UCLA urban planning professor Kian Goh, in an op ed in far-left magazine The Nation, wrote that, "if we want to keep cities safe in the face of climate change, we need to seriously question the ideal of private homeownership."
Americans’ standard of living overall is the best it has ever been; our parents and grandparents could never dream of today’s conveniences, technological advances, and prosperity.
The proponents of this planless nonsense gleefully admit they have no idea how to make it work.
Some politicians have joined anti-meat and climate change activists in a massive effort to restructure the American diet
Whether it’s the San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, Portland, or any other location where tech giants have a major presence, one thing these cities all have in common: Unless you are at the top of the income pyramid, you can’t afford to live there.
Hundreds of millions of Americans will share a turkey dinner on the same night at a price anyone can afford. This massive successful exercise in logistics brought to you not by government planning and decree, but by free exchange. Freedom nurtures. Be thankful!
What is left after you eat the goose that lays golden eggs?
We could certainly run our ships, planes, and vehicles at slower speeds. And if we returned to horse-drawn wagons, vehicle collisions with deer would be eliminated. But does anyone really think this would stop sea levels from rising?
A crime wave is underway in the once-Golden state of California, and another crime wave is soon likely in the once-Empire state of New York.
California is about to take one giant step toward following Germany’s failed climate goals which should be a wake-up all for governments everywhere.
Planners find that “sprawl” is inefficient, thus people should be herded into more compact spaces.
For the better part of three decades, the state has experienced a net exodus of residents every year to the point that there are now more than 7 million people born in California that call other states home.
Our would-be Green overlords want to ban things we use every day.
In recent years, over 100 billion gallons of water have been flushed into San Francisco Bay each winter – enough to sustain millions of households.
Global warming campaigners declare a food supply problems while global crop yields set new records.