Galt’s Gulch invaded?

What’s the accuracy content of this story about California land use disputes?

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6 Responses to Galt’s Gulch invaded?

  1. Dave says:

    L.A. County is huge. It contains a lot of urban area and a lot of desert. Not surprisingly, the urban area dominates. L.A. County also has a government with a god complex. You do the math.

  2. Proof that as long as their are property taxes and building codes, you don’t truly own your land. You are just renting it from the government.

  3. perspicuity says:

    i feel bad for these folx. as many of them seem to have the time, but not the inclination before, the news they are becoming political is good.

    they can form a property owner’s association, and pass their own rules, and push them through later as law; there might be other provisions a good property lawyer can pre-emptively get going. for instance, not allowing anyone on THEIR roads (rights of way, etc, fencing things in, and good neighbor policies that say in advance that you cannot complain about tractor trailers, junk, etc… then they will be more teflon proof from outsider interference…

  4. perlhaqr says:

    Man, if you’d asked me to write a story designed to just piss me off, I don’t know if I could have come up with anything better than that one.

    I just absolutely hate bureaucratic zoning bastards, just getting their jollies from telling other people how to live.

  5. Weston says:

    Every time I read a story like this, it always hammers into my mind how it is possible that so often, “average, ordinary cops” are willing to place their jobs and promotions ahead of common decency. Swat teams to enforce a zoning restriction? Seems almost surreal.

    Every day it seems we’re shocked by some new injustice. I wonder if we’ll ever be shocked enough to stand up and say “I’m not taking this anymore.”

    • Bryan S. says:

      1 or 10 saying “Im not going to take this anymore” are kooks. 10,000 are a movement. I dont think enough people in that area care about liberty enough to stand for right and their fellow Californians.

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