PLF to participate in Young Americans for Liberty National Convention

PLF is thrilled to be a part of the 7th Annual Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) National Convention. From July 29th to August 2nd, 350 top student leaders in the … ›

Court denies State's motion to dismiss beer growler suit

We are happy to report that the Court has denied the State of Florida’s motion to dismiss Pacific Legal Foundation’s lawsuit seeking to throw out  the State’s ban on beer growlers. … ›

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 … ›

Join PLF's Timothy Sandefur & the Rio Grande Foundation to celebrate Milton Friedman's legacy

I’ll be speaking at the Rio Grande Foundation’s annual Milton Friedman Day celebration, at the University of New Mexico Law School in Albuquerque on Thursday. More information here.

PLF opposes fishy federal prosecution

This week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed a friend of the court brief at the Supreme Court of the United States on behalf of a Florida fisherman named John Yates.  Mr. … ›

What the Fourth of July means to PLF

In between hamburgers and fireworks, take a moment to listen to our podcast on what the Fourth of July means to PLF attorneys. Our newest clerk Mike Garcia gives us … ›

Shutdown shows why property rights matter

Under the auspices of the government “shutdown,” federal employees are barring many homeowners and entrepreneurs from their homes and businesses. Why? The homes and businesses are located on federal land. … ›

The founders and the primacy of liberty

Prof. Samuelson has a thorough response to my post about John Adams and individual liberty. While it’s true I’m not a great admirer of Adams (I’m much fonder of his … ›

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 … ›

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PLF to participate in Young Americans for Liberty National Convention

PLF is thrilled to be a part of the 7th Annual Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) National Convention. From July 29th to August 2nd, 350 top student leaders in the … ›

Court denies State's motion to dismiss beer growler suit

We are happy to report that the Court has denied the State of Florida’s motion to dismiss Pacific Legal Foundation’s lawsuit seeking to throw out  the State’s ban on beer growlers. … ›

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 … ›

Join PLF's Timothy Sandefur & the Rio Grande Foundation to celebrate Milton Friedman's legacy

I’ll be speaking at the Rio Grande Foundation’s annual Milton Friedman Day celebration, at the University of New Mexico Law School in Albuquerque on Thursday. More information here.

PLF opposes fishy federal prosecution

This week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed a friend of the court brief at the Supreme Court of the United States on behalf of a Florida fisherman named John Yates.  Mr. … ›

What the Fourth of July means to PLF

In between hamburgers and fireworks, take a moment to listen to our podcast on what the Fourth of July means to PLF attorneys. Our newest clerk Mike Garcia gives us … ›

Shutdown shows why property rights matter

Under the auspices of the government “shutdown,” federal employees are barring many homeowners and entrepreneurs from their homes and businesses. Why? The homes and businesses are located on federal land. … ›

The founders and the primacy of liberty

Prof. Samuelson has a thorough response to my post about John Adams and individual liberty. While it’s true I’m not a great admirer of Adams (I’m much fonder of his … ›

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 … ›

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PLF to participate in Young Americans for Liberty National Convention

PLF is thrilled to be a part of the 7th Annual Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) National Convention. From July 29th to August 2nd, 350 top student leaders in the … ›

Court denies State's motion to dismiss beer growler suit

We are happy to report that the Court has denied the State of Florida’s motion to dismiss Pacific Legal Foundation’s lawsuit seeking to throw out  the State’s ban on beer growlers. … ›

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 … ›

Join PLF's Timothy Sandefur & the Rio Grande Foundation to celebrate Milton Friedman's legacy

I’ll be speaking at the Rio Grande Foundation’s annual Milton Friedman Day celebration, at the University of New Mexico Law School in Albuquerque on Thursday. More information here.

PLF opposes fishy federal prosecution

This week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed a friend of the court brief at the Supreme Court of the United States on behalf of a Florida fisherman named John Yates.  Mr. … ›

What the Fourth of July means to PLF

In between hamburgers and fireworks, take a moment to listen to our podcast on what the Fourth of July means to PLF attorneys. Our newest clerk Mike Garcia gives us … ›

Shutdown shows why property rights matter

Under the auspices of the government “shutdown,” federal employees are barring many homeowners and entrepreneurs from their homes and businesses. Why? The homes and businesses are located on federal land. … ›

The founders and the primacy of liberty

Prof. Samuelson has a thorough response to my post about John Adams and individual liberty. While it’s true I’m not a great admirer of Adams (I’m much fonder of his … ›

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 … ›

PLF to participate in Young Americans for Liberty National Convention

PLF is thrilled to be a part of the 7th Annual Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) National Convention. From July 29th to August 2nd, 350 top student leaders in the … ›

Court denies State's motion to dismiss beer growler suit

We are happy to report that the Court has denied the State of Florida’s motion to dismiss Pacific Legal Foundation’s lawsuit seeking to throw out  the State’s ban on beer growlers. … ›

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 … ›

Join PLF's Timothy Sandefur & the Rio Grande Foundation to celebrate Milton Friedman's legacy

I’ll be speaking at the Rio Grande Foundation’s annual Milton Friedman Day celebration, at the University of New Mexico Law School in Albuquerque on Thursday. More information here.

PLF opposes fishy federal prosecution

This week, Pacific Legal Foundation filed a friend of the court brief at the Supreme Court of the United States on behalf of a Florida fisherman named John Yates.  Mr. … ›

What the Fourth of July means to PLF

In between hamburgers and fireworks, take a moment to listen to our podcast on what the Fourth of July means to PLF attorneys. Our newest clerk Mike Garcia gives us … ›

Shutdown shows why property rights matter

Under the auspices of the government “shutdown,” federal employees are barring many homeowners and entrepreneurs from their homes and businesses. Why? The homes and businesses are located on federal land. … ›

The founders and the primacy of liberty

Prof. Samuelson has a thorough response to my post about John Adams and individual liberty. While it’s true I’m not a great admirer of Adams (I’m much fonder of his … ›

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 … ›