Senior Correspondent John Daniel Davidson shares his reporting from the streets of San Francisco on the Federalist Radio Hour.
In America’s most liberal city, increasingly visible homeless camps are a stark symbol of San Francisco’s economic hollowing out and the failure of progressive governance.
When we discuss the ‘great cities’ of the West, I don’t believe San Francisco belongs in that category.
Having failed to win elections based on their ideas, liberals are successfully trying to use big business to force change onto Americans.
Half a century later, many liberals are employing the same kind of tactics Joseph McCarthy did, this time in an effort to get rid of racists.
But there’s an easy solution to the problem. Congress should authorize the attorney general to impose reasonable conditions on the grant awards in question.
Facebook is building an exclusive company town for its employees, but it’s just responding to the incentives and obstacles local governments have created.
If cities want ride-sharing services that act less like Uber and Lyft and more like taxis, they’ll get ride-sharing services that work less like Uber and Lyft and more like taxis.
The current sanctuary movement is more akin to the ‘nullification’ movement in South Carolina before the Civil War than to the biblical sanctuary cities.
No matter what else you do in the city, exploring one of America’s original craft breweries is an experience not to be missed.
Democrats looking to figure out what went wrong and how to recover would actually be well-advised, for once, to take a cue from “Saturday Night Live.”
Two black San Francisco State University students accost a young white man for having dreadlocks.
For urban life to remain at all workable, we need strong norms of public behavior and the attendant social pressures of calling a thief what he is.
Here’s why high-speed rail is a far worse investment for Californians than desalination plants to alleviate water shortages. But guess which one the politicos prefer.
Baseball has always been something my family does together. It all started with my dad.
The characters’ pursuit of happiness in ’90s sitcom ‘Full House’ was a socially conservative inheritance from the Declaration of Independence.
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