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Little Pink House

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In what is perhaps the worst U.S. Supreme Court decision in my lifetime (although here is one of a handful of competitors for that awful honor), the highest court in the land sunk to the low depths at which typical politicians slither.  The Court in Kelo did so by distorting the plain meaning of the U.S. Constitution into a grant of power to governments to seize private property whenever governments assert that they’re doing so for good reasons. Now there’s a movie, about which George Will writes, on this travesty of justice by five justices. Here’s the trailer.  Comments

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In what is perhaps the worst U.S. Supreme Court decision in my lifetime (although here is one of a handful of competitors for that awful honor), the highest court in the land sunk to the low depths at which typical politicians slither.  The Court in Kelo did so by distorting the plain meaning of the U.S. Constitution into a grant of power to governments to seize private property whenever governments assert that they’re doing so for good reasons.

Now there’s a movie, about which George Will writes, on this travesty of justice by five justices.

Here’s the trailer.

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He is a professor of economics at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. Previously, he was president of the Foundation for Economic Education.

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