Judging from the concerns she expressed during oral arguments in Kelo v. New London, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor is not inclined to impose limits on the ability of local governments to reassign property rights in the name of economic development.
A random walk among issues currently in the news. . . .
Before lawmakers in Florida allow Terri Schiavo, a mentally disabled woman who is fed through a tube, to be starved and dehydrated to death, they ought to take a careful look at the 2000 Census.
Quick quiz: which of these two statements do you find more offensive?
With the decline of the authority of Judeo-Christian values in the West, many people stopped looking to external sources of moral standards in order to decide what is right and wrong.
Americans pride themselves on being a nation of laws, not of men, so here are some suggestions for our government to faithfully enforce our laws.
It's not surprising that the world's richest man came down from the Alps pessimistic.
A multi-billion dollar bailout for a troubled aircraft manufacturer entangled with a senior government official trying to place her brother in the defense industry confirms President Dwight D. Eisenhower's warning of the military-industrial complex.
What has Fox?s hit TV show '24' done to prompt TV Guide to report '24 in Hot Water' and Entertainment Weekly to ask, 'Has ?24? Gone Too Far?'?
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