Kelo v. City of New London: Only at great risk do we deny the past!

Part of the beauty in the design of our Constitution was the intentional difficulty in passing amendments. The intention was to insulate the rule of law from the whim of fashionable public sentiment and the shifting sands of emotional or personal opinion. When Supreme Court justices deny this Constitutional intent and rule instead by their personal passions they threaten the very type of action illustrated at The Hedgehog Blog.

The Hedgehog Blog: Kelo v. City of New London: An Analysis Using, Well, An Ancient Source

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