The Kelo case, albeit an abomination against the Kelo family, was correctly decided pursuant to the Tenth Amendment (and for the record, I'm such a pro-property rights guy that I think zoning law is illegitimate). To hold that the Federal government should be the sole guarantor of property rights is effectively to accede all power over property to the Federal courts.
Pursuant to Kelo, many States then passed property rights protections superior to the Constitution. The States can then duke it out in the court of Natural Law to determine the best balance between collective v. individual control of property.
“The Kelo case, albeit an abomination against the Kelo family”
It was an abomination against all property owners in the country.