Why the Golden State is losing people, business, and a congressional seat
The tax- and corruption-heavy state has lost a quarter-million people in the past decade.
Negative population growth back in 1919 was largely the result of the Spanish flu pandemic
The Census Bureau sketches out scenarios in which immigration remains about the same, increases by 50 percent, falls by 50 percent, or halts entirely.
The Breakthrough Institute's Ted Nordhaus urges Americans to reject both doomism and denialism.
California's progressive political imperatives are having such glaring real-world repercussions that it's hard to keep ignoring them.
Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York City all have some easily identifiable management problems.
Documentary filmmaker Nanfu Wang on the horrors of China’s one-child policy
The U.N. Says World Population May Top Out at 10.9 Billion Before 2100. Other Demographers Say It'll Be Much Lower.
Thanks to global expansion of reproductive freedom, actual population growth is likely to be less and peak around the middle this century
America desperately needs more immigrants to support its economy.
Whether red vs. blue or city vs. country, political tensions are best addressed by letting people run their own lives.
Doomslayer Julian Simon vindicated after 40 years.
Skyrocketing debt and pension obligations make for a tough labor environment.
Increased wealth and technological progress give people greater liberty to decide when, how, with whom, and if they want to reproduce.
Fortunately, even if conditions don't improve, economic freedom (and consequently growth) benefits not only the people who have it, but also people who don't.
Time to call it a trend?
For people, unlike rats, the human 'behavioral sink' seems to be greater creativity, not pathological collapse.
Population density portends greater creativity, not collapse
Take Hans Rosling's Test Your World Knowledge quiz and find out
Malthusianism might make a good movie plot, but it is just fiction.
Most people are moving to cities and peak farmland is in the offing
Malthusians are never right and never win.
National Review is the sole link to respectability for neo-Malthusian, ultra-restrictionist outfits that enviros are shunning.
Money talks, but it also walks.
Illinois' sources of revenues are leaving as government employees keep demanding more, more, more.
Unfortunately, there is no shortage of would-be Secretaries of the Future.
Reproductive central planning works as badly as economic central planning
Library Journal reviews my new book, published today.
And still just as wrong
When Disney met the Population Council
Global life expectancy up more than six years too.
Urbanization, forest, and agricultural trends point in a more hopeful direction