Geography

America’s Role Model Should Be America

President Trump may take blind patriotism too far, but his often nativist stance seems likely to prevail against Democrats whose policy...

Cities Point the Way in Promoting Opportunity and Reducing Poverty

American cities are laboratories of democracy. Their differences in policies and economic patterns shed considerable light on the challenge of promoting...

Twilight of the Oligarchs? | Newgeography.com

Amazon’s decision to abandon...

She’s No Alexander Hamilton | Newgeography.com

The Antiplanner might be behind the times, but has anyone else noticed that it is the Democrats who are playing the...

This Train Won’t Leave the Station

Governor Gavin Newsom has...

Pulling the Plug on HS2 (London-Birmingham High Speed Rail)?

High speed rail may be proposed as a climate change panacea here and elsewhere, but the results on the ground are...

Restoring The California Dream, Not Nailing Its Coffin

Virtually everyone, including Gov. Gavin Newsom, is aware of the severity of California’s housing crisis. The bad news is that most...

The Hardening of Chicago’s Inequality

Last week I was fortunate to be a part of a fantastic symposium, called Policies to Promote Inclusive Urban Growth. It...

Technological Progress and The Global Sex Recession

We may live amidst what seems a libidinous culture, but oddly also an increasingly sexless time. Of course, the drop in...

Getting-Off-Fossil Fuels: A Medieval Method For Reducing Unfunded Pension Liabilities

Looking back just a few short centuries, we’ve come a long way since the horse and buggy days, before medications, doctors,...