Southwest Prophecy Ministries Podcast — Bill Olson Interviewed About Biblical Grid Website

Michael Harless Press Coverage

Our firm’s new website www.biblicalgrid.com is discussed by Bill Olson in this interview with David Schnittger of Southwest Prophecy Ministries.  Our BiblicalGrid website was launched on May 15 as a compendium of Christian and pro-liberty websites, as well as others which regularly report on important matters.  It is our effort to catalog, categorize, and promote important sources of information that help make sense of a world increasingly spinning out of control.  One of the motivations to create this site was the effort by Google, Facebook, YouTube and other such sites to depress traffic at conservative sites.  BiblicalGrid now links to approximately 300 websites, and contains links to dozens of other publications and resources to help understand current issues and trends, and more are being added weekly. Read More

Bill Olson Presents Briefing on Same Sex Marriage Case

Michael Harless Constitutional Law

Today, as the U.S. Supreme Court was concluding oral argument in the four same sex marriage cases, Bill Olson briefed pastors and others on the National Emergency Coalition Conference Call sponsored by S.T.A.N.D. The briefing included discussion of the brief filed in the U.S. Supreme Court by our firm on April 3, 2015.

Link to conference call agenda
Link to Youtube Audio Clip

Herb Titus Speaking at CLE on Fourth Amendment

Michael Harless Appearances, Constitutional Law

Today, Herb Titus spoke at a Conference on Eminent Domain and Land Value Litigation sponsored by the American Law Institute in San Francisco, California.

Herb’s topic was the reemergence of the private property principle in the Fourth Amendment, as reflected in two recent decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court. In United States v. Jones and Jardines v. Florida, the Court ruled that the rights protected by the ban on unreasonable searches and seizures is foremost a protection against trespass against property interests in one’s person, house, paper and effect without regard for the property owner’s expectation of privacy, reasonable or otherwise. Read More