Tory Gattis, Founding Senior Fellow of Center for Opportunity Urbanism, gave a presentation on MaX Lanes to HGAC High Capacity Transit Task Force.
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October 26, 2017 – Southern Methodist University hosts Joel Kotkin, Henry Cicneros, Alan Berger and others for a discussion about The Future of Suburbia: Millennials, Immgrants and Minorities.
October 25, 2017 – Texas Southern University hosts Joel Kotkin, Henry Cicneros, Anne Snyder and others for a discussion about The Future of Suburbia: Millennials, Immgrants and Minorities.
from The Wall Street Journal — In the telling of progressives, Houston is the Sodom and Gomorrah of fossil fuels, which cause global warming, which is producing more hurricanes.
Center for Opportunity Urbanism explores Houston, Texas to understand how it’s enabling the American Dream for people of all backgrounds.
Center for Opportunity Urbanism takes a look at Austin, Texas to understand why its attracting an emerging generation of people and businesses.
AEI’s Ryan Streeter welcomes Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) to deliver an address on the JEC’s Social Capital Project. Joel Kotkin joins the panel conversation on how a federalist landscape could serve to expand innovation.
Center for Opportunity Urbanism takes a look at San Antonio, Texas to see why its quickly becoming a leading American city.
July 12, 2017 – The INS, in partnership with the Ontario Professional Planners Institute (OPPI), is proud to present a lecture and discussion with Wendell Cox.
In this video Leo Linbeck III discusses the state of American governance and how to correct our problems.
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