Daniel Henninger reflects on the latest census reports, and some interesting facts. For example, 2.2 million people left California between 1995 and 2000. "The states net migration figure for the period is minus-755,536, and would be worse if Latin American immigrants didnt still drop in for a look. This is the first time the net migration number for California has ever gone negative." As for New York, he says, "the state took first place in net migration loss: minus-874,248. The bureau says New Yorkers fled to every state in the Union except Nebraska and the District of Columbia." In short, a comparison of the the Democratic blue states and the Republican red states makes for some interesting ruminations.