“Improper-third party payment” is the diplomatic name for what some call extortions or shakedowns of private companies. And this is how the racket works.
The right to craft and customize firearms is integral to the right to determine which arms one will “keep and bear.”
President Biden early on is touting his insistence on “ethics” from cabinet nominees and professional staff, and who can argue with that? But it will take more than a signed piece of paper to guard against the conflicts of interest and invitations to collusion that arise when professional activists from the outside suddenly find themselves on the inside, with the levers of federal power within easy reach.
California business owners are being forced to allow outside union organizers onto their property during business hours.
A case now before the Supreme Court could profoundly impact the future success or failure of the liberty movement. Although it’s not a case we are a party to, we will file a brief supporting our friends at Americans for Prosperity and we’re closely watching the case on behalf of our privacy-minded donors. In the…
Who possibly benefits by keeping regulatory science operating in the shadows? What do the data-deniers have to fear from full disclosure if the “regulatory science” is sound?
Two MSLF Board members are challenging our donors to match their combined $20,000 year-end commitment. Donate before Jan 1 and double our impact in the fight for liberty!
An Endangered Species Act update finalized Tuesday, which clarifies the nebulous and overbroad way the federal government long defined “habitat” for purposes of administering the ESA, is reasonable, sensible and long overdue, in our view.
In a high-stakes election year, a national pandemic made protecting the integrity of the voting process a hotter topic than ever. At our recent forum in Salt Lake City, keynote speaker Hans A. von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation spoke about critical issues surrounding the election.
MSLF is asking the high court to allow our clients their day in federal court.