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Kelo backlash continues

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June 26, 2006
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California voters, liberal but often surprisingly full of good sense, may have the opportunity to strike a blow for freedom this November: Property rights activists in 11 states, including California, also are responding to the ruling, called Kelo vs. City of New London, by supporting ballot initiatives to restrict land seizures and protect landowners....

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Dont miss…

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June 26, 2006
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OpinionJournal’s tribute this morning to Howlin’ Mad Murtha.

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SCOTUS First Amendment Smackdown!

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June 26, 2006
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The Roberts-Alito Court to Vermont librofascists: Get lost!

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The RNC’s greatest allies: California’s moronic Democrat voters

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June 26, 2006
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If the Republicans hold their majority in Congress this November, they’ll have unusual allies to thank: California’s idiotic Democrat voters. California voters voted last November to allow incumbents to continue designing their own districts so that they can never be thrown out. It doesn’t matter how upset voters are with their representatives. Custom-drawn districts...

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In praise of mediocrity

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June 26, 2006
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Jimmy Carter’s wanna-be Senator son: How are you different from him? Dad tends to focus on one thing. If he was going to be a candidate, he was going to be the best candidate there ever was. If he was going to be a governor, or a peanut warehouseman or whatever, he was going...

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SF Pride

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June 25, 2006
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UPDATED:I’ll throw this link to my SF Pride pics. Safe for work, nothing “salacious” this time. I know this topic has grown tiresome for some. I’m done with it.

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Victor Davis Hanson on…

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June 25, 2006
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Why the Dems don’t have a chance of winning.

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Univ. of Calif. corruption scandal suicide

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June 24, 2006
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Those of you from outside of California may not have heard about the University of California corruption scandal. Fatcat administrators have been giving themselves and their colleagues undisclosed, and apparently illegal, massive perks including five-figure housing allowances and six-figure severance packages. Today the UC Santa Cruz Chancellor, one of many key figures in the...

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Another Saturday in Frisco

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June 24, 2006
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If you don’t like lesbians or bare flesh, don’t click here.

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Bush vs. Kelo

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June 24, 2006
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Yesterday I posted about the anniversary of the Kelo vs. New London ruling, and a few things people can do to fight back. You can support state and federal bills to limit eminent domain. You can contribute to defeat anti-property-rights RINO Joe Schwarz. This morning I see that our boy Bushie took a stand...

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Kelo update: take Souter’s home!

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June 23, 2006
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Our friends at Freestar Media ran a campaign to apply Supreme Court Justice David Souter’s ruling to his own property, and turn his house into the Lost Liberty Hotel. Souter’s city council didn’t support the idea, but were the forces of freedom deterred? Of course not! Welcome to the Lost Liberty Airport: An undisclosed...

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Happy Birthday Kelo

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June 23, 2006
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It’s been one year since the four “progressives” on the Supreme Court colluded with switch-hitter Anthony Kennedy to destroy private property rights in the Kelo vs. New London decision. How has this changed life for greedy developers? Pre-Kelo: A developer wants to turn your house into a strip mall or a condo complex. He...

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In other news, Kofi Annan doesn’t like scrutiny of UN corruption

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June 22, 2006
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Poll: Europeans don’t like Bush. Unions don’t like Wal-Mart. Simon doesn’t like Garfunkel. What else is new?

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A trifecta at OpinionJournal

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June 22, 2006
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Three great columns this morning at OpinionJournal: Peggy Noonan: Washington Democrats think their core voters are barking mad. Clint Bolick: Democrats for (school) choice. Editorial: A barbaric enemy disqualified from the Geneva Conventions.

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Kos-ola

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June 21, 2006
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Just in case anyone’s missed it the past day or two, here’s a good timeline of the Kos-ola scandal. Basically, left-winger and DLC-hater Kos suddenly warms up to DLC moderates when they hire his buddy as a consultant and start buying ads on his site. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. UPDATE: Kos...

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