Institute for Justice guy now on Arizona Supreme Court

ThinkProgress finds this “chilling.”

Boy, I sure don’t.  Without IJ, would people have known about eminent domain abuse?  I don’t think so.  They brought the case that was ultimately lost in the Supreme Court, but that resulted in many states changing their laws to prevent municipalities from seizing land from a private owner to give it to another private owner for a private business.

Check it out for yourself.  I don’t understand why ThinkProgress would object to the work of this charity.  IJ defends individuals against entrenched interests, often big corporations or other similar organizations, who use our government to stifle competition and violate the rights of individuals in a variety of ways.

Good for you, Clint Bolick!  Keep on doing your thing!

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