Hello Dear friends everywhere: the US, Montenegro, Malaysia, Philippines, Nigeria, South Korea, Italy, Canada, Spain, Portugal, Ukraine, Guatemala, Netherlands, India, and all! 😉
Who gives the Federal government its power?
Who gives the U.S. government its power?
According to the constitution, the power of the government stems from the power of the people who give the government that power. They vote and choose representatives such as the congress members or the president who make decisions for them.
Who control the lands in the US?
Federal lands are lands in the United States owned by the federal government. Pursuant to the Property Clause of the United States Constitution (Article 4, section 3, clause 2), the Congress has the power to retain, buy, sell, and regulate federal lands,
The federal government owns about 640 million acres of land in the United States, about 28% of the total land area of 2.27 billion acres. The majority of federal lands (610.1 million acres in 2015) are administered by the Bureau of …
Is this why the people are homeless and can’t get a decent house to call it home?
Then why don’t they give the people the land and let them build their own homes? Calculate the available areas and divide it among the poor people who can build their own homes.
Think about it, it would be wonderful solution.
Can the Federal government seize a private land?
The government can and does, seize private property, but only in rare cases and through a legal process called eminent domain, which is when land or other property is seized “for the greater good.” However, the government is required to pay fair market value for whatever they seize.
Should this law be changed? Should it be reformed? What do you think?
Greetings to Nebraska’s solution in defending its 2nd amendment: Watch