[US1] Isn’t stuff like this what we have all that land out west for, instead of using African-American towns in Louisiana?
[US2] So what went wrong in Connecticut? What’s weird about using Connecticut to argue against inequality or argue against tax-and-spend is that moving to New York City solves neither. MBD has a tweetstorm on it.
[US3] The economic threat of wild hogs and the economic potential of killing them.
[US4] Well, the good news is that climate change may not be bad for the whole country, and better yet (for some) may disproportionately benefit Blue America. But… what about Alaska? also, a look by congressional district.
[US5] The future of American cities is corporate headquarters on the coasts and most of their employees inland.
[US8] Meanwhile, the highest paying ones are consolidating into about eight cities. Of course, you don’t need to pay people that much in Ohio.
[US9] From 1864, a letter from a former slave to his former master.
Average score of AFQT takers by ZIP code, 1990-2006. Selection problems exist, but interesting view on US geo variation in human capital. pic.twitter.com/LXBcrpzW34
— Evan Soltas (@esoltas) July 2, 2017