Forbes: Boulder "Smartest City" In The USA
It's a shame all the education in the world can't remove the moonbats' heads from you-know-where:
For the second straight year, Forbes.com has ranked Boulder as the smartest city in the USA.They sure do value education in the People's Republic. Too bad they don't place much emphasis on, you know, sanity or reality.
Other Colorado cities may deride Boulder as the place that banned couches from porches and required landowners to get a permit to kill a prairie dog. Not Forbes.
"Boulder is one of the greenest cities in the United States, and the residents take advantage of the many outdoor recreational activities available to the students, professors and overwhelmingly young adult population," the magazine raved.
The rankings were based on the percentage of adults 25 and older with at least a bachelor's degree. In Boulder, 53 percent of adults do. Ninety-three percent graduated from high school and 4 percent have a PhD.
Most of the "smartest" cities happen to be college towns: Ames and Iowa City, Iowa; Lawrence, Kan., Corvallis, Ore.; Ithaca, N.Y.; Ann Arbor, Mich., and Cambridge, Mass. also made the top 10. Fort Collins, home to Colorado State University, was ranked 12th.