Whether it’s an aging relative or struggling millennial, many Americans want to provide a space for the placeless. They just need a means to do it.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development’s decision to force people into and out of neighborhoods based on race is cruel and unfair.
The Supreme Court’s disparate impact ruling has enabled an Obama administration power grab on neighborhood zoning regulations—all in the name of diversity.
Somewhere along the way, a swath of young people got the idea that you could be a full-fledged adult while also demanding shelter from the tumult of adult life.
HBO’s ‘Show Me a Hero’ miniseries explore the politics of race from some angles both stale and fresh.
Wealth inequality? Blame local government, whose meddling in property rights causes artificial scarcity in housing
Democrat-controlled cities are becoming a class society starkly divided between squalid favelas and safe, beautiful downtown playgrounds for the rich.
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