Single-payer environmentalism : A recipe for disaster(s)

August 11, 2015 | By TIMOTHY SANDEFUR

The EPA is being roundly, and deservedly, attacked for the recent spill of toxic chemicals into the Animas River in Colorado—a nasty accident that’s turned the picturesque waterway an ugly yellow-orange. Locals are especially angry that the Agency hasn’t been forthcoming about precisely what damage has been done. The EPA itself seems ...


Scalia's other footnote : why is footnote four always such a threat to the Constitution?

May 21, 2013 | By JONATHAN WOOD

The internet is all a tizzy over a footnote in yesterday’s City of Arlington v. FCC decision. In the footnote, Justice Scalia pointlessly criticized a party’s name. Although footnotes are sometimes used for such playground antics, others have fundamentally reshaped our law. The most famous of the latter – Footnote 4 from United States ...


Perspective on the oil spill


Author: Daniel Himebaugh Ashton Ellis of Freedom Line Blog calls attention to the unfortunate truth about the oil spill in this post, which our readers should check out.  Ellis writes, "The most toxic substance floating around Louisiana's coastline isn't oil — it's the confusion that comes with the federal government� ...