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    Great American Blue State Exodus | American Exodic from banana republic states

    Great American Blue State Exodus



    "People are fleeing the northeast but they need to leave their old values behind with their old lives..."

    Mon, 01/07/2019 - 18:35
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    People are fleeing the northeast but they need to leave their old values behind with their old lives...



    The most talked-about story of the day is a real humanitarian tragedy. It is the story of a great wave of miserable humanity fleeing oppressive regimes to find a better life. Their journey is arduous but they are not all worthy of our sympathy, as many of them simply refuse to assimilate into their new surroundings should they complete their migration successfully. Instead, they complain, expect certain privileges, and stick to their old ways rather than conform to the local culture and customs. We are speaking, of course, about Americans who flee the Northeast to settle in the South.
    Other than the gorgeous fall colors, there is not much to like about the blue states crushed together in the top right-hand corner of the American map. The climate is unpleasant, the cities overcrowded, the general mood cold and indifferent, and practically the only decent food is that which has been culturally appropriated from other parts of the world.
    To make things even worse, the taxes are high and the laws are many. Corrupt politicians rule with an iron fist. Individual freedom is almost unheard of. Think of banana republics without the bananas and you get a pretty good idea.

    Escape From New Jersey

    Perhaps the least appealing of these unappealing states is New Jersey, comically known as the Garden State. New York’s mentally-challenged cousin, New Jersey witnessed the largest exodus of any American state in 2018, according to a report in The New York Post. The Empire State itself wasn’t far behind.
    The Post quotes United Van Lines – the company that conducted the survey into internal U.S. migration – as stating “The Northeast region continues to see more residents leaving than moving in, with 57 percent of all moves within the Northeast US being outbound moves.”
    Census Bureau figures show that, in 2016 and 2017, every state in the Northeast and Upper Midwest – with the exceptions of Maine and Minnesota – saw a net loss of population. So, where are these wretches fleeing to? The South, the Southwest, and the Pacific Northwest were the regions that saw population growth.
    Build That Wall!

    The time has come, perhaps, to talk about tighter controls on migration.
    Many of those who flee the socialist dystopias of New England, New York, Maryland, New Jersey, and so on, may be trying to evade the high taxes and soul-crushing cultures but they carry with them – like tuberculosis – their Democratic values and spread this infection to their new homes. This is why the wonderful state of Virginia is now barely recognizable as a “Southern” state and North Carolina is going down the same, dismal road.
    The Mason-Dixon Line has been breached but it is not too late to build that wall. The rest of the South can still be saved and the caravans from Trenton and Albany can be diverted across the Midwest to Colorado and New Mexico. Let them cross the desert; it may give them a more sympathetic view of the founders of Israel, after all.
    The moral of the story – for those fleeing the Northeast and California to settle in other states as well as for those who escape Central America to come to the U.S. – is this: Leave your flags behind, leave your old habits behind, and, most of all, leave behind the stupid values which made the places you are leaving so unbearable to begin with. Those of us who are already here in the places to which you are fleeing do not have to accommodate you or your way of life; it is you who must conform to our values.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-...e-state-exodus
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    They flee but do NOT leave their ideals behind. Just like Californians who have left to TX, FL, NV, AZ all over the country...they destroy the cities they move to!
    TO BECOME AN AMERICAN YOU MUST CHANGE YOUR VALUES ...NOT YOUR LOCATION

    STAY HOME AND BUILD AMERICA ON YOUR SOIL

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    The Census Bureau released new data that show Americans are continuing to move from high-tax to low-tax states.





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    New Census Data Show Americans Are Migrating from Tax-Punishing States | Chris Edwards


    The Census Bureau released new data that show Americans are continuing to move from high-tax to low-tax states.
    Friday, December 21, 2018

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    Chris Edwards

    Economics Taxes High Taxes Migration Income Tax Free Markets


    The Census Bureau has released new data on state population growth between July 2017 and July 2018. Domestic migration between the states is one portion of annual population change. The Census data show that Americans are continuing to move from high-tax to low-tax states.
    This Cato study examined interstate migration using IRS data for 2016. The new Census data confirms that people are moving from tax-punishing places such as California, Connecticut, Illinois, New York, and New Jersey to tax-friendly places such as Florida, Idaho, Nevada, Tennessee, and South Carolina.
    In the chart, each blue dot is a state. The vertical axis shows the one-year Census net interstate migration figure as a percentage of 2017 state population. The horizontal axis shows state and local household taxes as a percentage of personal income in 2015. Household taxes include individual income, sales, and property taxes.

    On the right, most of the high-tax states have net out-migration. The blue dot on the far right is New York with a tax burden of 13 percent and a net migration loss of nearly 1 percent (0.92) over the past year.
    If policymakers want their states to be people magnets, they should get their household tax burdens down to 8.5 percent of personal income or lower.


    On the left, nearly all the net in-migration states have tax loads of less than 8.5 percent. The outlier on the bottom left is Alaska. If policymakers want their states to be people magnets, they should get their household tax burdens down to 8.5 percent of personal income or lower.
    The red line is fitted from a simple regression that was highly statistically significant.

    This Cato Institute article was republished with permission.

    Chris Edwards is the director of tax policy studies at Cato and editor of DownsizingGovernment.org.

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