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A Decisive Victory — and an Uncertain Future — for the...

On May 7, the Conservative Party won a significant victory in the United Kingdom’s General Election, securing a second term for Prime Minister David...

Political Parties: Does More Mean Better?

by Terrence Casey, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Americans, frustrated with the partisan machinations of the Republicans and Democrats, frequently yearn for a third party –...

UK Perspectives: A Real Housing Crisis But Only Fake Solutions on...

All the party manifestos are published now. All agree there is a housing crisis. The most recent data for housing starts in England show...

Politics Was Once About Beliefs & Society. Now it’s a Worship...

As elections draw near, the discussion shrinks to one simple question: are you better off now than you were five years ago? Maybe we...

Anxious Youth, Then and Now

FOR years now, we’ve heard the gripes by and about millennials, the offspring of the Great Recession, caught between childhood and adulthood. Their plight...

In Defence of Right to Buy

HOUSING, it is increasingly clear, will probably be one of the hot topics of the 2015 election–at least on the left. This morning, Polly Toynbee, the Guardian’s chief hand-wringer, reports on the creation of new slums in east London. As she says…

To Fix The UK Economy, Build More Houses

The irony of the United Kingdom's rather poor economic performance under Prime Minister David Cameron is that there's a perfectly good case to be...

Why Leaders Must be Opportunity Creators

Opportunity is a powerful motivator. It always has been. Throughout history, whole migrations of people have left the safe shores of their home country...