Former Reason TV
producer Ted Balaker and his wife Courtney Balaker are producing a
movie based on the travails of Suzette Kelo, whose fight against
eminent domain abuse resulted in the landmark case Kelo v.
City of New London. The film, titled Little Pink
House, is slated for a 2015 release.
Kelo lost her battle against the city seizing property and
urning it over to private developers but the court case actually
jumpstarted pushback against eminent-domain abuse around the
The latest issue of The Weekly Standard describes the Supreme Court’s 2005 eminent domain ruling in Kelo v. City of New London as “a tragedy with all the classical Greek elements: hubris, turn of fortune, cathartic downfall, and pos...
In 2005 the U.S. Supreme Court issued its notorious ruling in Kelo v. City of New London. At issue was New London, Connecticut’s desire to use eminent domain to clear way an existing neighborhood and put up a fancy new hotel, apartm...
The 2-minute vid above is called "Making Pie" and involves the alents of Reason TV producer Paul Detrick (in the bowtie and suspenders) and Reason TV alum Ted Balaker (whose wife and business partner Courtney Balaker directed the ...
LITTLE PINK HOUSE: Ted & Courtney Balaker are making a movie about Kelo.