No S—, Sherlock!

by Timothy Sandefur Columbia Law Professor Thomas Merrill has a new article out on the connection between morality and property. It's not a thorough explanation of the moral rightness of … ›

"River of Greed"

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler If I'm reading this right, one author claims that eminent domain will "drive up the price of the land" a local government in Florida is looking … ›

Developer Takes on City Hall And Wins, Thanks to Prop. 207

by Timothy Sandefur Laurie Roberts of the Arizona Republic has this excellent article on Phoenix's repeal of its "historic designation" ordinance, which would have severely restricted property rights of many … ›

Maryland's Highest Court Says: We Mean It!

by Timothy Sandefur This article in the Baltimore Sun explains that the Maryland Court of Appeals has once again struck down an attempt by the city of Baltimore to exploit … ›

Has the Kelo Backlash Been Effective?

by Timothy Sandefur Bert Gall from the Institute for Justice and Prof. Ilya Somin at the Volokh Conspiracy have a bit of a debate going over whether the nation's reaction … ›

More on Fake Eminent Domain Reform in California

by Timothy Sandefur Prof. Ilya Somin has some important comments on the League of Cities' eminent domain "reform" ballot initiative. As he concludes, this initiative does reinforce my general thesis … ›

Start Spreadin' The News

by Timothy Sandefur I just got back from New York, where I spoke at Columbia Law School about eminent domain and related matters. The Columbia ACS blog has the details.

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No S—, Sherlock!

by Timothy Sandefur Columbia Law Professor Thomas Merrill has a new article out on the connection between morality and property. It's not a thorough explanation of the moral rightness of … ›

"River of Greed"

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler If I'm reading this right, one author claims that eminent domain will "drive up the price of the land" a local government in Florida is looking … ›

Developer Takes on City Hall And Wins, Thanks to Prop. 207

by Timothy Sandefur Laurie Roberts of the Arizona Republic has this excellent article on Phoenix's repeal of its "historic designation" ordinance, which would have severely restricted property rights of many … ›

Maryland's Highest Court Says: We Mean It!

by Timothy Sandefur This article in the Baltimore Sun explains that the Maryland Court of Appeals has once again struck down an attempt by the city of Baltimore to exploit … ›

Has the Kelo Backlash Been Effective?

by Timothy Sandefur Bert Gall from the Institute for Justice and Prof. Ilya Somin at the Volokh Conspiracy have a bit of a debate going over whether the nation's reaction … ›

More on Fake Eminent Domain Reform in California

by Timothy Sandefur Prof. Ilya Somin has some important comments on the League of Cities' eminent domain "reform" ballot initiative. As he concludes, this initiative does reinforce my general thesis … ›

Start Spreadin' The News

by Timothy Sandefur I just got back from New York, where I spoke at Columbia Law School about eminent domain and related matters. The Columbia ACS blog has the details.

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No S—, Sherlock!

by Timothy Sandefur Columbia Law Professor Thomas Merrill has a new article out on the connection between morality and property. It's not a thorough explanation of the moral rightness of … ›

"River of Greed"

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler If I'm reading this right, one author claims that eminent domain will "drive up the price of the land" a local government in Florida is looking … ›

Developer Takes on City Hall And Wins, Thanks to Prop. 207

by Timothy Sandefur Laurie Roberts of the Arizona Republic has this excellent article on Phoenix's repeal of its "historic designation" ordinance, which would have severely restricted property rights of many … ›

Maryland's Highest Court Says: We Mean It!

by Timothy Sandefur This article in the Baltimore Sun explains that the Maryland Court of Appeals has once again struck down an attempt by the city of Baltimore to exploit … ›

Has the Kelo Backlash Been Effective?

by Timothy Sandefur Bert Gall from the Institute for Justice and Prof. Ilya Somin at the Volokh Conspiracy have a bit of a debate going over whether the nation's reaction … ›

More on Fake Eminent Domain Reform in California

by Timothy Sandefur Prof. Ilya Somin has some important comments on the League of Cities' eminent domain "reform" ballot initiative. As he concludes, this initiative does reinforce my general thesis … ›

Start Spreadin' The News

by Timothy Sandefur I just got back from New York, where I spoke at Columbia Law School about eminent domain and related matters. The Columbia ACS blog has the details.

No S—, Sherlock!

by Timothy Sandefur Columbia Law Professor Thomas Merrill has a new article out on the connection between morality and property. It's not a thorough explanation of the moral rightness of … ›

"River of Greed"

by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler If I'm reading this right, one author claims that eminent domain will "drive up the price of the land" a local government in Florida is looking … ›

Developer Takes on City Hall And Wins, Thanks to Prop. 207

by Timothy Sandefur Laurie Roberts of the Arizona Republic has this excellent article on Phoenix's repeal of its "historic designation" ordinance, which would have severely restricted property rights of many … ›

Maryland's Highest Court Says: We Mean It!

by Timothy Sandefur This article in the Baltimore Sun explains that the Maryland Court of Appeals has once again struck down an attempt by the city of Baltimore to exploit … ›

Has the Kelo Backlash Been Effective?

by Timothy Sandefur Bert Gall from the Institute for Justice and Prof. Ilya Somin at the Volokh Conspiracy have a bit of a debate going over whether the nation's reaction … ›

More on Fake Eminent Domain Reform in California

by Timothy Sandefur Prof. Ilya Somin has some important comments on the League of Cities' eminent domain "reform" ballot initiative. As he concludes, this initiative does reinforce my general thesis … ›

Start Spreadin' The News

by Timothy Sandefur I just got back from New York, where I spoke at Columbia Law School about eminent domain and related matters. The Columbia ACS blog has the details.