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European Court Orders EU Countries To Take Migrants

The September 6 ruling, which has been hailed as a victory for European federalism, highlights the degree to which the European Union has usurped decision-making powers from its 28 member states. The ruling also showcases how the EU's organs of jurisprudence have become politicized.

DACA Repeal Predictably Results In Empty Leftist Outrage

"Despite the fact that President Trump’s only action was to reverse an unconstitutional law and order a return to enforcing laws already on the books, this did not stop vocal leftists from losing their collective mind about the issue, as usual..."

How The Feds Blocked Effective Flood Insurance

As the floodwaters brought by Hurricane Harvey last week recede and new hurricane Irma moves slowly toward the Eastern U.S., it might be edifying to review how millions of Americans, despite federal anti-flood efforts, came to live and work in hazardous to dangerous flood-prone areas.

Australia's Dystopian Future: A Nation Of High-Rise Renters

"Young Australians are increasingly likely to live most of their lives in high-density rented accommodation...The Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) concluded that capital city home ownership would continue to be unaffordable for at least the next four decades..."