Big Supreme Court Win on WOTUS Lawsuits

January 23, 2018 Hank Eckardt 0

Today, in a critical win for American property owners, Southeastern Legal Foundation’s clients, and the Constitution, the United States Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) cannot evade judicial review by limiting

California’s Poverty is Dragging Us All Down

January 18, 2018 Editor 0

Ryan McMaken Earlier this week, the LA Times reminded its readers that California has the highest poverty rate in the nation. Specifically, when using the Census Bureau’s most recent” Supplemental Poverty Measure” (SPM), California clocks in with a

Is it Time to Break Up Higher Education

January 18, 2018 Editor 0

Daniel Lattier Many today regard America’s college system as broken, and would like to see it broken up. As the argument goes, too many kids are being pushed toward college only to receive a substandard

The Lead’s 5 at 10

January 18, 2018 Hank Eckardt 0

TheLead.com is compiling the top 5 stories of the day from around the web. This is your one stop shop to quickly catch up on the most important news every morning. So grab a cup

Get Ready for Economic Liftoff

January 17, 2018 Editor 0

Peter Roff The supposedly smart people said Donald Trump would destroy the U.S. economy if he were elected president. They were wrong. On Thursday, [January 4], the Dow broke 25,000 for the first time in

When Feeding the Homeless Becomes a Crime

January 17, 2018 Editor 0

Jon Miltimore More than a dozen people were recently arrested in El Cajon, California. Their crime? They were feeding the homeless. “The arrests come in the wake of a newly enacted city ordinance banning people

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