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The old adage of "give them an inch and they'll take a mile", certainly applies to what has been happening with individual and property rights in recent years. Notwithstanding the protections of the Constitution, Americans are at risk of losing many of these rights. More often than not, the new rules purport to protect citizens from unforeseen (and often unsubstantiated) dangers. But does alienating the individual from his or her rights really protect them? And doesn't the Constitution talk about "unalienable" rights?

On The Commons this week is Stephen Merrill. Steve, one of the founders of the Virginia based Unalienable Rights Foundation ( , is an attorney who not only believes in the preservation of property rights but has written an amicus in an eminent domain case. Please tune in to On The Commons. We'll talk a little about eminent domain, double taxation and how citizens can protect their rights and property in an age of ever increasing burdens places on the individual.  Download Stephen Merrill
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