Eminent Domain and Kelo V The City of New London

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Roger Bianco of the Leadership Program of the Rockies joins Kim to discuss eminent domain and the Supreme Court's disappointing stance on Kelo v. The City of New London.

What makes the American Idea unique among all of the governments throughout history? One of the foundational pieces is property rights. We take them for granted. Today, politicians, bureaucrats and interested parties are devising all kinds of ways to take away our property rights. Roger Bianco, Leadership Program of the Rockies alumni, joins Kim. to talk about the famous Supreme Court Kelo case.

Bianco has also written an excellent piece on the Kelo case, as well as the importance of property rights and the need to limit government abuse in regards to eminent domain. You can read it here.

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