NO Second Class Citizens – June 26, 2009
When you look not at the goals of the welfare state, but its actual performance, the results are depressing. In the last 80 years we have grown far wealthier than we once were. Yet today, there are more who receive welfare than ever before.
Private Water Management Helps The Poor – March 23, 2009
Only five percent of global water management today is private. It is governments who mismanage and misallocate water to farmers and other special interests, as well as the politically connected, especially in poor countries. Not only does public ownership and management of water resources harm the poor, it also harms the environment by encouraging waste.
For Aboriginals, Life is Better in the City – November 27, 2008
The 2006 census data confirms what many people suspect, that life is often better for Aboriginals in the cities than on reserves.
4th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey – January 27, 2008
The only international analysis of its kind, the 4th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey expands coverage to 227 markets in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.
On Inner City Public Policy – May 1, 2002
Although the inner city is intimately involved with the public sector, this fact may inhibit the ability of its residents to lead dynamic, self-directed lives.