Eight agricultural associations joined forces to file an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court. The eight associations, represented by Mountain States Legal Foundation, seek to protect land usage rights from American Indian tribes that wish to hunt, out-of-season and without a license, on nearly all federal lands, including those leased and permitted to farmers and ranchers in the State of Wyoming.
Most people agree that women deserve the chance to advance up the economic latter. The real question is, how can that be achieved?
What many don’t realize is that women’s advancement doesn’t require gender quotas or affirmative action. What’s needed, above all, is free market policies that allow women to make their own choices.
Whether the planet is warming or not, reality is starting to demonstrate that the issue of climate change cuts both ways. Whatever travesties are predicted to befall human beings or whatever the costs of a warming climate, actions taken to ostensibly save the planet and reduce carbon emissions have just as many increased costs and adverse impacts as are predicted by warmer temperatures. And, that cost includes a loss of individual political freedom.
By Evelyn Pyburn
It is commonly believed that the formation of a TIF (tax increment finance) district has no impact on tax levels to property taxpayers outside the TIF boundaries.
If TIFs did not increase taxes, be assured they would not exist. But the increase is a hidden one so it is easy to impose without much push back. The increase happens in a complicated way, while the potential benefits are publically promoted, front and center, so the...
The free-market public policy group Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) today sued the Board of Regents of the University of California under California’s Public Records Act (CPRA). The lawsuit, filed in the Superior Court for the County of Los Angeles, aims to:
* Compel the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) Law School to perform a search in response to two languishing CPRA requests dating back to February of this year, and