Speaking at Florida Coastal School of Law today

I’m in Jacksonville today, speaking at noon with the Florida Coastal School of Law‘s Federalist Society chapter about Pacific Legal Foundation‘s work on behalf of liberty throughout the nation. Contrary to what you … ›

NY and NJ courts both reject property rights

Property owners in New York and New Jersey learned again this week that their state courts often reject property rights in favor of creative ways to take private property in a manner that violates the Fifth … ›

Top ten ways A Christmas Story would be different today

From the home office in Hohman, Indiana, a tongue-in-cheek look at the top ten ways A Christmas Story would be different if it took place today: 10. In response to … ›

Government attempts power grab under guise of protecting environment

After receiving complaints about all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) driving through a shallow river, a Louisiana governmental agency decided to step in.  The agency’s solution: restricting a large amount of freedom and … ›

Milton Friedman at 101–wisdom, warnings, and hope

Today marks 101 years since Milton Friedman was born. That’s 404 quarters of economic activity, or 5,252 weekend issues of the Wall Street Journal, or 36,890 days of Dow Jones … ›

How many regulations do you encounter before breakfast?

More than you might think, according to Regulation: A Primer, a new paper by Mercatus Center researcher Jerry Brito and Susan E. Dudley of George Washington University’s Regulatory Studies Center: You … ›

Broken promises

Author: Reed Hopper Utah officials are not very happy with the Secretary of Interior's latest land grab.  Nor should they be.  As reported in the Salt Lake Tribune, Secretary Salazar is … ›

Announcing PLF's 2010 CPIL Fellowships

Attention 3Ls!  Apply now for a post-grad litigation Fellowship with PLF at our Sacramento headquarters, starting in September, 2010.   Applications are due at the end of this month, so don't delay!

Who said it? Take our Freedom Quotes Quiz!

FREEDOM QUOTES QUIZ Choose who SAID these eloquent words with the powerful theme:NO to Big Government! 1.    “If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in … ›

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Speaking at Florida Coastal School of Law today

I’m in Jacksonville today, speaking at noon with the Florida Coastal School of Law‘s Federalist Society chapter about Pacific Legal Foundation‘s work on behalf of liberty throughout the nation. Contrary to what you … ›

NY and NJ courts both reject property rights

Property owners in New York and New Jersey learned again this week that their state courts often reject property rights in favor of creative ways to take private property in a manner that violates the Fifth … ›

Top ten ways A Christmas Story would be different today

From the home office in Hohman, Indiana, a tongue-in-cheek look at the top ten ways A Christmas Story would be different if it took place today: 10. In response to … ›

Government attempts power grab under guise of protecting environment

After receiving complaints about all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) driving through a shallow river, a Louisiana governmental agency decided to step in.  The agency’s solution: restricting a large amount of freedom and … ›

Milton Friedman at 101–wisdom, warnings, and hope

Today marks 101 years since Milton Friedman was born. That’s 404 quarters of economic activity, or 5,252 weekend issues of the Wall Street Journal, or 36,890 days of Dow Jones … ›

How many regulations do you encounter before breakfast?

More than you might think, according to Regulation: A Primer, a new paper by Mercatus Center researcher Jerry Brito and Susan E. Dudley of George Washington University’s Regulatory Studies Center: You … ›

Broken promises

Author: Reed Hopper Utah officials are not very happy with the Secretary of Interior's latest land grab.  Nor should they be.  As reported in the Salt Lake Tribune, Secretary Salazar is … ›

Announcing PLF's 2010 CPIL Fellowships

Attention 3Ls!  Apply now for a post-grad litigation Fellowship with PLF at our Sacramento headquarters, starting in September, 2010.   Applications are due at the end of this month, so don't delay!

Who said it? Take our Freedom Quotes Quiz!

