Today’s eminent domain article

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To call it a backlash would hardly do it justice. Calling it an unprecedented uprising to nullify a decision by the highest court in the land would be more accurate.
In the four weeks since the Supreme Court sanctioned the seizure of private homes by municipal governments for private “economic development,” a firestorm of reaction has broken out in state legislatures and in Congress.
Brilliantly stated. When the citizens and politicians are in seemingly unanimous agreement, something must be right with the world.

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  1. Kira Zalan July 31, 2005 at 19:57

    Thankfully, the legislative branch is now busy at work attempting to shield private property rights from the Supreme Court ruling. It seems that the two may have switched roles, with the House defending the Constitution, and the Supreme Court writing new laws.

    I thought I saw Alice the other day! Or maybe it was Justice Souter –skipping in Wonderland, immune to and above the laws he passes.