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It’s Time to Re-Write The Constitution

At Least the Bill of Rights After 227 years, there are obvious failings with the Constitution, sections that have been interpreted, re-interpreted, and misinterpreted for generations. It’s time to examine the ambiguity, and re-write essential sections, most importantly in the … Continue reading

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The Story of Eminent Domain and One Brave Nebraska Judge

As the concept of Eminent Domain developed in common law over centuries, first in Europe and then in the United States, its purpose was noble, serving the common good, so important in fact that it became embodied in the Fifth … Continue reading

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