Republicans Should Repeal Zoning Laws
According to Steve Sailer, one of the best predictors of Presidential votes in a state is the rate of increase in housing prices. (States with a high rate vote Democratic.) For some reason, he then jumped to the conclusion that Republicans should oppose increased immigration on the grounds that immigration increases housing demand and, therefore, prices. I find that hard to believe for two reasons:
If increased demand were all-important, we would see that states with a high population-growth rate would have a high housing-price-increase rate. We don't.
Letting in more construction workers increases supply and that should decrease prices.
It's probably better for Republicans to increase the housing supply instead by trying to repeal restrictive zoning laws.