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  • Judge upholds Arizona anti-card check law

    Posted on September 06, 2012 | Type: In the News

    Federal district court Judge Frederick Martone dismissed a challenge Wednesday to an Arizona law which only allows workplace organizing through a federally monitored secret ballot election. The case was filed against the state by the National Labor Relations Board.

  • Litigating for Liberty, Part 2

    Posted on August 14, 2012 | Type: In the News | Author: Clint Bolick

    Want to make a difference in the fight for liberty? Consider law school. Here is my second set of tips for maximizing your chances for a law career that will position you to change the world:

  • Out Of Touch President Obama Fiddles While Tombstone, AZ Burns

    Posted on August 13, 2012 | Type: In the News

    Welcome to the Wild West, 2012 style. The Feds to Tombstone: “If you want to fix your water line, better lawyer up and talk to President Obama.”

  • Litigating for Liberty, Part 1

    Posted on August 10, 2012 | Type: In the News | Author: Clint Bolick

    Want to make a difference in the fight for liberty? Consider law school. In no other arena can an individual have a greater impact for freedom. After all, the courts were intended to safeguard individual rights by holding the other two branches of government to their constitutional boundaries. And unlike politics, law tends to be black or white—you win or you lose—rather than shades of compromise. Look how dramatically cases like Brown v. Board of Education have changed the world.

  • Obama-care's IPAB flawed

    Posted on July 27, 2012 | Type: In the News | Author: Tom Patterson

    Many Americans wonder how Obama-care can possibly work. How can the government insure 32 million additional people and provide everybody with all the health care they need without raising the deficit or spending gobs of new money? The answer, in the minds of its creators, is IPAB, the Independent Payment Advisory Board. You may not have heard much about IPAB yet - one of 150 new boards and commissions in Obama-care - because it was buried deep in the 2,000-page bill and hardly debated. But you will. You've never seen anything like it either, unless you count Soviet-style central planning committees.

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