Congressman Tony Beilenson Dies at 84

It was sad news to hear that California Congressman Tony Beilenson died on Sunday. As a Democrat who thought excessive immigration was harmful to the environment, he was an independent thinker during his 20-year service in the House. He believed in preserving open space and is fondly remembered in overpopulated southern California for helping to […]

San Francisco Group Wants More Housing to Be Built

A couple decades ago, “Manhattanization” was a dirty word in San Francisco because people didn’t want a forest of huge skyscrapers built downtown or tiny stacked apartments to be the standard housing. But these days it’s different because millennials apparently don’t mind being crammed together in accommodations people wouldn’t accept in earlier times. There is a […]

Expanding Pavement and Subdivisions: The Cost of Unlimited Immigration

Say good-bye to the open visas of yesteryear; say hello to tracks of suburban housing from sea to polluted sea. There’s no surprise: as Washington has admitted millions of immigrants decade after decade, all the newbies need a place to live — or the Americans hope to flee to some undiverse community where English is […]