Below Curt Levey delivers
the bad news (nearly 6,000 properties taken with or threatened by eminent domain for private use in the last year) and the good news (democratically elected bodies on the state and federal level can, and in some cases, have already done something about it) on the one-year anniversary of Kelo
In a rather frightening article
for TCS Daily, Tim Worstall reports on the absymal state of property rights in the UK. Is this where we're headed if Congress and state legislatures don't protect the public from eminent domain abuse?