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  • The Best States to Live in and Move to (if You’re Contemplating a Mass Exodus from Your State)

    08/29/2020 12:29:55 PM PDT · by Diana in Wisconsin · 90 replies
    Living Whole Blog ^ | August 28, 2020 | Megan Redshaw
    Let’s face it, if there’s one thing that 2020 has made us re-evaluate, it’s where we are living. We saw states that we thought stood for freedom shut down, state governors sell out their residents and become total dictators, businesses forced to close, the muzzle replace several state flags, freedoms become restricted or altogether disappear, and legislators on a power trip use our inability to gather to their advantage — pushing through legislation that would otherwise never have passed. Add to that the riots, “new normal,” ridiculous changes to our educational system, cancel culture, and covert infringements upon our second...
  • BLM exodus: Agency loses half of DC staff slated for relocation

    03/06/2020 8:30:30 AM PST · by cowpoke · 56 replies
    THE WESTERNER ^ | 3/6/2020 | Frank DuBois
    <p>The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has lost more than half of its Washington-based employees who were slated to move out West as the agency pushes ahead with a controversial plan to relocate staff. New internal numbers from the Interior Department obtained by The Hill show 69 employees have left the agency rather than accept the new assignment. Another 18 left after the plans were announced but before they could be reassigned. Those 87 employees outnumber the 80 who have agreed to the move.</p>
  • Duluth interchange project soars $100M over budget

    11/28/2019 8:29:31 AM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 43 replies
    The Duluth News Tribune ^ | November 25, 2019 | Brady Slater
    The Twin Ports Interchange reconstruction project through Lincoln Park soared $100 million over budget this month, forcing planners to defer indefinitely portions of the work scheduled for 2020-23. The $343 million project is scheduled to begin in May. Minnesota Department of Transportation figures released Monday at a regular public meeting about the project showed a $443 million price tag. "This is what happens with every big project," Duane Hill, district engineer based in Duluth, said Monday. "You have to manage it as you go along. We thought we did a good job initially coming up with a budget for this...
  • Gautier MS wants to be removed from NYC homeless relocation list

    11/24/2019 5:30:03 PM PST · by boycott · 50 replies ^ | November 21st 2019 | Keith Lane
    The city of Gautier, Mississippi wants to be removed from from New York City's homeless relocation list. Three days after our story revealed the big apple was shipping homeless people to live in places like Gautier and Gulfport. Gautier city leaders voted Tuesday night to send a letter to the special one-time assistance program. The program uses New York taxpayer money to give the homeless a year's worth of rent to get out of town, leaving small towns stuck to deal with the growing homeless population. Gautier's mayor told us he didn't even know this was happening in his own...
  • Trump's Interior Department Gives Workers A Month To Relocate Out West Or Risk Getting Fired

    11/12/2019 6:54:17 PM PST · by deks · 98 replies
    Daily Caller ^ | November 12, 2019 | Chris White
    The Trump administration reportedly notified hundreds of Interior Department employees Tuesday that they will have 30 days to relocate to western states or face the potential of job terminations. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is relocating 27 employees from Washington, D.C., to the agency’s new headquarters in Colorado and another 220 to field offices out West, Government Executive (GE) reported Tuesday. The relocated employees reportedly have until Dec. 12 to agree to the move; if they don’t accept the terms, then they’ll be fired. This is not the first time federal employees have been asked to relocate. Department of...
  • People Are Fleeing New York At An Alarming Rate

    09/30/2019 12:31:36 AM PDT · by Windflier · 77 replies
    New York Post ^ | April 1, 2017 | Aaron Short
    More people are leaving the New York region than any other major metropolitan area in the country. More than 1 million people moved out of the New York area to other parts of the country since 2010, a rate of 4.4 percent — the highest negative net migration rate among the nation’s large population centers, US Census records show. The number of people leaving the region — which includes parts of New Jersey, Connecticut, the lower Hudson Valley and Long Island — in one year swelled from 187,034 in 2015 to 223,423 in 2016, while the number of international immigrants...
  • Am I contributing to the correct DJT site?

