Many of Bush Administration’s Claimed “Terrorism” Arrests Are Misleading

Non-crimes and misdemeanors among Ashcroft’s examples of success in “war on terror”

Ranchers and Dairy Farmers Win Two Battles Against Corporate and Government Foes

In a federal court decision ranchers won a class-action lawsuit against meatpacking giant Tyson Foods for violating the Packers and Stockyards Act of 1921.

Celebrating Independents

Much like their founding forerunners did, communities around the country are reasserting their economic independence.

Women’s Class-Action Lawsuit Against WalMart, Inc. Given Go-ahead

A federal judge on Tuesday approved class-action status for a sex-discrimination lawsuit against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. that has become the largest private civil rights case in U.S. history.

Right to Remain Silent Undermined by Supreme Court’s Hiibel Ruling

Now, when a police officer suspecting you of a crime stops you in the street and asks your name, you can be prosecuted for refusing to answer.