By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
The woman, who had lived in her Northern Virginia neighborhood for more than 40 years, was convinced. Somehow, sometime during the night, her neighbor had moved the fence that divided their two yards and was now encroaching on her property.
"We try to shift the discussion from positions, 'Your fence is on my property,' to interests, 'I feel like I'm losing control of one of the things I use to define myself.'
"She was sure that the fence wasn't where it used to be," says David Michael, who, along with his wife, had counted the woman and her recently deceased husband as "pretty good friends" during the 10 years they had lived in the neighborhood.