November 21, 2002 -From the American Land Rights Association Senate Bill #990, which was a massive expansion of the Endangered Species Act combined with hundreds of millions in new land acquisition, was exposed to the light of day for the first time this...

October 29, 2002 By Peyton Knight Following the killing spree alleged to be the act of John Muhammed and his associate, Lee Malvo, Americans learned that the teenager was an illegal alien, originally from...

October 8, 2002 By Tom DeWeese The massive rally in Collier County, Florida, known as the "Sawgrass Rebellion" to support property rights, imploded and was cancelled in the face of a determined effort to deny...

A long-planned October rally in Collier Country, Florida calling itself the "Sawgrass Rebellion" to support property rights, imploded and was canceled in the face of a determined effort to deny it the right to meet anywhere. You could almost hear the cheering in the offices...

September 3, 2002 By Peyton Knight The newest threat to property rights, the foundation of American liberty, is posed by H.R. 2388, "The National Heritage Areas Policy Act." Sponsored by Rep. Joel Hefley...

August 22, 2002 By Tom DeWeese Only the United Nations, we're told, has the vision and the moral authority to be the keepers of justice...

August 5, 2002 By Tom DeWeese President Bush did the right thing when he announced that the United States would not be a party to the United Nations’ International Criminal Court (ICC). He officially "unsigned"...

July 2, 2002 By Peyton Knight You’re fat. Oh, come on, you know it. You are one big lard-o along the lines of Tom Cruise and Russell Crowe. Well, maybe you’re not that "obese," but you’re certainly creeping into the ...

A new catch phrase, "Sustainable Development", has crept into discussions of the most fundamental right Americans have, the right to own property. It is essential to all other liberties and our economy. It is protected by the US Constitution. That protection is about to be...