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...

June 3, 2002 By Tom DeWeese A group of U.S. Senators have conspired to destroy local zoning throughout the United States of America. They are trying to do it in secret. They don’t...

The families of eleven immigrants who died while attempting to enter the United States illegally have filed a $41 million lawsuit against two federal agencies. The suits assert that the United States, specifically the Department of Interior and the US Fish and Wildlife Service, failed to...

May 21, 2002 By Alan Caruba (from the June 2002 issue of The DeWeese Report) It seems to me that, not since the days that preceded the Civil War, has Congress been so filled with arrogant, ignorant, indolent, and ...