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.
CASE UPDATE: MSLF Seeks Class Action Status for Thousands of Air Traffic Controllers Harmed by FAA Diversity Program
Arizona State University graduate Andrew Brigida worked hard and got the right education to become an air traffic controller (ATC). He graduated from a program that briefly made him a preferred hire. But he was rejected when the federal government changed the rules.
Wyoming ranchers are increasingly threatened by the growing grizzly population, but environmentalists want to keep it listed as a protected species. MSLF is fighting for at risk ranchers against the radical environmental groups.
Efforts to redefine or remove constitutionally protected gun rights are becoming more radical. The need to defend them is greater than ever.
Ministerio Roca Solida spent more than $700K restoring the “Patch of Heaven” retreat in Nevada, only to have it destroyed by U.S. Fish and Wildlife. MSLF is engaged in a fierce legal battle for the congregation.
Ranchers have fallen into the crosshairs of one of the most notorious and extreme environmentalist groups in the country.
Today’s law schools do not teach the Constitution. Instead, attorneys argue broad policy positions on controversial issues, without any understanding of what our Republic truly is.
In New York City, officials passed a law that makes it illegal for a licensed handgun owner to simply transport his firearm outside city limits.
What kind of country would this be if it were illegal to display a cross-shaped memorial to fallen war heroes on public land? Thankfully, we will not have to find out.
Boulder city council members voted unanimously to ban some of the most commonly owned firearms and magazines in the United States. Council members also raised the age of legal gun ownership in the city from 18 to 21.