Inclusionary zoning measures, by their very nature, only add to the affordability problem.
The United States has more work to do in terms of protecting physical property rights and fostering legal and political environments that do not allow for unnecessary seizures
The Rio Games showed us more than just feats of athleticism — they came with lessons of property rights in Brazil and around the world.
Policy makers looking for a popular issue would do well to take a look at protecting property rights.
Property rights are better predictors of commute times than infrastructure spending
It’s going to take more than government action to curb online piracy
Favors new spending too
A recent Supreme Court decision is a step in the right direction.
When hidden-camera hobos camp out in their own neighborhoods, prominent liberals call cops and DHS
The City of Orlando is trying to prevent a family from growing vegetables in their front yard.
Restrictive ticketing prevents people from exercising basic ownership rights.
A round-up of some of this week’s biggest developments on Capitol Hill.
A recent Supreme Court case sheds light on just how far the agency is willing to go to achieve its aims.
In recent decades, passive judges have allowed local zoning boards to get out of control.
City officials argue that undocumented immigrants strain local schools and police resources
Earlier this week, the House of Representatives passed the ‘Private Property Protection Act.’
The press should be reporting on instances of government overreach.
The Constitution’s primary author said that property rights are just as important as our other constitutional rights.