New video on PLF’s victory in prairie dog case

People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners is a group of Utah property owners and local government that pushed back against unconstitutional federal regulations that barred them from building homes, starting businesses, and, in the case of the local … Continue reading

What are people saying about PLF’s prairie dog win?

PLF’s big win last week on behalf of People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners, striking down an unconstitutional federal regulation that had devastating effects on a community—all to protect the Utah prairie dog—continues to garner media attention. Last … Continue reading

PLF’s Jonathan Wood on Fox and Friends tomorrow, discussing prairie dog decision

Tomorrow morning, I’ll be on Fox and Friends discussing PLF and PETPO‘s victory over the federal government’s unconstitutional regulation of private property to protect the Utah prairie dog. The segment will air at 7:50 am EST. UPDATE: This post has … Continue reading

Victory: PLF and People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners defeat unconstitutional Endangered Species Act regulation

For the first time, a federal court has struck down federal regulation of a species under the Endangered Species Act, holding that the Constitution doesn’t give the federal government limitless powers. People for the Ethical Treatment of Property Owners members are … Continue reading

PLF’s Timothy Sandefur joins John Stossel to answer: “Does anyone care about the Constitution?”

Fox Business Network’s John Stossel devotes his program tonight (at 9pm Eastern) to the question, “Does anyone care about the Constitution anymore?” I join Stossel to argue the yes side of that question. Here’s a little preview, and I’ll have some … Continue reading

If a tree falls in the forest, don’t take a selfie with it

Last month, the Forest Service proposed a regulation that would require permits costing as much as $1500 to take photographs or film on Forest Service land. The public response has been overwhelmingly negative [I tried but couldn’t make the sentence … Continue reading