The Real Meaning of the Midterms: One Country or Two?
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
This migration is largely powered by the personalities and beliefs of the migrants
themselves. It took more than money to get many of them to move their families across the country—an act of tremendous aggravation and costly in itself. It was an act of love and passion and, in many cases, faith. They, most of them anyway, are fleeing from progressive blue America to a land they hope and assume will be their new constitutionalist homes.