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LPO Tuesday Talk: Eminent Domain and the Question of “Public Use”

June 23, 2010 by


June 22, 2010 Dear Friend of Liberty, The Libertarian Party of Ohio restates its strong opposition to unnecessary and intrusive government involvement in private lives, as this week marks the five year anniversary of Kelo v City of New London, a contested US Supreme Court decision voted 5-4 that allowed eminent domain to be used […]

Libertarians say Kagan is bad, but bigger problem exists

May 15, 2010 by


Image via Wikipedia WASHINGTON – Wes Benedict, Executive Director of the Libertarian Party, issued the following statement today: “Elena Kagan is another bad pick for the Supreme Court. If confirmed, it is likely that she will vote on cases with the intent of advancing political policy goals. “Kagan will probably vote to advance liberal policy […]