March 18, 2006

Private Property? Until We Take It

Those who believe, as the Founding Fathers did, that private property ownership is a necessary adjunct to the basic freedoms we cherish, must be all the more vigilant about the protection of those rights in the wake of the Supreme Court's Kelo decision. This horrible opinion, which left every individual's private property subject to the whims of local governments and private developers is one of the greatest threats to individual liberty we face. Please visit Castle Coalition published by the Institute of Justice and see the admirable work they do fighting the horrible injustices caused by eminent domain abuse.

2 Comments:

Blogger Craig H said...

I think they should've called it the Kilo of Weed decision.

Sat Mar 18, 10:09:00 PM  
Blogger Myra Langerhas said...

I emailed Castle Coalition, the organization that has fought their ass off to fight eminent domain abuses. Told them they need to better utiliize the bogosphere to their advantage. I hope they do. They have so much sentiment on their side. They need to marshall it effectively.

Sun Mar 19, 01:46:00 AM  

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