...private property rights...Have been irrelevant since Kelo vs. City of New London.JLCNo, they haven't. Property rights are not binary. They are analog.I look at them as more binary. You can either do what you want or you can't.Analog is like trying to be a little bit pregnant, IMHO.JLC, who likes things black & white, not 50 shades of grey.Well, we *definitely* disagree on this one. A property right represents freedom, and the amount of freedom to use your property as you wish is most definitely not binary.Think of a business. The amount of regulations that you must comply with reduces your freedom and therefore your property rights, but it does not completely eliminate your property rights.
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