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Podunks Most Liberal Cities December 14, 2007

Posted by Daniel Downs in cities, demographics, liberals, news, politics.
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THE MOST LIBERAL CITY IN AMERICA IS NOT NEW YORK OR LOS ANGELES BUT BOSTON, MA.

ePodunk is a unique provider of place related information. The website provides in-depth information about more than 46,000 communities around the country, from Manhattan to Los Angeles, Pottstown to Podunk. Their listings also include geocoded information about thousands of parks, museums, historic sites, colleges, schools and other places across America.

ePodunk was launched in 1999 in Ithaca, NY, just east of the real Podunk, a community so small it doesn’t appear on the U.S. Census Bureau’s list of places. ePodunk was founded by journalists with years of experience in newspapers, online publishing and demographics. In July, a company based in Los Angeles California called Internet Brands acquired ePodunk.

Important to a number of “The State of America” bloggers is information about the liberal state of American cities. ePodunk offers a list of the “Most Liberal Places in America” ranked not on opinion polls, which have come under fire in recent elections, but on votes, political contributions and demographics.

According to ePodunk, the 10 most liberal big cities with populations over 100,000 are Boston, MA, Cambridge, MA, Berkeley, CA, Oakland, CA, San Francisco, CA, New Haven, CT, Providence, RI, New York, NY, Baltimore, MD, and Seattle, WA.

As a note of interest, Boston is home of mega-liberals Edward Kennedy and John Kerry as is the New York the home of globalist Bill and Hilary Clinton and liberal Republican Rudy Giuliani. Some seem to think San Francisco is the gay capital of the United States.

Next is the 10 most liberal medium cities with populations between 25,000 and 99,999 are Northampton, MA, Somerville, MA, Arlington, MA, Watertown, MA, Santa Cruz, CA, Alameda, CA, Ithaca, NY, Portland, ME, East Palo Alto, CA, and Chelsea, MA.

Finally, the 10 most liberal small cities with populations less than 25,000 are Provincetown, MA, Mount Rainier, MD, Albany, CA, Fairfax, CA, Garrett Park, MD, Orono, ME, Takoma Park, MD, Guerneville, CA, Bar Harbor, ME, and Johnson, VT.

Is it any wonder that ePodunk‘s list consists mostly of places once the bastions of American liberty and Christianity. However, they are now the bastion of oppressive special interest politics. Both Massachusetts and California lead the U.S. in forcing upon American families and their children the false propaganda of gays and the legislation of immoral feelings and behaviors it represents. I doubt that the liberal leaning Thomas Jefferson would stand for it.

“For all those frustrated Democrats who are considering a move to Canada, ePodunk offers a few closer alternatives.”

To learn more about the the most liberal places in American, visit ePodunk. You can also learn more about our nation’s counties, airports, cemeteries, colleges, libraries, museums, and even newspapers by going to www.epodunk.com.

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1. Bruce - May 4, 2012

Liberal? What is that? Is that the political perspectice that supports the middle class?


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