I think this is probably the nation's wealthiest region overall, and that wealth supports an array of public and private services that are in many ways a lot better than what poorer parts of the country can enjoy. But it also means it's an unequal region. We have a lot of landscapers and a lot of child care workers, people whose livelihood depend on the people on the high end.
December 12, 2012, ,
The Washington Examiner