Land Owners Win Right to Challenge Feds Over Control of Private Property

1835 Original Seal for MichiganLand Owners WIN RIGHT to Challenge Reds Over Control of Private Property
When 56 men placed their lives on the line when they signed the Declaration of Independence, they did so with the intent of providing Americans the rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Also among those rights was the right to own and control property.

Under a socialist government, few people have the right to own and control property. The government assumes ownership and control of private property, depriving the people of the rights that we value here in the United States.

However, as our government has started adopting socialistic agendas, they have followed the patterns of other socialist nations. One of those patterns is taking control of private property by means of the Environmental Protections Agency (EPA) and the Army Corps of Engineers.

In 2012, I wrote about how the Army Corp of Engineers sought to control 20 acres of privately owned desert land by deeming a dry desert wash as a waterway of the United States of America. Peter and Frankie Smith from the Santa Fe, New Mexico area took the Army Corps of Engineers to court over the issue.

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