed many of the cases PLF’s litigating in defense of private property rights, racial equality, and sensible … ›

An inside look at Fisher

There’s a new book out on Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor.  I have not read the book, but PLF friend Josh Blackman has the scoop on an interesting story about the Fisher decision in … ›

City of Tulsa stuns residents by proclaiming it will follow the law – really

It must come as welcome news to Tulsa residents to learn that their city officials have finally decided to obey the Oklahoma Constitution.  In November 2012, Oklahoma voters passed an initiative that … ›

California insists “race” is a qualification for public office

California voters hoping to serve on the next Citizens Redistricting Commission better make sure they’re a member of the right “race” when they apply.  Forget the Fourteenth Amendment.  A California … ›

Schools illegally suspended students to comply with feds' disparate-impact mandate?

A few months ago, I wrote about the Obama Administration’s announcement that it would apply disparate-impact theory to schools’ discipline policies. According to the Administration, a school presumably violates multiple … ›

Racial preferences are set for extinction

Over the past year, advocates of racial preferences have suffered so many setbacks that racial preferences are becoming extinct.

PLF's Joshua Thompson on NPR to discuss Schuette

This morning I appeared on NPR’s On Point to discuss the Supreme Court’s decision in Schuette.  Taking the opposite view and debating me on the case was Columbia Law Professor Theodore Shaw. … ›

Schuette victory: The Breyer concurrence

Yesterday I discussed Kennedy’s lead opinion in Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action as well as Justice Scalia’s concurring opinion.  Justice Breyer also voted to uphold Proposal 2, although his … ›

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A year of victories for liberty

This weeks Courting Liberty podcast provides a summary of major PLF cases in 2015 for economic liberty, free speech, and property rights. It was certainly a year to remember for … ›

PLF's Sandefur, Wood, and Thompson on property, race, and economic liberty

I guest-hosted a show on KFMB radio in San Diego last week, and discussed many of the cases PLF’s litigating in defense of private property rights, racial equality, and sensible … ›

An inside look at Fisher

There’s a new book out on Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor.  I have not read the book, but PLF friend Josh Blackman has the scoop on an interesting story about the Fisher decision in … ›

City of Tulsa stuns residents by proclaiming it will follow the law – really

It must come as welcome news to Tulsa residents to learn that their city officials have finally decided to obey the Oklahoma Constitution.  In November 2012, Oklahoma voters passed an initiative that … ›

California insists “race” is a qualification for public office

California voters hoping to serve on the next Citizens Redistricting Commission better make sure they’re a member of the right “race” when they apply.  Forget the Fourteenth Amendment.  A California … ›

Schools illegally suspended students to comply with feds' disparate-impact mandate?

A few months ago, I wrote about the Obama Administration’s announcement that it would apply disparate-impact theory to schools’ discipline policies. According to the Administration, a school presumably violates multiple … ›

Racial preferences are set for extinction

Over the past year, advocates of racial preferences have suffered so many setbacks that racial preferences are becoming extinct.

PLF's Joshua Thompson on NPR to discuss Schuette

This morning I appeared on NPR’s On Point to discuss the Supreme Court’s decision in Schuette.  Taking the opposite view and debating me on the case was Columbia Law Professor Theodore Shaw. … ›

Schuette victory: The Breyer concurrence

Yesterday I discussed Kennedy’s lead opinion in Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action as well as Justice Scalia’s concurring opinion.  Justice Breyer also voted to uphold Proposal 2, although his … ›

A year of victories for liberty

This weeks Courting Liberty podcast provides a summary of major PLF cases in 2015 for economic liberty, free speech, and property rights. It was certainly a year to remember for … ›

PLF's Sandefur, Wood, and Thompson on property, race, and economic liberty

I guest-hosted a show on KFMB radio in San Diego last week, and discussed many of the cases PLF’s litigating in defense of private property rights, racial equality, and sensible … ›

An inside look at Fisher

There’s a new book out on Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor.  I have not read the book, but PLF friend Josh Blackman has the scoop on an interesting story about the Fisher decision in … ›

City of Tulsa stuns residents by proclaiming it will follow the law – really

It must come as welcome news to Tulsa residents to learn that their city officials have finally decided to obey the Oklahoma Constitution.  In November 2012, Oklahoma voters passed an initiative that … ›

California insists “race” is a qualification for public office

California voters hoping to serve on the next Citizens Redistricting Commission better make sure they’re a member of the right “race” when they apply.  Forget the Fourteenth Amendment.  A California … ›

Schools illegally suspended students to comply with feds' disparate-impact mandate?

A few months ago, I wrote about the Obama Administration’s announcement that it would apply disparate-impact theory to schools’ discipline policies. According to the Administration, a school presumably violates multiple … ›

Racial preferences are set for extinction

Over the past year, advocates of racial preferences have suffered so many setbacks that racial preferences are becoming extinct.

PLF's Joshua Thompson on NPR to discuss Schuette

This morning I appeared on NPR’s On Point to discuss the Supreme Court’s decision in Schuette.  Taking the opposite view and debating me on the case was Columbia Law Professor Theodore Shaw. … ›

Schuette victory: The Breyer concurrence

Yesterday I discussed Kennedy’s lead opinion in Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action as well as Justice Scalia’s concurring opinion.  Justice Breyer also voted to uphold Proposal 2, although his … ›