Business Owner Russ Caswell and Attorney Scott Bullock discuss their case against the government in their civil asset forfeiture lawsuit.
How ironic would this be, that eventually the owners of the private park would seek to enforce their private property rights, and have the recent tenants removed?
Would that make them "corporate scum"?
Apparently nobody filed for a permit from the city, not that I think they should have to anyway.
"Government Nuisance Abatement Teams forcing residents to destroy their homes and vacate land"
Government officials in California are hard at work getting rid of all the "lone rangers" living in Los Angeles County's Antelope Valley. According to a recent report by www.reason.tv, "armed county inspection squads" are regularly raiding the residences of off-the-grid valley dwellers for alleged code violations, only to later demand that such residents completely destroy their homes and vacate their property.
This is a video series from Matt Ribar and David Kretzmann analyzing AlterNet.org's 8/26/11 article on Ron Paul:
"5 Reasons Progressives Should Treat Ron Paul with Extreme Caution -- 'Cuddly' Libertarian Has Some Very Dark Politics"
More from David Kretzmann:
More from Matt Ribar:
Berea Students for Liberty: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Berea-Students-for-Liberty/25...
Boom-Bust in a Free-Society can only happen in the short-run
---during new product innovation
---the only time to grow wealth
Boom-Bust under Corporatism (even under Capitalism) happens in the mid-to-long run and it happens in the short-run too, just not as dynamically as would happen in a free-society.