Attention towards Agenda 21 should not divert work from preventing homegrown smart-growth policies that undermine the quality of life, personal choice, and property rights local, state, and federal governments. Read More.
Efforts by the government to promote homeownership were at best ineffective and at worst contributed to a serious recession. There are those in the Obama Administration who see this as a reason to abandon encouraging homeownership. Read More.
The EPA wants to implement stronger air pollution restrictions on ozone for improving public health.These regulations impose significant costs for little or no benefit. Read More.
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Public officials and urban planners implement smart growth policies to reduce car usage and air pollution by creating dense urban environments. These policies actually worsen traffic congestion and air pollution. They also drive housing prices and costs of living higher.
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There is a long, paradoxical, and tragic tradition of resource-rich developing countries suffering from prolonged economic stagnation. This “resource curse” is costly both in — Read more
~ A Protect America Month Program ~It is difficult to point to any part of the world where the United States is better prepared to — Read more
A book eventThroughout his long and distinguished career – as a naval aviator, a U.S. Congressman, a top aide to four American presidents, a high-level — Read more
If we are to avoid a second crash, then we must achieve a better comprehension of human behavior and apply this understanding to how the — Read more
A book eventIn How the West Really Lost God, leading cultural critic Mary Eberstadt delivers a powerful new theory about the decline of religion in — Read more
Global-warming alarmists continually refer to a “scientific consensus” to support drastic policy proposals. They insist on peer-reviewed publications as the standard for debate, while ignoring — Read more
Co-hosted by the United States Institute of PeaceThe Heritage Foundation and the United States Institute of Peace will co-host Congresswomen Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) and — Read more
In a mix of history and politics, author Rich Lowry traces Abraham Lincoln's ambitious climb from provincial upstart to political powerhouse and calls for a — Read more
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