Morning Jolt: Moving Out and Not Coming Back

On the menu today: The possibility of another wave of Americans moving out of the big cities, the likelihood of some future pandemic further down the road, and how the Red America–Blue America divide is likely to be altered when we emerge from this crisis.

The Coming De-Urbanization of America

Yesterday on my work Facebook page, a reader asked, "Why is it that the places Covid-19 show up the most are in Democrat controlled areas?" As much as I'd like to believe that all the troubles in the world can eventually be traced back to Bill de Blasio, ...

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WITH JIM GERAGHTY April 23 2020
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WITH JIM GERAGHTY April 23 2020
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Moving Out and Not Coming Back

On the menu today: The possibility of another wave of Americans moving out of the big cities, the likelihood of some future pandemic further down the road, and how the Red America–Blue America divide is likely to be altered when we emerge from this crisis.

The Coming De-Urbanization of America

Yesterday on my work Facebook page, a reader asked, "Why is it that the places Covid-19 show up the most are in Democrat controlled areas?" As much as I'd like to believe that all the troubles in the world can eventually be traced back to Bill de Blasio, ...   READ MORE

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