Wednesday, November 30, 2016

The Left Finally Admits 'The Hunger Games' Is About D.C. | RealClearMarkets

A "newly vibrant Washington" is evidence that Suzanne Collins's novels were either unwittingly or on purpose about the growth of the capital city at the expense of everyone else. Here's hoping Washington, D.C. becomes quite a bit less vibrant under President Trump. It will be a signal that Trump and Congress have done their jobs. As for all the hipsters who moved to D.C. in order to share in the bounty created by others, they'll still be hip; albeit not in Washington, D.C. They'll be advancing culture and culinary pursuits in other cities populated by people who are actually productive, as opposed to living off of the production of others.


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