David Stanley Willenski

Mr. Willenski is an attorney in South Florida. He has also lived in Hertfordshire, England.

What “Preemptive War”?

One of the mantras that the protesters against war with Iraq are currently using, sadly with some success, is that such a war would be "preemptive", rather than retaliatory and in defense of the United States, and therefore unjustified morally. Iraq, a cruel...

Isn’t Zoning Necessary to Prevent Nuisances? (Part 2)

The proponents of zoning claim that such initiation of force is necessary against developers to prevent the occurrence of nuisances.A "nuisance" is defined as the effect from an activity on others which unreasonably interferes with another's lawful use of property, or...

The Evils of Zoning: Subjecting Landowners to Arbitrary Whim

Real estate developers have good reason to feel cannibalized when they attempt to develop something today.Building permits for their projects are often exceedingly difficult to secure, requiring thousands of dollars in architect's and attorney's fees, and months (if...

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