Most castle doctrine cases tend to include self-defense against home invasions, attempted burglaries, and trespassing.
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In a way, states can have their own armies. “State Defense Forces” are military units under the exclusive control of individual U.S. states.
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Eminent domain abuse occurs when the government unfairly seizes private property without meeting the standards of just compensation or public use.
Filing taxes is so hard because the tax code is a complete mess and the tax preparation companies have spent millions to make your life more difficult.
Allowing law enforcement to fly cameras over our houses and past our windows shatters the veil of privacy that private property provides. Americans ought to be free from the expectation that the state could be watching everything they do through an airborne telephoto lens.