September 25, 2019
Commentary

Solving California’s Homeless Crisis

If the Trump administration or Democratic presidential candidates want to help, they should forget about lawsuits, police sweeps, or Soviet‐​style price controls, and embrace the common‐​sense solution to California’s homeless crisis: Build, Baby, Build.

National Review (Online)
January 23, 2019
Commentary

What’s Missing in the War on Poverty?

Reforming criminal justice, education, and housing policy, while encouraging job creation, economic growth, and individual savings will do more to help reduce poverty than anything we are doing today.
Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity
December 5, 2018
Commentary

Why Are People Poor?

An anti‐​poverty agenda built on empowering poor people and allowing them to take greater control of their own lives offers the chance for a new bipartisan consensus that rejects the current paternalism of both Left and Right.
National Review (Online)
October 17, 2018
Commentary

Ben Carson Takes on High Housing Costs

By setting his sights on local zoning and land‐​use laws, the HUD secretary might just help millions of poor Americans — and silence his critics in the process.

National Review (Online)
December 9, 2016
Commentary

A Big Idea

The idea that cash is the best way to help the poor has a long history that cuts across ideological lines.
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