Rule Of Law: How Obama's EPA Is Trying To Regulate Your Creek Beds And Ditches

Opinion | Jessica Medeiros-Garrison
File photo of irrigation pipe at a farm near Cantua Creek

If its new rule comes into effect, property owners could be on the hook for costly Clean Water Act permitting

Rule Of Law: An Abuse Of Discretion -- How Republican AGs Are Fighting Obamacare

Opinion | Jessica Medeiros-Garrison
Obamacare

Lawsuits against unconstitutional mandates and subsidies are the last line of defense.

Second Court Strikes Big Blow To Obamacare

US | Sarah Hurtubise

New life for potential Supreme Court decision?

Rule Of Law: An Eggs-traordinary Tale Of Economic Reasoning

Opinion | Jessica Medeiros-Garrison

Republican AGs are fighting a law that would force egg importers from other states to adhere to California’s standards.

Twelve States Sue Obama Administration Over Carbon Dioxide Regulations

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
President Obama attends celebration of Special Olympics at the White House in Washington

‘The law doesn’t allow the agency to do what it wants’

AG: EPA's 'Cap-And-Trade Scheme' Would Violate The Clean Air Act

Business | Michael Bastasch
Obama smiling Getty Images

‘It would violate the law’

The importance of legislative findings in writing abortion laws

Opinion | Daniel McConchie
Governor Fallin

Including clarifying, inoperative language can help stem judicial activism