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A tale of two states

California has a delightful climate and beautiful scenery.  As a result, rich people like me want to live there, despite its poor governance.  But for the working class, it’s an entirely different story.  Here’s an interesting piece on the Latinos in Texas by Joel Kotkin and Wendall Cox: Much of this rapid demographic shift stems […]
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