eminent domain

The Republican Party is facing a serious crisis of identity. On the one hand, they stand up for property rights in their
Am I the only one who's noticed some really rotten moves by some wealthy business people and corporations?
No wonder the Mexicans view the U.S. with a jaundiced eye. The Canadians might want to start doing the same. Polk wasn't
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As the GOP campaign focus turns to Florida, Trump should emphasize the policy role of eminent domain, ignored by Bush and Rubio not for ideological reasons but because they would never bite the sugary hands that feed them.
The current status of eminent domain law in the United States, however, doesn't square with Cruz's, and now Bush's, fear-mongering over the issue. In essence, Cruz and Bush are trying to make Trump the boogeyman here. And while there may indeed be plenty of grounds for pinning that moniker on Trump, eminent domain does not appear to be one of them.
Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.
A high-energy clash between the two Republican presidential candidates.
Big oil lost a skirmish in late December when North Dakota Grand Forks District Judge Debbie Kleven ordered Canada's Enbridge Energy Partners to pay farmland owner James Botsford $45 thousand of $60 thousand in attorney fees.
You can't have progressive government without leaving skin on the sidewalk. That's the essence of Professor Jedediah Purdy's jeremiad against Professor Ilya Somin's recent book, The Grasping Hand: Kelo v. City of New London and the Limits of Eminent Domain.