housing

Politically ambitious Democrats want to bring urban dysfunction to the suburbs

Robert Knight, Washington Times

Biden's website says “Housing is a right, not a privilege.” Dems want to force urban patterns on the ‘burbs. Mr. Biden says he is going to ensure that “every American has access to housing that is affordable, stable, safe and healthy, accessible, energy efficient and resilient, and located near good schools and with a reasonable commute to their jobs.” That’s sweeping. Maybe he should ask the Communist Chinese how to go about this. He’s in good with them, and they move millions of people around. The scheme includes expanding the failed Community Reinvestment Act.

FLASH: Trump Withdraws Jessie Liu Nomination

FLASH: President Trump has withdrawn the nomination of Jessie Liu who was scheduled for her confirmation hearing on Thursday at 10:00am. Ms. Liu will be under oath. If any Senator on that committee is brave enough to ask our tough questions it is Senator Tom Cotton. We urge CHQ readers and friends to contact Sen. Cotton and urge him to get answers to our questions. Contact Sen. Cotton’s DC office at (202) 224-2353.

Green New Deal Would Cost Households in 5 States $70K+ in First Year

The CEI and Power the Future analysis shows that, if implemented, the Green New Deal would cost for American households at least tens of thousands of dollars annually on a permanent basis. Perhaps that’s why exactly zero Senate Democrats, including the resolution’s 12 co-sponsors, voted for the Green New Deal when they had the chance.

Congressman Chip Roy Stands Tall Demands Debate Of $19 Billion Disaster Bill

One principled limited government constitutional conservative – Representative Chip Roy of Texas – was willing to stand tall and say NO to passing, without debate, a disaster aid bill that no one had read, that added $19 billion to the deficit and that did not address some of the real disasters, such as the illegal alien invasion on our southern border.