A few of the usual suspects and a whole bunch of others.
The top two countries are obvious, but who number three is surprised me.
Scott Johnson at Power Line asserts, "At that price [$19.95/year] the CRB [Claremont Review of Books] affords the most cost-effective political education available in the United States of America."
I can't guarantee that you'll like it, but I think that for 20 bucks a year, you'll get a lot to read.
If you don't want to read the whole thing, the trick is this: keep your windows closed and turn the A/C on.
Milo? King?? Axl???
For most of the bad words, we all in the South are different from you all.
I agree, but I think we need plenty of further research. Somebody get me a government grant.
NYC and DC are both a bit lower than I would have expected.
This is kinda gross and may keep you out of the water, but, hey, I'm just providing a public service.