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Condo Association Sued for Personal Injury Claims

Shared by Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Blog


This report highlights another key difference between apartment living and condo living. A condo association is a corporate entity that can be sued. 318 more words

Homeowners Associations

HOA Crime of the week: painting the garage door red

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Blog

This story comes to us from Texas. Marilyn Davis, 89 years old, from Glencarin HOA in Harris County, has had the audacity to paint the trim and garage door of her house a shade of deep red – maroon to be precise. 252 more words

Homeowners Associations

HOA Flag Flap of the Month: Utah

By Deborah Goonan

Ah, American “democracy” at work in Chestnut Place Condominium Association, Murray, Utah. A few Board members, including the Board President, are tired of looking at “Flag Row.” The Board majority has decreed that the American flag is a “holiday decoration” that must be removed within 10 days of a holdiay. 188 more words

Homeowners Associations

Villa Homeowner seeks answers from HOA regarding tree removal

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Blog

Last week I told you about another homeowner who has removed a large tree that was damaging his home, but his… 371 more words

Homeowners Associations

Hillary on New 25% National Gun Tax: "I am all for that."

by John Kartch

As she testified before the tax-writing Senate Finance Committee on Sept. 30, 1993, Hillary Clinton was asked by Sen. Bill Bradley (D-N.J.) if she supported the imposition of a new, 25 percent national sales tax on guns. 101 more words


What is Libertarianism Without the Non-Aggression Principle?

In a follow-up to my previous post on the Libertarian Republic taking a giant crap on the NAP, a simple retort to them could be this: So what should we replace NAP with as the guiding principle of libertarianism? 714 more words