America's liberal government has a nasty little habit of taking advantage of the nation's people instead of protecting them.
That was exactly what happened in the case of 94-year-old Geraldine Tyler, who had her property seized because she owed $15,000 in taxes to the government.
The Minnesota state government not only took her house and sold it to make back their $15,000, but it also took the extra $25,000 from the $40,000 sale price and refused to give it to Tyler.
It took the U.S. Supreme Court to restore some sanity to this situation.
The justices ruled 9-0 in favor of Tyler.
"The taxpayer must render unto Caesar what is Caesar's, but no more," said Chief Justice John Roberts. "A taxpayer who loses her $40,000 house to the state to fulfill a $15,000 tax debt has made a far greater contribution to the public fisc than she owed."
Thank you to our SCOTUS for standing up to this insanity and saying that the rules of Minnesota and 13 other states with similar rules were overstepping their boundaries.
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