I’ve had many posts already on the Kelo case: On the Mises blog (Woops, They Did It Again (Bad Supreme Court! Bad! Bad!)) and the Liberty and Power blog (First Raich, now This (Kelo)). I argue that the Justices’ reasoning is confused, but the right decision was reached: to let the Connecticut taking practice stand. Because the 5th Amendment was never meant to apply to the states.
And in this post on the Palmer Periscope (Palmer on States and the Feds–Kelo), I critique Tom Palmer’s comments on this case and related matters.