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Job Growth Twice as High in Red States

Re-Blogged From http://www.Newsmax.com

Each day between 2003 and 2013, an average of 830 Americans relocated to one of the nine U.S. states with no state income tax, while 944 people moved out of the nine states with the highest personal income tax rates. 406 more words

GDP & Employment

Sex, Drugs and Poverty in Red and Blue America – New York Times

The Political Agitator response: Well can’t wait to see how this get twisted!

Take the statistics in the first chart, which was produced from data collected and analyzed by Child Trends, an organization that conducts research on the quality of children’s lives. 123 more words

National State Of Emergency

Republicans were blue

Once upon a time, states that voted Republican were blue on the map. See the 1980 Carter-Reagan race here, and at Smithsonian.

But now they’re red. 29 more words


Another Obamacare Win: Red State Montana House Passes Medicaid Expansion – Politicususa

Montana’s Republican-controlled House voted Thursday, 54-46, to approve federal subsidies for Medicaid expansion. Although Democrats are outnumbered 59-41 in the Montana House, a unified Democratic caucus joined forces with 13 Republicans who defected from their party’s leadership, to push Senate Bill 405 through the House chamber. 91 more words


We the People of the United States, in order to form a more connected union...

Kenneth Burke’s theory of Identification, as Barbara Warnick points out in “Interactivity: The Golden Fleece of the Internet,” is the key to persuading voters to vote on a specific presidential candidate. 375 more words

Social Media

10 States Most Dependent On the Federal Government

10 State Most Dependent On the Federal Government

I found the above list over at the Cheat Sheet business section to be interesting.  The article itself says that you can’t draw too many conclusions because states on this list often need money to protect the border or for military basis, among other needs.   42 more words


DAVID BROOKS: The Field Is Flat

New York Times: Like a lot of people who pay attention to such things, I had assumed that Democrats had a huge advantage going into next year’s presidential race. 172 more words