Ten years ago the Supreme Court ruled that "public use" included "economic development." Another Connecticut case might give them a chance to change their minds.


It’s a simple fact that police can’t always be where they’re needed. Most officers not only acknowledge that fact, but support the right of Americans to defend themselves.

Although Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer took an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution, he has made clear in his new book, The Court and the World: American Law and the New Global Realities, that he violated that oath by supporting the use of foreign law in American courts.





County sheriffs backed by informed citizens are a crucial barrier to a national police state.

The ratio of representation prescribed by Article I of the Constitution is nearly universally ignored, to the detriment of the governed.

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