PLF’s Wen Fa speaks to the Conservative Republicans of San Joaquin County

Last week, I had the pleasure of speaking to the Conservative Republicans of San Joaquin County. I discussed PLF’s latest efforts to protect the First Amendment rights of voters nationwide, something you’ll hear much more about next week. The speech … Continue reading

Florida Farm Bureau & PLF: together again

PLF Atlantic Center‘s Doug Kruse and I (Doug on left, me on right, along with PLF staff attorney extraordinaire Christina Martin and PLF paralegal wunderkind Paula Puccio) give a talk Monday (October 26) at 5:30 p.m. at the statewide Florida Farm Bureau office in Gainesville … Continue reading

PLF’s Wen Fa discusses Supreme Court cases with Tea Party in Placerville

I’ll be speaking tonight to the Tea Party in the Hills (located in Placerville) about important Supreme Court cases involving racial preferences in college admissions and Obamacare. Please join us at 7 p.m. at American Legion Hall, 4561 Greenstone Road Placerville, CA 95667. … Continue reading

You say PAMP, I say easement, let’s call the whole thing off

I will give a talk today (Tuesday, September 1) about PLF’s fight against the government’s enforcement of unrecorded conservation easements—what Florida local governments call Preservation Area Management Plans (PAMPs)—against property owners with no notice of these illegal property restrictions.  PLF’s … Continue reading

PLF’s Wen Fa discusses litigating for liberty with Elk Grove Tea Party

I’ll be speaking at 7 p.m. tonight to the Elk Grove Tea Party about Pacific Legal Foundation’s efforts litigating for liberty from coast to coast. If you are in the area, please join us at the Holiday Inn at 9175 W. … Continue reading

Speaking at Florida Coastal School of Law today

I’m in Jacksonville today, speaking at noon with the Florida Coastal School of Law‘s Federalist Society chapter about Pacific Legal Foundation‘s work on behalf of liberty throughout the nation. Contrary to what you may have heard elsewhere recently, this event, like all other … Continue reading

Shutdown shows why property rights matter

Under the auspices of the government “shutdown,” federal employees are barring many homeowners and entrepreneurs from their homes and businesses. Why? The homes and businesses are located on federal land. Thus the government claims a right to block their access … Continue reading