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GOP Lawyer Rivkin: Waterboarding Not So Bad — It Alleviates Fear of Execution

U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Jay Bybee shocked a lot of people this week when he told The New York Times that has no real regrets about signing off on the Office
Jul 31, 2020

GOP Lawyer Rivkin: Waterboarding Not So Bad — It Alleviates Fear of Execution

GOP Lawyer Rivkin: Waterboarding Not So Bad — It Alleviates Fear of Execution

U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Jay Bybee shocked a lot of people this week when he told The New York Times that has no real regrets about signing off on the Office
U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Jay Bybee shocked a lot of people this week when he told The New York Times that has no real regrets about signing off on the Office
Jul 31, 2020

New Mexico is bucking the trend of slowing migration to the Sun Belt

According to a new study, migration from northern states to the Sun Belt has slowed in the past few years, putting a break on the population growth that has driven the region’s relatively strong economic performance. USA Today reports : Net population gains from Americans moving to Arizona, Nevada and Florida from other states have been largely wiped out, according to migration data from the IRS. “This recession has been a sobering experience for Americans when it comes to migration,” says Kenneth Johnson, demographer at the University of New Hampshire’s Carsey Institute who analyzed the data.
Jul 31, 2020

New Mexico is bucking the trend of slowing migration to the Sun Belt

New Mexico is bucking the trend of slowing migration to the Sun Belt

According to a new study, migration from northern states to the Sun Belt has slowed in the past few years, putting a break on the population growth that has driven the region’s relatively strong economic performance. USA Today reports : Net population gains from Americans moving to Arizona, Nevada and Florida from other states have been largely wiped out, according to migration data from the IRS. “This recession has been a sobering experience for Americans when it comes to migration,” says Kenneth Johnson, demographer at the University of New Hampshire’s Carsey Institute who analyzed the data.
According to a new study, migration from northern states to the Sun Belt has slowed in the past few years, putting a break on the population growth that has driven the region’s relatively strong economic performance. USA Today reports : Net population gains from Americans moving to Arizona, Nevada and Florida from other states have been largely wiped out, according to migration data from the IRS. “This recession has been a sobering experience for Americans when it comes to migration,” says Kenneth Johnson, demographer at the University of New Hampshire’s Carsey Institute who analyzed the data.
Jul 31, 2020

Will hipsters save Detroit?

Will hipsters save Detroit?

In an optimistic fashion section profile of Detroit the New York Times reports that the city “seems like a giant candy store for young college graduates wanting to be their own bosses.” Recent census figures show that Detroit’s overall population shrank by 25 percent in the last 10 years. But another figure tells a different and more intriguing story: During the same time period, downtown Detroit experienced a 59 percent increase in the number of college-educated residents under the age of 35, nearly 30 percent more than two-thirds of the nation’s 51 largest cities. These days the word “movement” is often heard to describe the influx of socially aware hipsters and artists now roaming the streets of Detroit.
In an optimistic fashion section profile of Detroit the New York Times reports that the city “seems like a giant candy store for young college graduates wanting to be their own bosses.” Recent census figures show that Detroit’s overall population shrank by 25 percent in the last 10 years. But another figure tells a different and more intriguing story: During the same time period, downtown Detroit experienced a 59 percent increase in the number of college-educated residents under the age of 35, nearly 30 percent more than two-thirds of the nation’s 51 largest cities. These days the word “movement” is often heard to describe the influx of socially aware hipsters and artists now roaming the streets of Detroit.
Jul 31, 2020
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