When, if ever, can the government sieve your property? On this week’s episode, Call For Action President, Shirley Rooker, discusses eminent domain with Professor Ilya Somin of the George Mason University School of Law, including what rights you have as a property owner.

Eminent domain is the government‘s right to sieve private property when it can be used for public good. In particular, Somin discusses the impact of the Supreme Court’s 2005 “Kelo Case,” a ruling that ultimately left both the homeowners and local government involved at a loss.