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Eminent Domain

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Stateless Statements

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

News Link • Global Reported By Nicholas Shankin
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CBS News

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.

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The International Libertarian

"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.

News Link • Global Reported By Darren Wolfe
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Washington Post

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.

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Arizona Republic

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.

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by William N. Grigg (Pro Liberate)

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

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