Seem to be getting her July 4th article...and her recent one doesn't seem to be listed online.
I happened to have glanced at her article this morning; I usually read her but my alarm didn't function too well this morning. As for the gist of her article, I wholeheartedly agree that the Supreme Court just blatantly violated one of the primary principles of the Constitution.
"As one who cares a whale of a lot more about personal rights than property rights, let me leap right into the fray over a Supreme Court decision on the side of the property rights advocates, many of whom I normally consider nutballs. But at least they're more in touch with reality than a majority of the Supreme Court.
"The justice who nailed this one was Sandra Day O'Connor, bless her. She wrote in dissent: "The beneficiaries are likely to be those citizens with disproportionate influence and power in the political process, including large corporations and development firms. As for the victims, the government now has license to transfer property from those with fewer resources to those with more. The Founders cannot have intended this perverse result." "
Seems to coincide with the majority opinion here, and certainly agrees with mine.
Shame Justice O'Connor is retiring. She seemed to make sense.