Monday, November 21, 2005

The Safest And Most Dangerous Cities

Just in case you missed it I thought I'd let you know. Morgan Quitno Press has released their list of the safest and most dangerous cities that have populations over 75,000 in the United States. Check and see if you should stay where you are move or buy a firearm.

The 10 Safest Cities

1. Newton, Mass.

2. Clarkstown, N.Y.

3. Amherst, N.Y.

4. Mission Viejo, Calif.

5. Brick Township, N.J.

6. Troy, Mich.

7.Thousand Oaks, Calif

8.Round Rock, Texas

9.Lake Forest, Calif

10. Cary, N.C.

The 10 Most Dangerous Cities

1. Camden, N.J.

2. Detroit

3. St. Louis

4. Flint, Mich.

5. Richmond, Va.

6. Baltimore

7. Atlanta

8. New Orleans

9. Gary, Ind.

10. Birmingham, Ala.

OK, lets hear what you think, I'd really like to hear from you if you live in or near, or if you have ever lived in or near any of the cities on the list. Are these really the safest or most dangerous cities with a population of over 75,000 in the United States? It doesn't matter if you live in or near any of them is there anything on this list you think should be changed?

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.


Blogger Chris said...

I live near St. Louis. Never felt all that unsafe in the city.

East St. Louis is a totally different story.

8:03 AM  
Blogger Scooter said...

Wow, I wonder what happened in Camden to get it past Detroit on the list, it's like Beruit of North America.

Scooter McGavin's 9th Green

2:02 PM  
Blogger David Schantz said...

St. Louis is the closest city to where I live (Saint Joseph, Missouri) that made the list and I haven't been there in a long time. I was surprised that Kansas City didn't make it. The last two murders that took place in Saint Joseph were committed by Kansas City gang members.Every time I go to Kansas City I seem to take a wrong exit and end up on what is known as the wrong side of town, not a place I'd want to spend a lot of time.I was also surprised to see that Washington, D.C. didn't make the list.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic

5:06 PM  
Blogger maccusgermanis said...

Not terribly surprised that Birmingham made the list. Of course the mayor protested rather loudly....untill news broke of a triple homicide on Thanksgiving morning.

10:20 PM  
Blogger Jack Davis said...

First of all, heck of a good blog. As for the list, how could Washington, D.C. not make it? It's the murder capital of the country. I find it a strange coincidence that almost all of the dangerous cities have high black populations. East St.Louis, the dangerous area MJ pointed out, is mostly black. I know, I'm being a racist for pointing this out. Thanks.

7:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Im surprised that dallas tx. didn't make the list.There have been alot of murders in south Dallas.It seems like every day at least 3 people are murdered.

1:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quoting a fact is not being a racist. Is a Black person a racist for stating that the majority of serial killers and child molesters are white males? I don't think so. There is a clear correlation between high black populations and high crime rates. There is a related phenomenon known as 'white flight' that's interesting.

10:41 PM  

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