William Perry Pendley

William Perry Pendley
Good News From Washington, D.C.
By William Perry Pendley
After so much bad news from Washington, D.C., it is worth considering some good news. After all, America has seen ...
April 01, 2009
In the Land of Lincoln, Is Money Property?
By William Perry Pendley
It has been a captivating few weeks for Illinois. First, Illinois’s governor—responsible for filling Barack Obama’s vacancy in the ...
March 02, 2009
Supreme Court to Decide Meaning of Obama Election
By William Perry Pendley
Northwest Austin Municipal Utility District No. 1, in the City of Austin in Travis County, Texas, but independent of both, ...
February 01, 2009
College Students Seek to Use Concealed-Carry Permits
By William Perry Pendley
One minute, Suzanne was eating lunch with her mother and father. The next, the happy hubbub of the restaurant ...
January 01, 2009
One Consequence of a "Sorry" Congress; More to Come!
By William Perry Pendley
In 1993, Congress adopted an “Apology Resolution” expressing regret to “Native Hawaiians” for the federal government’s role in ending the ...
December 01, 2008
Enviros Go Nuclear, But Not in a Good Way
By William Perry Pendley
After Paul Newman died on September 26, news broke that, although he contributed to environmental causes, he was also a ...
November 01, 2008
Paralysis and Analysis in the Search for Energy in Michigan
By William Perry Pendley
On October 1, 2008, a 25-year ban on drilling in federal waters (the Outer Continental Shelf) will expire, not with ...
October 01, 2008
Ninth Circuit Gets It Right: No Indian Religious Veto
By William Perry Pendley
Arizona Snowbowl is an alpine ski area, seven miles north of Flagstaff, which occupies 777 acres on Humphrey’s Peak, amid ...
September 01, 2008
Earth to FCC: What Part of "Unconstitutional" Is Unclear?
By William Perry Pendley
In 1990, the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5-4 ruling, upheld the ability of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to ...
August 03, 2008
This Fourth of July: "Earn It!"
By William Perry Pendley
Steven Spielberg’s 1998 Academy Award® winning epic, Saving Private Ryan, about the search for and safe return to his family ...
July 01, 2008
Ninth Circuit Outrage: States Immune from Fifth Amendment!
By William Perry Pendley
In 1991, at a cost of $70 million, a group of miners and mining entities known collectively as Seven Up ...
June 01, 2008
States' Decade-Old "Dialogue on Race" Dooms Quotas
By William Perry Pendley
On March 18, Senator Barack Obama urged what the media labeled a “national dialogue on race.” One week later, ...
May 01, 2008
Free School for Illegals: Time for a Supreme Court Review?
By William Perry Pendley
Last year, a senior at Roswell (New Mexico) High School was ticketed for blocking a fire lane outside a middle ...
April 01, 2008
The West, Washington, D.C., and Weapons
By William Perry Pendley
In 1989, John Shuler of rural Dupuyer, Montana, heard grizzly bears outside his house; fearing they would kill his sheep, ...
February 04, 2008
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