And We Thought Taking Our Houses Was Bad…

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Michael Crichton's new book apparently involves a plot to harvest revolutionary cancer-fighting cells from a man who shows a resistance to the disease.  When the plot … ›

A Sword With Two Edges

A California city council has voted to condemn property owned by Wal-Mart, most likely due to the chain's unpopularity in some political circles.  This is wrong, but Wal-Mart certainly is … ›

License to Steal

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler This freelance writer takes a very harsh stance on eminent domain abuse, citing Tim Sandefur's book for his argument.  There's not a better place to start … ›

The Great Property Rights Revival

by Timothy Sandefur National Review Online has published my article on the November elections and property rights.

Kelo and Thanksgiving

by Timothy Sandefur It was on the day before Thanksgiving in 2000 that Susette Kelo and her neighbors received notices that they were to be thrown out of their homes … ›

Thank You, Kermit Roosevelt

by Timothy Sandefur From Prof. Roosevelt’s new book, The Myth of Judicial Activism: Calling Kelo a takings clause case is in some ways a misnomer. The takings clause requires the … ›

Podcast on Eminent Domain Reform

by Timothy Sandefur Today's Cato Institute Daily Podcast features a brief discussion with me about the successes of eminent domain reform initiatives earlier this month.

Stay Granted in Long Branch

The eminent domain case in Long Branch, New Jersey, one of the three most important eminent domain cases going on right now, has been stayed. Victory for the property owners!…for … ›

Resolved in Riviera Beach

Busy times indeed in Riviera Beach, Florida.  Last week the city council passed a resolution declaring an "intention" to comply with Florida's new eminent domain law.  Yet as the linked … ›

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And We Thought Taking Our Houses Was Bad…

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Michael Crichton's new book apparently involves a plot to harvest revolutionary cancer-fighting cells from a man who shows a resistance to the disease.  When the plot … ›

A Sword With Two Edges

A California city council has voted to condemn property owned by Wal-Mart, most likely due to the chain's unpopularity in some political circles.  This is wrong, but Wal-Mart certainly is … ›

License to Steal

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler This freelance writer takes a very harsh stance on eminent domain abuse, citing Tim Sandefur's book for his argument.  There's not a better place to start … ›

The Great Property Rights Revival

by Timothy Sandefur National Review Online has published my article on the November elections and property rights.

Kelo and Thanksgiving

by Timothy Sandefur It was on the day before Thanksgiving in 2000 that Susette Kelo and her neighbors received notices that they were to be thrown out of their homes … ›

Thank You, Kermit Roosevelt

by Timothy Sandefur From Prof. Roosevelt’s new book, The Myth of Judicial Activism: Calling Kelo a takings clause case is in some ways a misnomer. The takings clause requires the … ›

Podcast on Eminent Domain Reform

by Timothy Sandefur Today's Cato Institute Daily Podcast features a brief discussion with me about the successes of eminent domain reform initiatives earlier this month.

Stay Granted in Long Branch

The eminent domain case in Long Branch, New Jersey, one of the three most important eminent domain cases going on right now, has been stayed. Victory for the property owners!…for … ›

Resolved in Riviera Beach

Busy times indeed in Riviera Beach, Florida.  Last week the city council passed a resolution declaring an "intention" to comply with Florida's new eminent domain law.  Yet as the linked … ›

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And We Thought Taking Our Houses Was Bad…

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Michael Crichton's new book apparently involves a plot to harvest revolutionary cancer-fighting cells from a man who shows a resistance to the disease.  When the plot … ›

A Sword With Two Edges

A California city council has voted to condemn property owned by Wal-Mart, most likely due to the chain's unpopularity in some political circles.  This is wrong, but Wal-Mart certainly is … ›

License to Steal

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler This freelance writer takes a very harsh stance on eminent domain abuse, citing Tim Sandefur's book for his argument.  There's not a better place to start … ›

The Great Property Rights Revival

by Timothy Sandefur National Review Online has published my article on the November elections and property rights.

Kelo and Thanksgiving

by Timothy Sandefur It was on the day before Thanksgiving in 2000 that Susette Kelo and her neighbors received notices that they were to be thrown out of their homes … ›

Thank You, Kermit Roosevelt

by Timothy Sandefur From Prof. Roosevelt’s new book, The Myth of Judicial Activism: Calling Kelo a takings clause case is in some ways a misnomer. The takings clause requires the … ›

Podcast on Eminent Domain Reform

by Timothy Sandefur Today's Cato Institute Daily Podcast features a brief discussion with me about the successes of eminent domain reform initiatives earlier this month.

Stay Granted in Long Branch

The eminent domain case in Long Branch, New Jersey, one of the three most important eminent domain cases going on right now, has been stayed. Victory for the property owners!…for … ›

Resolved in Riviera Beach

Busy times indeed in Riviera Beach, Florida.  Last week the city council passed a resolution declaring an "intention" to comply with Florida's new eminent domain law.  Yet as the linked … ›

And We Thought Taking Our Houses Was Bad…

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler Michael Crichton's new book apparently involves a plot to harvest revolutionary cancer-fighting cells from a man who shows a resistance to the disease.  When the plot … ›

A Sword With Two Edges

A California city council has voted to condemn property owned by Wal-Mart, most likely due to the chain's unpopularity in some political circles.  This is wrong, but Wal-Mart certainly is … ›

License to Steal

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler This freelance writer takes a very harsh stance on eminent domain abuse, citing Tim Sandefur's book for his argument.  There's not a better place to start … ›

The Great Property Rights Revival

by Timothy Sandefur National Review Online has published my article on the November elections and property rights.

Kelo and Thanksgiving

by Timothy Sandefur It was on the day before Thanksgiving in 2000 that Susette Kelo and her neighbors received notices that they were to be thrown out of their homes … ›

Thank You, Kermit Roosevelt

by Timothy Sandefur From Prof. Roosevelt’s new book, The Myth of Judicial Activism: Calling Kelo a takings clause case is in some ways a misnomer. The takings clause requires the … ›

Podcast on Eminent Domain Reform

by Timothy Sandefur Today's Cato Institute Daily Podcast features a brief discussion with me about the successes of eminent domain reform initiatives earlier this month.

Stay Granted in Long Branch

The eminent domain case in Long Branch, New Jersey, one of the three most important eminent domain cases going on right now, has been stayed. Victory for the property owners!…for … ›

Resolved in Riviera Beach

Busy times indeed in Riviera Beach, Florida.  Last week the city council passed a resolution declaring an "intention" to comply with Florida's new eminent domain law.  Yet as the linked … ›