    06/29/2019 9:03:45 AM PDT · by Vendome · 41 replies
    Vanity | 06/29/2019 | Vendome
    I have been contributing to DJT for relocation but, it occured to me last night, I hadn't received a thank you email. I want to be sure my donations are going to DJT Can you all confirm the following URL is correct:
  • The Easiest Way to Drain the Swamp: Relocate It to Tiny Everglades Across the Fruited Plain

    05/01/2019 7:46:24 AM PDT · by poconopundit · 20 replies
    A "You're So Vain" FReeper Vanity ^ | May 1, 2019 | Pocono Pundit
    The Swamp is what Sebastian Gorka means the Permanent State, not the Deep State. Gorka's right.  That's our number one enemy.  The Deep State may be more fiction than reality — with the exception of Lisa Strok, Comey, Boobamba, Sleepy Joe, and friends. The easiest way to destroy the Permanent State is to RELOCATE it.  Every large corporation recognizes the value of this strategy. Look at General Electric.  They could see bad times coming and knew they had to lop off a lot of useless executives pulling down deep salaries. What did they do?  They relocated from Connecticut to Boston. ...
  • Conservatives flee 'too liberal' California for Texas

    10/02/2017 12:16:03 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 21 replies
    The British Broadcasting Corporation ^ | October 1, 2017 | Angélica M. Casas
    (VIDEO-AT-LINK)Fed up with California politics and its "far-left" ideology, Paul Chabot looked to Texas. Now he's helping others do the same....
  • Hillary Clinton: Unemployed Americans may need to make this 'gut-wrenching' choice

    09/22/2017 11:04:38 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 83 replies
    CNBC ^ | September 22, 2017 | Marguerite Ward
    Unemployment is down, wages are up and to many Americans, the financial crisis may feel like a memory. But for those in rural America and regions tied to industries on the decline, joblessness remains a huge problem. Hillary Clinton says there is one possible solution to joblessness — but it's a tough pill to swallow. In "What Happened," Clinton writes that the possible solution is one few people want to discuss. "As hard as it is," she writes, "people may have to leave their hometowns and look for work elsewhere in America." While she advocates for local governments, employers and...
  • Trump to Upstate New Yorkers: Move

    07/27/2017 1:37:08 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 24 replies
    The National Review ^ | July 27, 2017 | Kevin D. Williamson
    Mr. MAGA comes around to the Williamson Plan. And lo, there was a light in the darkness. President Trump has embraced the Williamson Doctrine, the Gospel of U-Haul, the Grand Unified Theory of Getting Off Your Ass and Going Where the Jobs Are. MAGA, kids. MAGA. In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Trump boasted about the new American factories that he expects to be built under his watch — electronics manufacturer Foxconn is planning (probably) a new Wisconsin facility — and then suggested that the people in communities that were not positioned to benefit from these investments might...
  • N.J. OKs $17M in tax credits for company bringing 178 jobs to Trenton

    03/17/2017 8:47:01 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 40 replies
    The South Jersey Times ^ | March 17, 2017 | Cristina Rojas
    TRENTON -- A tech company is choosing to relocate to Trenton over Wilmington, Delaware, after securing more than $17 million in state tax credits. The state Economic Development Authority on Thursday approved the Grow New Jersey tax credits for Maestro Technologies, a technology consulting and data management systems firm. Now headquartered in Edison, Maestro has a small office in Watchung and several employees who work remotely or at client sites across the country. CEO Kamal Bathla says the company wanted to centrally locate the staff into a new headquarters to better facilitate training, efficiency and product development. Maestro was deciding...
  • Mysterious Military Flyover Above Manhattan Was A Trump "Emergency Relocation Drill"

    12/21/2016 7:26:01 PM PST · by blam · 52 replies
    Zero Hedge ^ | 12-21-2016 | Tyler Durden
    Tyler DurdenDecember 21, 2016 One week ago, New Yorkers were captivated, and unnerved, by a 40-minute long military exercise in which one USAF C-130 and several HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopters could be seen circling at very low altitudes above Manhattan. While the US military kept silent about the overflight, U.S. Air Force Col. Nicholas Broccoli, the vice commander of the Air National Guard’s 106th Rescue Wing, said the aircraft were conducting "standard military training." However, one look at the flight pattern of the plane shows there was seemingly little that was "standard" about a C-130(snip)Today we learn that the overflights...
  • Tale of Two Tribes: 'Climate Refugees' vs. EPA Victims

