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][/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

Court decision upholding “legislative delisting” of gray wolves will not be appealed

According to in Billings, Montana, the Alliance for the Wild Rockies and other environmental groups will not seek Supreme Court review of an appellate decision that upheld the “legislative delisting” of gray wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains region … Continue reading