MSLF is asking the high court to allow our clients their day in federal court.
Albert Sommers looks grim—and not just because he’s standing in the pre-dawn dark and cold, restless horse in hand, with a very long day of gathering and sorting cattle ahead of him. It’s something else that’s making him somber.
Although she is a woman, and the mother of seven, and a faithful Catholic—all admirable traits—it is her record as a judge and scholar that makes her worthy of the bench.
A generous donor from California—knowing full well what happens when the government infringes on constitutionally protected rights— has issued a $75,000 Challenge Grant.
Mountain States Legal Foundation is launching its first-ever legal center of excellence, dedicated to defending Second Amendment protected rights. Communications Director Sean Paige sat down with attorney Cody J. Wisniewski to learn more about the strategy and motivation behind the creation of MSLF’s Center to Keep and Bear Arms.
Green extremists worked to destroy my family’s ranch. And a potentially deadly act of mechanical sabotage remains unexplained.
We hit the trail to learn what it takes to move cattle across Wyoming’s grizzly country
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has ended special restrictions on firearms retailers originally implemented during coronavirus shutdowns, after MSLF got into the fight.
Days before Easter, the Patch of Heaven property in Amargosa Valley, Nevada flooded again due to the federal government’s illegally diverted stream. Each new flood is a painful reminder of what the government took from the small church.
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.