Science or politics? Scientists dispute whether Great Lakes’ wolves should be delisted

Last week, 26 scientists submitted a letter to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service arguing that Gray wolves in the Great Lakes region are no longer endangered under the Endangered Species Act. This week, 29 other scientists published an open … Continue reading

Take shouldn’t be a strict liability offense

PLF has filed a motion to intervene on behalf of the New Mexico Cattle Growers’ Association, New Mexico Federal Lands Council, and the New Mexico Farm and Livestock Bureau in a case that threatens to radically expand criminal liability under … Continue reading

Some history lessons have to be constantly relearned

Last night, I spoke at an Americans for Prosperity event on the delisting of the gray wolf and announcing the upcoming release of a documentary on the human impacts of gray wolf expansion. Here’s the trailer for the film: [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xH4OjvsCz1w[/youtube] … Continue reading

President’s weekly report — September 5, 2013

Environment — Oysters  The Ninth Circuit issued this adverse decision in Drakes Bay Oyster Company v. Jewell.  This involves the National Park Service’s drive to shut down a long-established oyster farm in Drakes Bay, off  the coast of Northern California.  … Continue reading

President’s weekly report — June 14, 2013

Economic Liberty – Right to Earn a Living We had a very sweet victory this week in Bruner v. Zawacki, our Kentucky movers case. We filed this case in August of last year in federal district court in order to … Continue reading