Although the federal government declined—because of the success of state conservation programs—to list the greater sage-grouse under the Endangered Species Act, it illegally imposed Draconian rules that place vast acres of federal lands off limits to lawful grazing and oil and gas activity, which provide jobs and are vital to local communities.
Join us in Las Vegas Feb. 6, to hear a panel discussion about the thorny issue of federal land management in states like Nevada. There is also a dinner option with nationally-recognized electoral college expert Tara Ross. Tickets are on sale now!
MSLF attorney Ron Osphal published an article today in the Washington Examiner about the President’s much needed environmental reforms. Radical environmental groups are apoplectic and have begun issuing doomsday predictions about the consequences of his proposal.
Our litigation team successfully fought for property rights, the Second Amendment and more in 2019; securing several victories for liberty and American citizens. Those wins included holding the government accountable for being a bad neighbor.
MSLF is engaged in a fierce legal battle for Pastor Victor Fuentes and his congregation: Ministerio Roca Solida. In this video Pastor Victor notes that people like him don’t lose their lawsuits because they are wrong, but because they lack resources to fight for the restoration of their rights.
A big question on the minds of many Second Amendment supporters right now is, will the Supreme Court moot the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association (NYSRPA) case? Cody Wisniewski offers his analysis of NYSRPA oral arguments.
Today a Second Amendment victory was secured for citizens who enjoy recreation on Army Corps of Engineers-managed lands in Idaho. The federal agency chose not to reinstate its earlier appeal of a ruling which blocks enforcement of its firearms ban in that state. It is an unequivocal win for the Second Amendment and U.S. citizens. “The government’s decision not to reopen its…
Decades of mismanagement in California didn’t happen by accident. It happened because, for so long, California’s progressive leaders put environmentalist posturing ahead of public safety.