FREEDOM QUOTES QUIZ Choose who SAID these eloquent words with the powerful theme:NO to Big Government! 1.    “If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in … ›

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Speaking at Florida Coastal School of Law today

I’m in Jacksonville today, speaking at noon with the Florida Coastal School of Law‘s Federalist Society chapter about Pacific Legal Foundation‘s work on behalf of liberty throughout the nation. Contrary to what you … ›

NY and NJ courts both reject property rights

Property owners in New York and New Jersey learned again this week that their state courts often reject property rights in favor of creative ways to take private property in a manner that violates the Fifth … ›

Top ten ways A Christmas Story would be different today

From the home office in Hohman, Indiana, a tongue-in-cheek look at the top ten ways A Christmas Story would be different if it took place today: 10. In response to … ›

Government attempts power grab under guise of protecting environment

After receiving complaints about all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) driving through a shallow river, a Louisiana governmental agency decided to step in.  The agency’s solution: restricting a large amount of freedom and … ›

Milton Friedman at 101–wisdom, warnings, and hope

Today marks 101 years since Milton Friedman was born. That’s 404 quarters of economic activity, or 5,252 weekend issues of the Wall Street Journal, or 36,890 days of Dow Jones … ›

How many regulations do you encounter before breakfast?

More than you might think, according to Regulation: A Primer, a new paper by Mercatus Center researcher Jerry Brito and Susan E. Dudley of George Washington University’s Regulatory Studies Center: You … ›

Broken promises

Author: Reed Hopper Utah officials are not very happy with the Secretary of Interior's latest land grab.  Nor should they be.  As reported in the Salt Lake Tribune, Secretary Salazar is … ›

Announcing PLF's 2010 CPIL Fellowships

Attention 3Ls!  Apply now for a post-grad litigation Fellowship with PLF at our Sacramento headquarters, starting in September, 2010.   Applications are due at the end of this month, so don't delay!

Who said it? Take our Freedom Quotes Quiz!

FREEDOM QUOTES QUIZ Choose who SAID these eloquent words with the powerful theme:NO to Big Government! 1.    “If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in … ›

Speaking at Florida Coastal School of Law today

I’m in Jacksonville today, speaking at noon with the Florida Coastal School of Law‘s Federalist Society chapter about Pacific Legal Foundation‘s work on behalf of liberty throughout the nation. Contrary to what you … ›

NY and NJ courts both reject property rights

Property owners in New York and New Jersey learned again this week that their state courts often reject property rights in favor of creative ways to take private property in a manner that violates the Fifth … ›

Top ten ways A Christmas Story would be different today

From the home office in Hohman, Indiana, a tongue-in-cheek look at the top ten ways A Christmas Story would be different if it took place today: 10. In response to … ›

Government attempts power grab under guise of protecting environment

After receiving complaints about all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) driving through a shallow river, a Louisiana governmental agency decided to step in.  The agency’s solution: restricting a large amount of freedom and … ›

Milton Friedman at 101–wisdom, warnings, and hope

Today marks 101 years since Milton Friedman was born. That’s 404 quarters of economic activity, or 5,252 weekend issues of the Wall Street Journal, or 36,890 days of Dow Jones … ›

How many regulations do you encounter before breakfast?

More than you might think, according to Regulation: A Primer, a new paper by Mercatus Center researcher Jerry Brito and Susan E. Dudley of George Washington University’s Regulatory Studies Center: You … ›

Broken promises

Author: Reed Hopper Utah officials are not very happy with the Secretary of Interior's latest land grab.  Nor should they be.  As reported in the Salt Lake Tribune, Secretary Salazar is … ›

Announcing PLF's 2010 CPIL Fellowships

Attention 3Ls!  Apply now for a post-grad litigation Fellowship with PLF at our Sacramento headquarters, starting in September, 2010.   Applications are due at the end of this month, so don't delay!

Who said it? Take our Freedom Quotes Quiz!

FREEDOM QUOTES QUIZ Choose who SAID these eloquent words with the powerful theme:NO to Big Government! 1.    “If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in … ›