Donald Trumps history of using, and many would argue abusing, eminent domain in his business life has surfaced time and again on the campaign trail, with Saturday nights GOP debate as no exception.
There are some ideas so convoluted that only an expert (or wannabe expert) could love them. For example: collateralized debt obligations, which seemed like a good idea until the mortgage meltdown swamped the U.S. economy.
In another bone-headed attempt at messing up the real estate market instead of letting it reset on its own, officials in San Bernardino County have figured out a way to seize property.
Individual rights must take a backseat to community interests. Sound familiar? That’s probably because it’s been the ideology that American presidents have been agreeing to since 1992.
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