    05/04/2016 6:45:37 AM PDT · by rktman · 6 replies ^ | 5/4/2016 | Michelle Malkin
    The left has concocted a lucrative category of politically correct victims: "climate refugees." It's the new Green racket. U.S. taxpayers will now be forking over untold billions to ease the pain allegedly inflicted on "carbon's casualties" by industrial activity. By contrast, those who have suffered as a direct result of government incompetence by federal environmental bureaucrats continue to get the shaft. Consider the plight of two tribes: the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw in Louisiana and the Navajo Nation in New Mexico. The New York Times splashed a viral story on its pages this week spotlighting the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's...
  • Moving to Austin, TX | Any Good Employment Agencies? {VANITY}

    06/30/2015 8:15:08 AM PDT · by erod · 79 replies
    Hi FRiends, I am seriously considering a move to Austin, Texas this summer and I could use your help. In a nutshell, I am tired of the bleak and stagnant Chicago economic climate, the harsh Illinois winters and the Chicago machine. It’s time for a change in my life to find a new opportunity. I am a young marketing professional (30 years old) and have no wife or kids to provide for. Does anyone know of any good employment agencies in the Austin area to find some temporary or permanent work, so I can start my move down south? Any...
  • VANITY: Move to Seattle? Any young Conservatives in the city or state?

    02/25/2015 2:05:45 PM PST · by Freedom56v2 · 178 replies
    me ^ | 02/25/2015 | bushwon
    My daughter is graduating this summer--she has a dear friend who lives in Seattle and has suggested my daughter might move out there. Daughter could move anywhere she can find job in her field. My daughter is a conservative tho not a political junkie like her mom LOL. Her friend is probably a moderate, but not particularly political. I have a "moderate" republican friend who said Seattle is just growing by leaps and bounds and lots of young people are moving there. Though I have no direct say in the matter as daughter is an adult and I have not...
  • Americans on the move want warmth, affordability: reports

    01/02/2015 12:21:10 PM PST · by Jack Hydrazine · 99 replies
    al-Reuters ^ | 2JAN2015 | Mark Guarino
    (Reuters) - Americans moving out of state in 2014 were most likely to head to places that were warmer and more affordable, such as the South and Southwest, according to studies by two major moving companies. The 47th annual report by Allied Van Lines showed that Illinois topped the list of states people are moving away from with 1,372 net moves, followed by Pennsylvania, New York, Michigan and New Jersey. The states have remained in the top five since 2010, the company said.
  • Hundreds of Muslims in western Myanmar relocated

    08/24/2013 9:13:23 AM PDT · by Olog-hai · 8 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Aug 24, 2013 12:08 PM EDT
    Hundreds of Muslims trapped in ghetto-like conditions in western Myanmar after their homes were torched by Buddhist mobs last year were moved Saturday to a camp for internally displaced people, officials said. Government spokesman Win Myaing said the relocation from Aung Mingalar quarter in Sittwe township was voluntary. But one well-known activist said many of the families were worried their conditions would go from bad to worse once they left. Myanmar, a predominantly Buddhist country of 60 million, has been gripped by religious violence since military rulers handed over power to a nominally civilian government. …
  • Beretta Leaves Maryland Because of Stricter Gun Laws

    04/04/2013 8:53:25 PM PDT · by T-Bird45 · 112 replies
    OpposingViews.Com ^ | 4/4/2013 | Dabney Bailey
    New legislation is forcing gun manufacturing company Beretta to uproot and take their business elsewhere. Established in 1526, Beretta holds the distinction of being the oldest active firearms manufacturer in the world. The U.S. factory is located in Accokeek, Maryland, and has been a staple of the local economy for years. Beretta warned that stricter gun control laws would push the company outside of state lines, but that didn’t stop Maryland legislators. Jeffrey Reh, a spokesman for Beretta who also serves as the President of Stoeger Industries under Beretta, announced that the company would begrudgingly uproot and take its business...
  • Texas Experiences Meteoric Rise Of Relocation Inquiries From California Companies

    02/22/2013 7:44:44 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 27 replies
    Forbes ^ | 02/21/2013 | Rex Sinquefield
    Lone Star State Governor Rick Perry seriously amped up his West Coast recruiting efforts this month in response to California’s passage of Proposition 30, a statewide vote that dramatically increased the state’s personal income tax rate. Taxpayers there will be paying up to 3% more on earned income, and that increase is retroactive to January 1, 2012. More than a thousand miles away from Sacramento, a far more positive outlook counters the frustration felt by many California employees and business owners. Just last week Governor Perry met with 200 Golden State business owners, and two weeks ago he purchased $24,000...