Seattle’s city council voted unanimously Monday to use eminent domain to take private property.
In the city of Philadelphia, a group of property owners are rightfully outraged by the local government’s attempts to forcibly confiscate their rightfully-owned land through the use of eminent domain laws. These property seizures are being conducted
The feds’ are exercising eminent domain along the Mexico border– buying up property- but paying very little for it. Landowners in Santa Cruz county are livid.
While one can have sympathy for the over-levered, underwater homeowners that took free-money with both hands and feet as house prices surged in the mid-2000s (just like they are now) but the latest moves to 'save' people from themselves in the city o
Imagine driving up to your home – or vacation home – and realizing it’s not there. It happened in the Lake Worth section of Fort Worth last Friday when a city subcontracted demolition crew took down the wrong house.
"I don't need consent" is what Councilwoman Maria Quiñones-Sánchez of Philadelphia said about the seizure of property she is pushing. She also said that something being legal makes it moral.
Somewhat dated, this is one of those stories that often never makes it to the Front Page of any newspaper or website. It’s a story about Property Rights and Eminent domain. It’s the story of one man who tried to fight back; and sadly it’s the story o
Rob Hinojosa (RevolutionCarBadges.Com) - Cody Wilson (Defense Distributed and 3D Gun Printing) on DEFCAD - Pasha Roberts (Silver Circle Movie) on their premier showing at Liberty Forum this past weekend in New Hampshire.
The non-profit group is asking the Supreme Court “to make it clear that the Constitution forbids any kind of shakedown in the permitting process: money grabs (such as the Koontz family was hit with) are just as unconstitutional as land grabs.”
The city of Riviera Beach, Fla., trying to evict Lozman, declared it a “vessel” and used maritime law to win a judgment against the former Marine. The city bought the floating home when it was being auctioned to satisfy the judgment and destroyed it.
It’s hard to imagine that government abuse of the Takings Clause could get any worse than that, but one such unfortunate case has arisen in Guam — which, as a U.S. territory, is covered by the Constitution.
The Attorney For Freedom Show 12-13-12 on KQCK Live Radio with special guests Ernest Hancock and Butler Shaffer.
Tune in to today's Attorney For Freedom Show on KQCK Live at 1:00 pm MST. Marc's guests today will be Professor Butler Shaffer and Ernest Hancock.
The Grays obtained permission from a Clearcreek to use their residential driveway to get to buildings on the Montgomery County portion of their land. The buildings house the Grays’ storage and landscaping businesses. But following complaints from nei
Will Grigg (award-winning investigative journalist, writer, producer) on the status of civil liberties in America, good cop vs. bad cop, freedom good...government bad
The United States is quickly descending down the path of serfdom in a 21st century application of modern day feudalism.Entered By: Dave Hodges
TODAY'S SHOW IS A REPEAT OF THE BEST OF FREEDOM'S PHOENIX
I want to take this opportunity to address the minority of Ron Paul supporters that don’t feel that their traditional Republican values are being represented by a sea of Ron Paul Revolution signs. (Behind the LOV3olution from the beginning)
Federal civil asset forfeiture complaint in the matter of United States of America v. One Tyrannosaurus Bataar Skeleton. This is an unusual case as the government’s case nakedly asserts, with no supporting evidence, that
In my previous post about how the Sacramento Co. District Attorney continues to push the prosecution of Robert Adams for child molestation even though there is no evidence, I said it was part of the typical “bleed ‘em and plead ‘em” strategy employed
Wireless routers already support a technology that might make the idea feasible—creation of guest networks that home owners can use to grant visitors access to the Internet. But the proposal—laid out in a new paper in the peer-reviewed International
In 1892, 20 years before Arizona became a state, a pioneer family settled a dusty patch of desert along the Salt River near what is now Tempe Beach Park. Through the decades, that land passed from one generation down to the next.
The State of Utah wants citizens to register their gardens to keep track of food resources. (Video)
Santos Cruz still remembers the first time he heard the demolition crews. "They came without any warning at 6 a.m. outside my home," he said in a recent interview with The Huffington Post. "The ground started shaking and there was a tremendous amount
Crosby Peck, owner or Rogers Campground in Lancaster, NH (site of Porcfest 2012). Ernest is back home and will be broadcasting live from his home studio in Phoenix, AZ - Jeff Flake for POTUS... well US Senate first... will there be an "L" cand.
They commissioned a 375-square-foot banner and hung it on their building to protest the taking. The banner worked. Almost immediately, Central Radio started getting calls and letters of support from Norfolk-area residents
Ibraham Qatabi talks about what is going on in Yemen - Steve Neil provides an update on the AZ Centennial Medallions and the AZ GOP State Convention - Ira Miller talks about an open market for advertising using twitter
It seems that Mr. Del Rio had an underground bunker, and apparently in Austin, Texas that enough to have the SWAT team storm your home and hold you at gun point.
In Vietnam, Peter Doan Van Vuon, a farmer who fought back when police came to confiscate his farm, is widely regarded as a hero. His neighbors have actually considered building a statue in his honor. In the United States, he would almost certainly be
Drew Phillips in studio to discuss upcoming trip to Liberty Forum in Keene, New Hampshire - Muhammad Sahimi, professor and writer, discusses Iran