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AFT INVESTIGATION

October 18, 2023 Update!
Landmark files supplement to existing IRS Complaint! 

Landmark’s ongoing investigation of the American Federation of Teachers unreported political activity.

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GARLAND FOIA

Landmark’s investigation of the Biden Administration School Parent Intimidation Campaign

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Landmark Legal Foundation is a national non-profit that upholds the Constitution and our founding principles through legal advocacy and education. Landmark advances an “originalist” approach to the Constitution — that the words in the Constitution mean what they meant at the Founding — and defends our nation’s bedrock principle of liberty.

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It May Take a Village to Hold Unions Accountable

It May Take a Village to Hold Unions Accountable

In the past several weeks, members of the teachers’ union leadership have given us a glimpse into who they really are. In New York City, a United Federation of Teachers chapter leader emailed her colleagues justifying the Hamas terrorist attack on Israeli civilians....

NOVEMBER 6: THIS WEEK AT THE SUPREME COURT

NOVEMBER 6: THIS WEEK AT THE SUPREME COURT

This week the Supreme Court will hear three cases. The first, to be heard Monday, November 6, is Department of Agriculture Rural Development Rural Housing Service v. Kirtz. Reginald Kirtz is a private citizen who brought a lawsuit against the USDA, as well as Trans...

Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Free Speech and Social Media

Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Free Speech and Social Media

On Tuesday, October 31st, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in two free speech cases. In the first, O’Connor-Ratcliffe v. Garnier, the Supreme Court considered whether public officials engage in state action when posting, removing comments, or blocking...

Landmark files Comment on Proposed Harassment Guidelines

Landmark files Comment on Proposed Harassment Guidelines

On October 2, 2023, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released their proposed Enforcement Guidelines on Harassment in the Workplace. The guidelines are generally in line with Title VII and include standard protections for harassment on the basis of...

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We are truly facing existential threats to our individual rights and liberties, the Constitution, and our national character. If unchallenged, this assault on our very way of life will ruin our great nation.

With your financial and moral support, Landmark is not going to let that happen without a fight.

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President_Ronald Reagan meeting with Ed Meese

Edwin Meese meeting with President Ronald Reagan in the Oval Office.

A Strong
Conservative Heritage

Defending liberty and the Constitution Since 1976

Landmark’s roots can be found in the Reagan Revolution.  Ronald Reagan’s Administration was one of the most effective presidencies of the 20th century.  It changed the trajectory of American history by confronting the Communist bloc abroad and challenging the liberal orthodoxy of domestic policy at home.

President Reagan’s second Attorney General of the United States, Edwin Meese III, implemented Reagan’s vision at the Department of Justice.  Ed Meese, who is a long-serving member of Landmark’s board of directors, promoted constitutional originalism, individual rights, and free markets.  The Reagan Revolution’s impact on the law and the judiciary is still felt today.

After the Administration, Attorney General Meese and many of his top aides like Mark Levin- the guiding lights of the Reagan Department of Justice- came to Landmark to serve in leadership positions.

We are proud of this legacy and maintain it by bringing their traditional conservative approach to the issues of the day.

Mark Levin, Landmark’s chairman of the board

President Trump awards Presidential Medal
of Freedom to Edwin Meese.

Former Senator and Missouri governor Kit Bond, an early president of Landmark Legal Foundation.

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BORDER SECURITY & SANCTUARY CITY

VOTER INTEGRITY

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