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Americans, Property Rights and the Supreme Court

Ken Blackwell, Kelo v. City of New London stands as the apogee of Supreme Court cases regarding property rights, especially for conservatives. A narrow 5-4 decision recklessly expanded the scope of eminent domain, allowing private developers and the government to collude and forcibly take private property away from citizens for “public use” under the Takings

UCLA Tramples on Students’ Free Speech

Frontpagemag.com, Former UCLA prof Keith Fink confronts leftist fascism on campus. Editor’s note: The following address was given at UCLA by former UCLA professor and lawyer Keith Fink who achieved great popularity on campus for lecturing on the importance of free speech. Fink was recently fired as a result of a vindictive leftist administrator, UCLA’s

From Yemen to Manhattan: In military courts, the terrorists win, the people lose

Lloyd Billingsley, On November 2, two days after Uzbek Muslim Sayfullo Saipov killed eight people in New York City, U.S. District Court judge Royce Lamberth denied defense requests to halt hearings at Guantanamo in the case against Abd al Rahim al-Nashiri, charged with masterminding the bombing of the USS Cole on October 12, 2000.  Back

No Free Speech Defense For Christian Baker Who Refused To Bake Gay Wedding Cake

Amanda Prestigiacomo, The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has once again showed itself to be useless, or inconsistent at best, rejecting the claim that Colorado-based Christian baker Jack Phillips has free speech protections in refusing to bake a cake for a gay wedding because it conflicted with his deeply held religious beliefs. The Washington Times