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.
When President Clinton created the 1.9 million-acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in 1996, residents were told that the resulting tourism boom would more than make up for the loss of ranching, mining, logging, and other economic activities. However, the tourists never came and local economies never recovered.
The Constitution protects the rights of communities to govern themselves, and to honor their fallen heroes. Communities should not have to fear the threats of radical outsiders who try to impose their pet ideologies.
The job of an air traffic controller is among the most challenging and important jobs in the nation. It requires intelligence, skill, and aptitude. The critical decisions made by air traffic controllers directly impact the safety of millions of air travelers. People who do this vital job hold people’s lives in their hands.
Early Victory for Property Rights–Long Battle Looms
Michigan family wins 25-year battle with the government.