America’s big cities and habitually blue states have suffered a pre-existing condition for a long time: their left-leaning government control.
Regardless of whether Biden or Trump wins in November, we will all be stuck with the Democrats’ choice to let our cities burn.
These Washington Post opinion writers profoundly misunderstand both rural America and the at-risk demographic they’re writing about. Their COVID-19 solution? Expand telemedicine and rural broadband.
Dysfunctional D.C. government is an institution itself — something we’re accustomed to. Like the congestion. Like cherry blossoms. Like a Kennedy in Congress.
Conservatives need to address urban concerns and try to bridge the growing rural-urban divide, rather than just denouncing cities as the malign foil of real America.
With many of America’s densest urban areas losing families with kids, we must ask how we got here and why, even in booming economic times, people are simply finding it too difficult to raise families in cities.
If there was ever a moment that exposed the urban-rural divide and explained the populist sentiments that follow, it was this one.
Manhattan Institute’s Michael Hendrix joins the Federalist Radio Hour to unpack some of the biggest wins and losses for state politics after the midterms.
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