Fox News' Outnumbered panel discussed the administration's plans to take money away from the military to build the border wall but their senior legal analyst said 80% of it is private property and subject to eminent domain laws.
Donald Trump pushed back at Jeb Bush's attacks on him during this Saturday's debate by going after the Bush family for their use of eminent domain to build the stadium for the Texas Rangers.
ABC, This Week, Feb. 7, 2015.
During a heated exchange on eminent domain, Jeb came out with some solid responses, infuriating Trump.
Republicans can't seem to make up their minds when it comes to private property rights.
So, Rick is all hissy fitting over the government wanting to take land. Uh huh.
From this Saturday's The Journal Editorial Report on Fox, the panel from Uncle Rupert's Wall Street Journal really doesn't like the idea of several counties in California using "eminent domain to seize underwater mortgages from investors and
I wonder how long it will be before the Institute for Justice purges this from their site: Vera Coking, an elderly widow from Atlantic City, knows firsthand the power of unaccountable government agencies. The Institute for Justice successfully
I thought these "Tea Party" candidates were supposed to be against "big government". Rick Sanchez had a somewhat contentious interview with the winner of the Republican gubernatorial race, Carl Paladino and he advocated seizing the site where the Park 51 Islamic Center is being proposed by using eminent domain and he also said that no mosques or Islamic centers should be allowed to be built anywhere the dust cloud that carried human remains was located around ground zero. As Rick Sanchez pointed out to him, that stretched out quite a bit farther than the 1/4 mile or so Paladino was claiming.