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.
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.
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.
The media is determined to blame Houston’s urban developers for the hurricane’s devastation. That isn’t correct—in fact, it’s blatantly unfair.
Facebook is building an exclusive company town for its employees, but it’s just responding to the incentives and obstacles local governments have created.
The Supreme Court’s disparate impact ruling has enabled an Obama administration power grab on neighborhood zoning regulations—all in the name of diversity.
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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