A few significant things happened while America watched football this weekend.
Commentators are finally starting to notice a strange trend in American life. The innovation economy is not only creating income inequality, it is concentrating the bulk of income growth in certain cities, mostly on the coasts. The “death of distance” has died.
From The Atlantic: Why the Economic Fates of America’s Cities Diverged
Good reminder as tensions with Russia heat up. The battlefield is no longer the battlefield.
Where do the Chinese go to find financial security? The United States.
From the NY Times: Chinese Cash Floods U.S. Real Estate Market
It is getting harder to love college football.
From The Atlantic: The Bleak Future of College Football
And a little good news. Ted Cruz condemns the terrorist attack on Planned Parenthood in Colorado.
From the Texas Tribune: Cruz Condemns Planned Parenthood Shooting