Instapundit (Glenn Reynolds) discussed the case and had this to say:
|The New York Times is editorializing in favor of Kelo, but has a huge conflict of interest here as it's engaged in self-serving eminent domain procedures itself.|
Yet just above it he added:
|PROFESSOR BAINBRIDGE has an article on the Kelo decision in TechCentralStation today.|
"Self serving conflict of interest"? Talk about the pot and the kettle.