PLF's Timothy Sandefur discusses The Conscience of The Constitution on C-SPAN's Book TV

A few days ago, I spoke at the National Constitution Center about my book, The Conscience of The Constitution, and about my argument that the Constitution’s central principle is liberty–not … ›

Challenging the Dogma of Deference

Our Constitution includes several ingenious mechanisms for protecting individual rights—checks and balances, the separation of powers, federalism, enumerated powers, the Bill of Rights. Central to these was the idea of … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Diana Hsieh on "Philosophy in Action" on Wednesday

I’ll be on Diana Hsieh‘s online radio show and podcast “Philosophy in Action” on Wednesday at 6pm Pacific Time to discuss the right to earn a living, occupational licensing, and … ›

How government stifles our innovators

Last month, I gave the David Saurman Provocative Lecture at San Jose State University, about how licensing restrictions, and particularly CON laws, bar innovation and entrepreneurship. I focused in particular … ›

The Right to Earn A Living in Sacramento tomorrow evening

I’ll be speaking to the Students for Liberty Sacramento chapter tomorrow at 7:30 pm at the Tower Bridge Bistro in Sacramento. I’ll speak about the right to economic freedom, including PLF’s latest economic liberty lawsuit. All … ›

Freedom Daily’s George Leef reviews The Right to Earn A Living

George Leef of the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy, reviews The Right to Earn A Living over at Freedom Daily. (The review ran in September, but I only just … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur talks with KOGO’s Chris Reed about taxis and economic freedom

I was on San Diego’s AM 600 KOGO with Chris Reed to talk about economic liberty and taxi regulation, a subject I blogged about the other day, and which also … ›

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Worm poop is…a pesticide?

Author: Timothy Sandefur George Hahn is an entrepreneur who had an idea for a different kind of garden fertilizer—one made out of, yes, worm poop. Or “worm castings,” as they’re … ›

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PLF's Timothy Sandefur discusses The Conscience of The Constitution on C-SPAN's Book TV

A few days ago, I spoke at the National Constitution Center about my book, The Conscience of The Constitution, and about my argument that the Constitution’s central principle is liberty–not … ›

Challenging the Dogma of Deference

Our Constitution includes several ingenious mechanisms for protecting individual rights—checks and balances, the separation of powers, federalism, enumerated powers, the Bill of Rights. Central to these was the idea of … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Diana Hsieh on "Philosophy in Action" on Wednesday

I’ll be on Diana Hsieh‘s online radio show and podcast “Philosophy in Action” on Wednesday at 6pm Pacific Time to discuss the right to earn a living, occupational licensing, and … ›

How government stifles our innovators

Last month, I gave the David Saurman Provocative Lecture at San Jose State University, about how licensing restrictions, and particularly CON laws, bar innovation and entrepreneurship. I focused in particular … ›

The Right to Earn A Living in Sacramento tomorrow evening

I’ll be speaking to the Students for Liberty Sacramento chapter tomorrow at 7:30 pm at the Tower Bridge Bistro in Sacramento. I’ll speak about the right to economic freedom, including PLF’s latest economic liberty lawsuit. All … ›

Freedom Daily’s George Leef reviews The Right to Earn A Living

George Leef of the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy, reviews The Right to Earn A Living over at Freedom Daily. (The review ran in September, but I only just … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur talks with KOGO’s Chris Reed about taxis and economic freedom

I was on San Diego’s AM 600 KOGO with Chris Reed to talk about economic liberty and taxi regulation, a subject I blogged about the other day, and which also … ›

Only 2 Days remaining: Don't Miss PLF's Night at the Museum!

Worm poop is…a pesticide?

Author: Timothy Sandefur George Hahn is an entrepreneur who had an idea for a different kind of garden fertilizer—one made out of, yes, worm poop. Or “worm castings,” as they’re … ›

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PLF's Timothy Sandefur discusses The Conscience of The Constitution on C-SPAN's Book TV

A few days ago, I spoke at the National Constitution Center about my book, The Conscience of The Constitution, and about my argument that the Constitution’s central principle is liberty–not … ›

Challenging the Dogma of Deference

Our Constitution includes several ingenious mechanisms for protecting individual rights—checks and balances, the separation of powers, federalism, enumerated powers, the Bill of Rights. Central to these was the idea of … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Diana Hsieh on "Philosophy in Action" on Wednesday

I’ll be on Diana Hsieh‘s online radio show and podcast “Philosophy in Action” on Wednesday at 6pm Pacific Time to discuss the right to earn a living, occupational licensing, and … ›

How government stifles our innovators

Last month, I gave the David Saurman Provocative Lecture at San Jose State University, about how licensing restrictions, and particularly CON laws, bar innovation and entrepreneurship. I focused in particular … ›

The Right to Earn A Living in Sacramento tomorrow evening

I’ll be speaking to the Students for Liberty Sacramento chapter tomorrow at 7:30 pm at the Tower Bridge Bistro in Sacramento. I’ll speak about the right to economic freedom, including PLF’s latest economic liberty lawsuit. All … ›

Freedom Daily’s George Leef reviews The Right to Earn A Living

George Leef of the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy, reviews The Right to Earn A Living over at Freedom Daily. (The review ran in September, but I only just … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur talks with KOGO’s Chris Reed about taxis and economic freedom

I was on San Diego’s AM 600 KOGO with Chris Reed to talk about economic liberty and taxi regulation, a subject I blogged about the other day, and which also … ›

Only 2 Days remaining: Don't Miss PLF's Night at the Museum!

Worm poop is…a pesticide?

Author: Timothy Sandefur George Hahn is an entrepreneur who had an idea for a different kind of garden fertilizer—one made out of, yes, worm poop. Or “worm castings,” as they’re … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur discusses The Conscience of The Constitution on C-SPAN's Book TV

A few days ago, I spoke at the National Constitution Center about my book, The Conscience of The Constitution, and about my argument that the Constitution’s central principle is liberty–not … ›

Challenging the Dogma of Deference

Our Constitution includes several ingenious mechanisms for protecting individual rights—checks and balances, the separation of powers, federalism, enumerated powers, the Bill of Rights. Central to these was the idea of … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur joins Diana Hsieh on "Philosophy in Action" on Wednesday

I’ll be on Diana Hsieh‘s online radio show and podcast “Philosophy in Action” on Wednesday at 6pm Pacific Time to discuss the right to earn a living, occupational licensing, and … ›

How government stifles our innovators

Last month, I gave the David Saurman Provocative Lecture at San Jose State University, about how licensing restrictions, and particularly CON laws, bar innovation and entrepreneurship. I focused in particular … ›

The Right to Earn A Living in Sacramento tomorrow evening

I’ll be speaking to the Students for Liberty Sacramento chapter tomorrow at 7:30 pm at the Tower Bridge Bistro in Sacramento. I’ll speak about the right to economic freedom, including PLF’s latest economic liberty lawsuit. All … ›

Freedom Daily’s George Leef reviews The Right to Earn A Living

George Leef of the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy, reviews The Right to Earn A Living over at Freedom Daily. (The review ran in September, but I only just … ›

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur talks with KOGO’s Chris Reed about taxis and economic freedom

I was on San Diego’s AM 600 KOGO with Chris Reed to talk about economic liberty and taxi regulation, a subject I blogged about the other day, and which also … ›

Only 2 Days remaining: Don't Miss PLF's Night at the Museum!

Worm poop is…a pesticide?

Author: Timothy Sandefur George Hahn is an entrepreneur who had an idea for a different kind of garden fertilizer—one made out of, yes, worm poop. Or “worm castings,” as they’re … ›