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  • Logan Darrow Clements will be on WCTC 1450 AM to discuss eminent domain Saturday afternoon

    06/22/2006 6:52:41 PM PDT · by shoptalk · 1 replies · 313+ views
    WCTC 1450 AM Radio ^ | June 22, 2006 | Keith Rasmussen and Maggie Glynn
    Logan Darrow Clements will be on Central Jersey 1450 AMs Loud & Clear to discuss eminent domain Saturday afternoon at 4:15 PM Eastern time. The broadcast will stream live at www.wctcam.com . When Mr. Clements last visited Piscataway, NJ, he attended a street fair. His purpose: To ask Mayor Brian C. Wahler why he is using eminent domain to take away a family farm from its rightful owners - the Halpers. "We found Mayor Wahler and started questioning him. He walked away. We followed him and kept questioning him. Within a few moments police officers confronted us. The mayor kept...
  • LOST LIBERTY HOTEL GETS SECOND WIND--AN AIRPORT

    06/19/2006 10:21:15 PM PDT · by Freestar · 22 replies · 1,528+ views
    Freestar Media ^ | 06/06/19 | Logan Darrow Clements
    <p>LOST LIBERTY HOTEL GETS SECOND WIND--AN AIRPORT Eminent Domain for Hot Air Balloons?</p> <p>"I'm looking for a small town in New Hampshire to make a loud roar against the Kelo decision on its anniversary-June 23rd," stated Logan Darrow Clements.</p> <p>According to the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in "Kelo vs. City of New London" a government may use eminent domain to seize homes and land to promote economic development or increase tax revenue. Meanwhile, New Hampshire statute XXXIX chapter 423 allows a town to seize land for an airport outside its border. Since this statute does not require the land to be adjacent territory any town in New Hampshire could seize land inside any other town. Thus any town in New Hampshire could seize David Souter's land in Weare, N.H. or Stephen Breyer's land in Plainfield, N.H. for the creation of an airport.</p>