Now isn't that interesting? Hotair.com, citing Judical Watch, told us in 2015 (pre-Trump) that "sanctuary cities" have rising rates of violent crime while citylab.com, citing the Center for American Progress and the National Immigration Law Center, told us in Jan. 2017 (early Trump) that "sanctuary counties" have less crime and better economic conditions than elsewhere. The former compared a city to itself at different times, the later compared counties to other counties. Each looked at different indicators. Each presented a different general conclusion. So, data can be selected, analyzed, and presented differently. Statistics can be picked and spun differently. Facts, is seems, aren't so clear. Conclusions, it seems, aren't so absolute. Yet, these days, people routinely call those who disagree with them some version of stupid or insane or evil. ETR gives the only deduction possible, "it depends whose side you’re on ..." "The banks or everyone else" says ETR. Yes, definitely. Also big business or everyone else, the jews or everyone else, Hollywood or everyone else, Marxists or everyone else, and on and on. Also Republican or Democrat, owner or worker, atheist or believer, and on and on. Facts aren't so clear. Conclusions aren't so absolute. Stupid, insane, and evil aren't so absolute.