Judge Napolitano: What if the Constitution No Longer Applied?

JHoward Protein Wisdom 12/6/2011

From Taki’s magazine:

What if the whole purpose of the Constitution was to limit the government? What if Congress’s enumerated powers in the Constitution no longer limited Congress, but were actually used as justification to extend Congress’s authority over every realm of human life? What if the president, meant to be […]

Major California Property Rights Victory for Landowners in Eminent Domain Abuse Fight; National City Violated Federal Constitution and State Laws

Institute for Justice April 22, 2011

National City, Calif.—A California gym that mentors at-risk kids scored a knockout legal blow against eminent domain abuse in California. Yesterday, April 21, Judge Steven R. Denton of the Superior Court of California ruled in favor of the Community Youth Athletic Center (CYAC) and against National City, Calif., in […]

Federal Court Halts Shocking Property Rights Abuse

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NJ Town Revives Eminent Domain Abuse of 1950s

Christina Walsh Huffington Post 12/30/2010

…Nancy’s tight-knit community of row homes has crumbled around her at the hands of the Township. Since 2000, officials have been buying up and knocking down the homes under the threat of eminent domain, in a stark replication of 1950s-era urban renewal. There used to be more than 300 row […]

Eminent Domain Threatens Auburn, NY

City seizes private land to create conference center

Freedom Watch FoxNews.com 5/3/2010

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Oberstar’s Clean Water Act amendment a federal seizure of all waters?

Ed Morrissey HotAir.com 4/24/2010

Congressman Jim Obertar (D-MN) wants to amend the Clean Water Act after almost 40 years by removing the word “navigable” when limiting federal jurisdiction. Stephen Hayes, Mara Liasson, Charles Krauthammer, and Bret Baier debate whether Oberstar’s measure would simply solidify current federal authority, or eliminate every last vestige of federalism and […]