More on the Sixth Circuit's Proposal 2 decision

Last Friday I explained the Sixth Circuit’s embarrassing decision to strike down Michigan’s Proposal 2.  President of the National Association of Scholars (and longtime PLF friend) Peter Wood, has been assembling … ›

PLF secures victory – Californians are still equal under the law

PLF’s earlier victory in defending California’s ban on government discrimination and preferences based on race and sex was recently secured when no party to a lawsuit challenging California’s Constitution filed an … ›

Debating race preferences

Yesterday several of my colleagues and I attended a debate at the King School of Law at UC Davis, hosted by the Federalist Society, on the role of race preferences … ›

Oral argument in BAMN v. Brown available

Video and audio.

PLF statement on Proposition 209 oral argument

This morning, Pacific Legal Foundation Staff Attorney Ralph W. Kasarda argued at the Ninth Circuit in defense of the constitutionality of Proposition 209.  PLF attorneys represent represent intervenors, American Civil … ›

Brief video on the Connerly victory

Author:  Joshua Thompson Below is a brief video I made discussing PLF's recent victory Connerly v. California.   

Ward Connerly discusses PLF's recent victory

Author: Joshua Thompson Flashreport.org published a great editorial by Ward Connerly today. The editorial revolves around PLF's recent victory in Connerly v. California. In recent years, especially since the national debate … ›

Proposition 209 works

Author: Joshua Thompson The Los Angeles Times published this excellent op-ed on the effects of Proposition 209 and PLF's lawsuit to defend its constitutionality.  Here's a snippet: In reality, despite … ›

Victory in Connerly v. Schwarzenegger

Author: Joshua Thompson After oral argument today, the court entered judgment in favor of Petitioners Ward Connerly and American Civil Rights Foundation. This was the "AB 21" case where PLF … ›

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More on the Sixth Circuit's Proposal 2 decision

Last Friday I explained the Sixth Circuit’s embarrassing decision to strike down Michigan’s Proposal 2.  President of the National Association of Scholars (and longtime PLF friend) Peter Wood, has been assembling … ›

PLF secures victory – Californians are still equal under the law

PLF’s earlier victory in defending California’s ban on government discrimination and preferences based on race and sex was recently secured when no party to a lawsuit challenging California’s Constitution filed an … ›

Debating race preferences

Yesterday several of my colleagues and I attended a debate at the King School of Law at UC Davis, hosted by the Federalist Society, on the role of race preferences … ›

Oral argument in BAMN v. Brown available

Video and audio.

PLF statement on Proposition 209 oral argument

This morning, Pacific Legal Foundation Staff Attorney Ralph W. Kasarda argued at the Ninth Circuit in defense of the constitutionality of Proposition 209.  PLF attorneys represent represent intervenors, American Civil … ›

Brief video on the Connerly victory

Author:  Joshua Thompson Below is a brief video I made discussing PLF's recent victory Connerly v. California.   

Ward Connerly discusses PLF's recent victory

Author: Joshua Thompson Flashreport.org published a great editorial by Ward Connerly today. The editorial revolves around PLF's recent victory in Connerly v. California. In recent years, especially since the national debate … ›

Proposition 209 works

Author: Joshua Thompson The Los Angeles Times published this excellent op-ed on the effects of Proposition 209 and PLF's lawsuit to defend its constitutionality.  Here's a snippet: In reality, despite … ›

Victory in Connerly v. Schwarzenegger

Author: Joshua Thompson After oral argument today, the court entered judgment in favor of Petitioners Ward Connerly and American Civil Rights Foundation. This was the "AB 21" case where PLF … ›

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More on the Sixth Circuit's Proposal 2 decision

Last Friday I explained the Sixth Circuit’s embarrassing decision to strike down Michigan’s Proposal 2.  President of the National Association of Scholars (and longtime PLF friend) Peter Wood, has been assembling … ›

PLF secures victory – Californians are still equal under the law

PLF’s earlier victory in defending California’s ban on government discrimination and preferences based on race and sex was recently secured when no party to a lawsuit challenging California’s Constitution filed an … ›

Debating race preferences

Yesterday several of my colleagues and I attended a debate at the King School of Law at UC Davis, hosted by the Federalist Society, on the role of race preferences … ›

Oral argument in BAMN v. Brown available

Video and audio.

PLF statement on Proposition 209 oral argument

This morning, Pacific Legal Foundation Staff Attorney Ralph W. Kasarda argued at the Ninth Circuit in defense of the constitutionality of Proposition 209.  PLF attorneys represent represent intervenors, American Civil … ›

Brief video on the Connerly victory

Author:  Joshua Thompson Below is a brief video I made discussing PLF's recent victory Connerly v. California.   

Ward Connerly discusses PLF's recent victory

Author: Joshua Thompson Flashreport.org published a great editorial by Ward Connerly today. The editorial revolves around PLF's recent victory in Connerly v. California. In recent years, especially since the national debate … ›

Proposition 209 works

Author: Joshua Thompson The Los Angeles Times published this excellent op-ed on the effects of Proposition 209 and PLF's lawsuit to defend its constitutionality.  Here's a snippet: In reality, despite … ›

Victory in Connerly v. Schwarzenegger

Author: Joshua Thompson After oral argument today, the court entered judgment in favor of Petitioners Ward Connerly and American Civil Rights Foundation. This was the "AB 21" case where PLF … ›

More on the Sixth Circuit's Proposal 2 decision

Last Friday I explained the Sixth Circuit’s embarrassing decision to strike down Michigan’s Proposal 2.  President of the National Association of Scholars (and longtime PLF friend) Peter Wood, has been assembling … ›

PLF secures victory – Californians are still equal under the law

PLF’s earlier victory in defending California’s ban on government discrimination and preferences based on race and sex was recently secured when no party to a lawsuit challenging California’s Constitution filed an … ›

Debating race preferences

Yesterday several of my colleagues and I attended a debate at the King School of Law at UC Davis, hosted by the Federalist Society, on the role of race preferences … ›

Oral argument in BAMN v. Brown available

Video and audio.

PLF statement on Proposition 209 oral argument

This morning, Pacific Legal Foundation Staff Attorney Ralph W. Kasarda argued at the Ninth Circuit in defense of the constitutionality of Proposition 209.  PLF attorneys represent represent intervenors, American Civil … ›

Brief video on the Connerly victory

Author:  Joshua Thompson Below is a brief video I made discussing PLF's recent victory Connerly v. California.   

Ward Connerly discusses PLF's recent victory

Author: Joshua Thompson Flashreport.org published a great editorial by Ward Connerly today. The editorial revolves around PLF's recent victory in Connerly v. California. In recent years, especially since the national debate … ›

Proposition 209 works

Author: Joshua Thompson The Los Angeles Times published this excellent op-ed on the effects of Proposition 209 and PLF's lawsuit to defend its constitutionality.  Here's a snippet: In reality, despite … ›

Victory in Connerly v. Schwarzenegger

Author: Joshua Thompson After oral argument today, the court entered judgment in favor of Petitioners Ward Connerly and American Civil Rights Foundation. This was the "AB 21" case where PLF … ›