All posts tagged "Institute for Justice"

  • Government
    U.S. Supreme Court: Victory for Virginia property owner in sign fight

    (Institute for Justice) – ARLINGTON, VA — In an important decision at the intersection of free speech and property rights, the U.S. Supreme Court today vacated a 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judgment that had allowed the city of Norfolk, VA, to suppress a banner protesting the government’s illegal attempt to seize...

  • Opinion
    After 24 Years as IJ’s One & Only President Chip Mellor Elevated to Board Chairman in 2016

    Senior Attorney Scott Bullock to Succeed Mellor as President (Institute for Justice) – Arlington, Va.—Since its founding...

  • Politics
    The Problem Is Not the Money, but the Power It Can Buy

    (Thomas Mitchell/4TH ST8) – The problem with all these wealthy people and Super PACs spending billions on getting certain people elected to public office is not the corrupting power of money, but the corrupting power of power. The problem is not the money. The problem is the power it can buy. Take...

  • Opinion
    “Eminent Domain” Law Firm Celebrates 20 Years Litigating For Liberty

    NN&V Exclusive (NN&V Staff) – This year, the Institute for Justice (IJ) celebrates its twentieth year of litigating for liberty. The public interest law firm has been at the forefront many fights over the last two decades to reduce the size and scope of government power and expand individual liberty. Every day,...