Nanny-State Madness: Woman Faces Jail Over Veggie Garden | Breaking news and opinion on The Blaze

“We only want to help you.” Public servants or totalitarian masters? You decide. First up, we have a family harassed by the government over their small vegetable garden.

Nanny-State Madness: Woman Faces Jail Over Veggie Garden | Breaking news and opinion on The Blaze.

Next, we have Cedar Falls government demanding universal keys and unlimited access to an entire community’s private property at their discretion. It is “necessary” they are told, for the “public good.”

City Government demands all keys to properties belonging to Cedar Falls residents.

Traditionally, property ownership was said to include a “bundle of rights. That was then. This is now. Once the constitution is off the table, so are your rights.

Update:

Additional coverage on VeggieGate from The New American.

By | 2011-07-11T19:17:30+00:00 July 9th, 2011|Eminent Domain, Government, Property Rights|2 Comments

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