The Supremes have decided that local government can condemn land and give it to developers who will develop the land for an increased tax to the government.
Nothing to see here, folks. Go on back to your homes and families. It was just the Supreme Court doing their job.
Now, a mere few days after the decision it turns out that Justice Souter, who voted in favor of the condemnation for incresed tax revenue, may soon be homeless, if a real estate developer gets his way and causes the judge's property to be condemned.
Oh, please. Please let it be so. We really need this one. We need to know there is a cosmic sense of humor and proportion that strikes once in a while.