Tag: U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
Fox News on Montgomery’s Eminent Domain Through the Back Door

In my capacity as chair of the Alabama State Advisory Committee of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights I am featured today in two Fox stories (print and television). Our committee has been investigating eminent domain as a civil rights issue. The stories describe how “eminent domain through the back door” has become commonplace...
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NRO Blog on Eminent Domain Meeting in Montgomery Tomorrow: From Rosa Parks to Kelo

NRO‘s “The Corner” has run my post on tomorrow’s meeting. If you value property rights, please come! Here is an excerpt: What is happening to property owners in Montgomery? Jimmy McCall would like to know. Last year, the city government went back on an agreement and used a “blight” law and demolished his house,...
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“Comparable Worth” Harms Women and Minorities

With much fanfare, the first bill signed into law by President Barack Obama is the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, which proponents believe will end pay discrimination against working women and minorities. The Act reinstates by congressional legislation the decision of a lower case in Alabama against Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company which was...
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