New London's lies

The infamous trampling of the Constitution known as Kelo v. New London was supposed to be absolutely necessary and urgently needed to spur economic development, increase tax revenue, and usher in a new age of prosperity for the city. The property now sits abandoned, overrun by weeds and feral cats. This is the great government cause for which homes were ruined. An allegorical tale of the result of idealism and ‘good intentions.’ How’s that vaunted tax revenue and ‘best use’ working out for ya?

By | 2009-10-17T22:54:27+00:00 October 17th, 2009|Eminent Domain, Government, Property Rights|Comments Off on New London's lies

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