If stealing country were a tort, getting it back might be ‘action in replevin’

The difficulty in strengthening local economy comes from the economic and political interests whose success is crowned by centralization. The government school. Federal welfare. Total surveillance. The usual suspects. By David Tuls Thanks to Uncle’s control of entire marketplaces it sometimes is inconceivable that Chattanoogans will ever be their own masters. It is tough to envision local economy when so much of what happens in Chattanooga my hometown — or yours, for that matter — is controlled by people who are far away and care nothing for the city, who operate often as a result of statute, regulation or marketplace … Continue reading If stealing country were a tort, getting it back might be ‘action in replevin’