IIn 2005, Chris Hume created "Red State Road Trip". It was a bizarre journey into the heart of a divided nation. Three years later, America has changed, for the better and for the worse. Time for another road trip...

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DAY ELEVEN:

Fascism, kidnapping, torture oh my!

(with special appearence by Rep. Dennis Kucinich)

 

DAY TEN:

The economic perfect storm.

 

DAY NINE:

Detroit: Necropolis reborn... Could this be the city of the future?

 

DAY EIGHT:

Shoot a machine gun...

And find out how easy it is to purchase an assault rifle in YOUR town!

 

DAY SEVEN:

Rescue a turtle in the middle of Kansas...

then spend an afternoon in Missouri with the Cowboys for Christ.

 

DAY SIX:

M.T. Liggett is back! The mad metal man of Mullinville Kansas is angrier than ever. He may have a sailor's mouth, but with M.T. Liggett around, Kansas is a better place.

DAY FIVE:

Meet the all American Nuclear Family. Don and Charlene are a Nebraska couple who live happily underground in a nuclear missile silo.

DAY FOUR:

Sample the local Wyoming cuisine. And search the remote mountains and valleys for the last remaining Bush supporters.

 

DAY THREE:

Travel to Callao, Utah... a town reachable only by an eighty mile dirt road. Its population is 42. Callao is a little piece of paradise nestled in the Snake River Valley, but it's already in the gunsights of an ever thirstier Las Vegas, 400 miles to the south.

 

 

DAY TWO:

The thirsty West. How can the driest place on the continent have the fastest growing population? Sounds crazy... but it's true.

 

DAY ONE:

Crossing the Nevada state line into Red America. How many miles per gallon does a stretch limo Hummer get? How has Las Vegas been impacted by the housing collapse?

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