Minneapolis vs. San Diego
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In Minneapolis, a city councilwoman explains that calling the police when your house is broken into comes from a place of privilege.

Meanwhile, in increasingly utopian San Diego, which had the lowest murder rate of the 50 big cities in the U.S. in 2017, 1/27th the rate of St. Louis, the city council has voted to boost the police budget by hundreds of millions.

Relative to each other, which city do you expect to have a rising homicide rate and/or falling home values?

The especially sad thing about Minneapolis was that it probably the most successful big city in the Midwest in recent years.

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