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Supreme Court Hits Home Run With Unanimous Ruling That Liberals Will Hate
A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the Fish and Wildlife Service was wrong to designate a 1,500 acre tract of land in Louisiana as a “critical habitat” for the endangered dusky gopher frog, even though the species has not lived there for decades.
“I am really overjoyed that an eight to nothing court agreed with me that the service’s decision was absurd and nightmarish for property rights in the United States,” landowner Edward Poitevent told The Daily Caller News Foundation in a Tuesday interview.
“We all actually thought something like this would happen, but what’s really stunning is this is an eight to nothing decision,” Poitevent said.
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originally posted by: rickymouse
originally posted by: Jonjonj
I am sad the 'lil frog is going to be dead now.
If there aren't any there anymore, then they have been dead for a while.
Are they really used to make froglegs?