10 November 2004
Where the cheapskates are (the sequel)
The Catalogue for Philanthropy has issued its new Generosity Index, which this year, much like last year, argues that blue-state residents are chintzier than folks in the red states. Michelle Malkin breaks it down by electoral-vote winner. And Oklahoma, fourth last year, has moved up to third.
Before anyone goes into full-fledged Gloat Mode, I should point out that questions exist about the methodology used to calculate the Index. This not being my area of expertise, I suggest caution before using these findings to flay your stingy neighbors.
(Tilt of the shawl to Susanna Cornett.)
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I remember hearing Michael Medved use my Watcher of Weasels award-winning piece from last year (November 6, 2003, to be exact) entitled Generosity in Red and Blue. It wasn't attributed by him as it was probably forwarded to him, but it was pretty muc......[read more]