While Pressley has called for allowing people to stop paying their rent, her financial disclosure indicates the congresswoman has made thousands of dollars from being a landlord.
Christopher Bedford explains how groups like BlackRock are barring more people out of buying homes and pushing more people towards renting.
Urban sprawl and strict zoning laws destroy our respect for tradition, waste taxpayer money, and hurt our sense of local community.
‘President Biden alone caused this border crisis and he alone has the responsibility to stop it,’ Minority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana told The Federalist.
On multiple occasions, Rep. Maria Fudge has argued, without evidence, that America is “systemically” and “institutionally” racist.
Republicans must become not just the party of workers but also the party of families. They should do it by upping Joe Biden’s proposed child tax credit into something bigger.
If suburban voters begin to understand what Biden’s housing rule would mean for their communities, many would flock back to Trump, irrespective of what they think of his tweets.
This would be another thread in a long string of local moves that give the appearance of helping the vulnerable homeless population while instead exacerbating the problem.
Michael Bloomberg’s new plan is a perfect example of the failure of center-left policy concoctions meant to help black Americans, invariably cooked up by rich liberals.
Thanks to excessive regulations, rent control, and increased homelessness among other things, more people are leaving California than entering it.
Conservatives should join Hawley in his campaign against St. Louis slumlords. The self-appointed defenders of the free market only discredit themselves and their system by appearing indifferent to bad actors within it.
PodShare is putting a shiny new gloss on the old solution, and without tax dollars or bulldozing neighborhoods. But dormitories for millennials won’t solve the problem.
A full 74 percent of the state’s very conservative voters say they’re looking into moving, and 84 percent of those cite California’s political culture as their rationale for leaving.
With many of America’s densest urban areas losing families with kids, we must ask how we got here and why, even in booming economic times, people are simply finding it too difficult to raise families in cities.
While touting his plans to spend federal dollars on integrating socioeconomic classes, O’Rourke once endorsed plans to do the exact opposite.
Dr. Ben Carson, joins Ben Domenech on The Federalist Radio Hour for a conversation on community, healthcare, and housing.
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