The 2013 annual metropolitan area population estimates by the US Census Bureau indicate a continuing and persistent dominance of population growth and domestic migration by the South. Between 2010 and 2013, 51 percent of the population increase in the 52 major metropolitan areas (over 1 million population) was in the South. The West accounted for 30 percent of the increase, followed by the Northeast at 11 percent and eight percent in the North Central (Midwest).
The Ukraine Crises is an example of future events until the United States develops fossil fuel energy production superiority. The Ukraine Crisis–just as the 1973 Oil Embargo– is a great gift to stop the environmental movement’s eliminating fossil fuel production and insistence on relying on solar, wind, ethanol from corn, etc. as energy sources. These renewable energy sources are of no consequence in conduct of foreign policy. Do we want peace and prosperity or “green energy”, poverty, and the possibility of nuclear war?
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[Editor's note: This piece was first published at Forbes.com.] President Obama’s June 14 address in Cleveland presented his foundational economic policy arguments for this fall’s campaign. We will hear those same rhetorical points[...]
[Editor's note: This piece was first published at Forbes.com.] Last week on June 14, President Obama announced his economic plan to finally bring economic recovery and growth to the U.S. in[...]