The libertarian law firm the Institute for Justice has two items worth a look.
First, an op-ed piece by Christina Walsh in the Daily Caller on how authorities in Montgomery, Alabama are trampling private property rights under a state law that gives cities the power to demolish structures that "due to poor design, obsolescence, or neglect, have become unsafe to the extent of becoming public nuisances…and [are] causing or may cause a blight or blighting influence on the city and the neighborhoods in which [they are] located." Reason magazine has a post about this, too.
Second, a piece by Bert Gall at the IJ "make no law" blog about the anti-Target campaign we commented on here earlier. Mr. Gall makes the point that MoveOn.org is being hypocritical by criticizing Target for exercising its corporate free speech rights, when Moveon.org is itself a corporation engaging in free speech.