Grateful for freedom

I decided it was not too late to blog about the Fourth of July—despite it having passed a week ago—once I realized that an iconic American beauty of a rock band celebrated … ›

Americans to the U.S. Forest Service: don't shut us out of our national forests

In a democracy, there are few things more troublesome to the body politic (or to just plain folks) than bureaucrats who ingest large doses of self-importance while trying to expand … ›

If a tree falls in the forest, don't take a selfie with it

Last month, the Forest Service proposed a regulation that would require permits costing as much as $1500 to take photographs or film on Forest Service land. The public response has … ›

School choice saves money

Government spends $632 billion a year on public schools. That’s almost 20% of all government spending. Although most of the focus of Back to School Choice Week is, rightly, on … ›

Is the environment made for humans or vice versa?

Today PLF filed a motion for summary judgment in federal district court to reverse the government’s decision to prohibit motorized travel on hundreds of miles of roads and trails in … ›

Remembering 9/11

It’s been 11 years since the twin towers fell on 9/11. Pain from that day is still felt in the hearts of countless Americans. But in spite of the pain, … ›

Everything’s illegal! Yes, even feeding the homeless

When government bureaucrats start shutting down lemonade stands and hassling five year olds for operating without a permit, you know we have a problem. When they make acts of charity … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation celebrates 39th anniversary!

Pacific Legal Foundation was founded on March 5, 1973.  On Monday, we will be celebrating 39 years of fighting for freedom, and wish to thank all of those who have … ›

February 24: National Public Interest Law Day!

Pacific Legal Foundation has unilaterally declared that today, February 24th, should be recognized as National Public Interest Law Day!  Here is why, from PLF’s Director of Litigation, James S. Burling: … ›

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Grateful for freedom

I decided it was not too late to blog about the Fourth of July—despite it having passed a week ago—once I realized that an iconic American beauty of a rock band celebrated … ›

Americans to the U.S. Forest Service: don't shut us out of our national forests

In a democracy, there are few things more troublesome to the body politic (or to just plain folks) than bureaucrats who ingest large doses of self-importance while trying to expand … ›

If a tree falls in the forest, don't take a selfie with it

Last month, the Forest Service proposed a regulation that would require permits costing as much as $1500 to take photographs or film on Forest Service land. The public response has … ›

School choice saves money

Government spends $632 billion a year on public schools. That’s almost 20% of all government spending. Although most of the focus of Back to School Choice Week is, rightly, on … ›

Is the environment made for humans or vice versa?

Today PLF filed a motion for summary judgment in federal district court to reverse the government’s decision to prohibit motorized travel on hundreds of miles of roads and trails in … ›

Remembering 9/11

It’s been 11 years since the twin towers fell on 9/11. Pain from that day is still felt in the hearts of countless Americans. But in spite of the pain, … ›

Everything’s illegal! Yes, even feeding the homeless

When government bureaucrats start shutting down lemonade stands and hassling five year olds for operating without a permit, you know we have a problem. When they make acts of charity … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation celebrates 39th anniversary!

Pacific Legal Foundation was founded on March 5, 1973.  On Monday, we will be celebrating 39 years of fighting for freedom, and wish to thank all of those who have … ›

February 24: National Public Interest Law Day!

Pacific Legal Foundation has unilaterally declared that today, February 24th, should be recognized as National Public Interest Law Day!  Here is why, from PLF’s Director of Litigation, James S. Burling: … ›

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Grateful for freedom

I decided it was not too late to blog about the Fourth of July—despite it having passed a week ago—once I realized that an iconic American beauty of a rock band celebrated … ›

Americans to the U.S. Forest Service: don't shut us out of our national forests

In a democracy, there are few things more troublesome to the body politic (or to just plain folks) than bureaucrats who ingest large doses of self-importance while trying to expand … ›

If a tree falls in the forest, don't take a selfie with it

Last month, the Forest Service proposed a regulation that would require permits costing as much as $1500 to take photographs or film on Forest Service land. The public response has … ›

School choice saves money

Government spends $632 billion a year on public schools. That’s almost 20% of all government spending. Although most of the focus of Back to School Choice Week is, rightly, on … ›

Is the environment made for humans or vice versa?

Today PLF filed a motion for summary judgment in federal district court to reverse the government’s decision to prohibit motorized travel on hundreds of miles of roads and trails in … ›

Remembering 9/11

It’s been 11 years since the twin towers fell on 9/11. Pain from that day is still felt in the hearts of countless Americans. But in spite of the pain, … ›

Everything’s illegal! Yes, even feeding the homeless

When government bureaucrats start shutting down lemonade stands and hassling five year olds for operating without a permit, you know we have a problem. When they make acts of charity … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation celebrates 39th anniversary!

Pacific Legal Foundation was founded on March 5, 1973.  On Monday, we will be celebrating 39 years of fighting for freedom, and wish to thank all of those who have … ›

February 24: National Public Interest Law Day!

Pacific Legal Foundation has unilaterally declared that today, February 24th, should be recognized as National Public Interest Law Day!  Here is why, from PLF’s Director of Litigation, James S. Burling: … ›

Grateful for freedom

I decided it was not too late to blog about the Fourth of July—despite it having passed a week ago—once I realized that an iconic American beauty of a rock band celebrated … ›

Americans to the U.S. Forest Service: don't shut us out of our national forests

In a democracy, there are few things more troublesome to the body politic (or to just plain folks) than bureaucrats who ingest large doses of self-importance while trying to expand … ›

If a tree falls in the forest, don't take a selfie with it

Last month, the Forest Service proposed a regulation that would require permits costing as much as $1500 to take photographs or film on Forest Service land. The public response has … ›

School choice saves money

Government spends $632 billion a year on public schools. That’s almost 20% of all government spending. Although most of the focus of Back to School Choice Week is, rightly, on … ›

Is the environment made for humans or vice versa?

Today PLF filed a motion for summary judgment in federal district court to reverse the government’s decision to prohibit motorized travel on hundreds of miles of roads and trails in … ›

Remembering 9/11

It’s been 11 years since the twin towers fell on 9/11. Pain from that day is still felt in the hearts of countless Americans. But in spite of the pain, … ›

Everything’s illegal! Yes, even feeding the homeless

When government bureaucrats start shutting down lemonade stands and hassling five year olds for operating without a permit, you know we have a problem. When they make acts of charity … ›

Pacific Legal Foundation celebrates 39th anniversary!

Pacific Legal Foundation was founded on March 5, 1973.  On Monday, we will be celebrating 39 years of fighting for freedom, and wish to thank all of those who have … ›

February 24: National Public Interest Law Day!

Pacific Legal Foundation has unilaterally declared that today, February 24th, should be recognized as National Public Interest Law Day!  Here is why, from PLF’s Director of Litigation, James S. Burling: … ›