In social engineering coup, city throws 1,500 souls onto streets without due process

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A Christian and free market analysis of the eviction of 1,500 people in East Ridge, Tenn., posits several points. The landlord was denied due process. The residents were denied due process when many were evicted without notice in the night amid a thunderstorm. The eviction over two days by the city manager was under executive authority in a purported necessity, and very likely an abusive use of police power. Commercial government at its best, a strand of social engineering still hidden from view as the story develops. Courtesy AM 1240 Hot News Talk Radio.

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