Thursday, 7 July 2005

Kelo, eminent domain, and guns

Two radio interviews for you this morning, neither of which I've yet listened to myself (I confess) but both of which come very highly recommended.

The first covers the Kelo vNew London land grab okayed by the US Supreme Court, an 'eminent domain' decision called by Property Rights activist, Erich Veyhl "the logic of destruction." Eminent domain? We call it economic fascism. Vehyl's interview with Prodos is here (and an earlier Prodos interview on the subject of eminent domain is here.)

The second interview is on something somewhat related -- I'll let you draw the link yourself: the right to keep and near arms in defence, on which subject British libertarian Sean Gabb is interviewed on Radio Lancashire. The link is here.

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