Are you one of today’s astute Americans who is fleeing the top 10 flight states? Let’s see!
I recently looked over Forbes’ top 10 flight states and agree 100% with this spot-on analysis, so I wanted to put the list in front of you. After you check out the top 10-location losers, click to my Liberty & Freedom map, which helps drive home key issues. You’re looking at a rogues gallery of big government, high taxation, anti-Second Amendment, anti-right-to-work states. I advise you to re-locate from any of these 10 as soon as feasible, with perhaps a summer home as an exception.
Unless Americans do a real turnabout at the midterm elections, America will be on the brink of breaking philosophically into two parts. The center of America will form around a template featuring an ingrained faith and devotion to a Jeffersonian form of federal republic, which emphasizes small government, states’ rights, a strong Second Amendment, low taxes, and a balanced budget. As a cornerstone, this center America block will be against foreign entanglements and in support of an originalist reading of the Constitution. My Liberty & Freedom map will help you quickly envision the sympathetic group of states that might be included in such a philosophical embrace.
As to the Forbes’ top 10 flight states, the only state I would breathe a breath of life into is Maine. Inland Maine is not on my radar, but the coast of Maine is another story. Each summer Debbie and I ride the coast on our Harleys, often running the complete loop from Portland (do not miss Fore Street, one of America’s foremost restaurants) to Rockland, Camden, Blue Hill, Bar Harbor and into Canada.
If you are a resident of any of the flight 10, quickly begin your preparations for departure. Inertia is a tough foe, but when you devote the proper attention to my Liberty & Freedom map you undoubtedly will wish to relocate to the high moral ground.
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