It’s been challenging to keep up with all of the executive orders coming out of the White House since January 20th, but the about-face in how agencies construct and evaluate rules is enough to give one whiplash.
We know the wheels of government bureaucracy, like the wheels of justice, turn slowly. But how long should an American have to wait – 5 years? 20 years? 30 years? – for the federal government to definitively rule on a routine mining patent request that could make or break the success of a family-owned business?
Mountain States Legal Foundation last week urged the U.S. Supreme Court to declare a California law requiring private businesses to open their property to hostile union organizers a “taking” under the 5th and 14th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution
A “win” for plaintiffs in this case would allow the state of California and private anti-gun groups to impose a national definition of what constitutes a “firearm” on every city and state in the U.S.
When did merit cease to serve as the primary basis for political or professional advancement in this supposedly colorblind, “gender-neutral,” equality-oriented society? I of course recognize “diversity” (however one defines it) as a worthy goal, broadly speaking. But it amazes and troubles me to see “diversity” totally eclipsing all other considerations in so many aspects of contemporary life. We saw this most recently in the confirmation hearings for Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court.…
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Green extremists worked to destroy my family’s ranch. And a potentially deadly act of mechanical sabotage remains unexplained.
The Ray family received some welcome news last week: their application got denied. Now, I know what you’re thinking; getting a rejection letter is rarely cause for celebration. But for the Rays, this isn’t a setback so much as an opportunity — an opportunity that has, until now, been denied to them. When the Rays…
American ranchers have a right to make a living off the land, as they have for generations, on Wyoming’s Upper Green River Drift. Under attack from environmental extremists, these ranchers ride with the knowledge that their next cattle drive could be their last.
Sidney Longwell, an entrepreneur in the finest tradition of the American Frontier, passed away after 38 years of waiting for justice in his lawsuit against the federal government.