Density Intensity

Real Estate, a crop that can be harvested every month-Samuel J. LeFrak This is a follow up to my article I had written last year and part one on real estate and population density.  It’s no secret that crowds are bad. There was a time not long ago when politicians, environmentalists, engineers, ethnologists and biologists…

I Want No Part of It, New York, New York

As a native New Yorker and second-generation American millennial, I’ve seen the city transform into something of a whimsical post-adolescent playground for transplants and a death cauldron for immigrants. I feel like an impotent observer standing on the deck of the Titanic as it sails toward destruction, watching the majority of the passengers amusing themselves with…

Bloomberg’s Slush Fund

Michael Bloomberg has entered the spotlight for this year’s Democrat nomination race without being in a single race or speaking at a single debate. As Biden crumbles, his supporters go looking for a new old man of the middle. Bloomberg himself has spent $200 million on his campaign so far. Out of the woodwork, journalists,…