The Exodus Of People Moving Away From California Is Becoming An Avalanche

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The Golden Gate Bridge - Public DomainOver the past ten years, approximately five million people have moved away from the state of California, and as you will see in this article this mass exodus appears to be accelerating.  So exactly why is this happening?  Once upon a time, it seemed like almost everyone wanted to live in California.  The nearly endless sunshine, the incredible weather, the pristine beaches and a booming economy motivated millions of young Americans to move out there to pursue “the California Dream”.  In fact, in the early nineties I actually explored the idea of moving out there myself.  But now the California Dream has become a nightmare.  Californians are being taxed to death, traffic in the major cities is absolutely horrific, violent crime and gang activity are on the rise, millions of illegal immigrants are putting an incredible strain on social support systems, and the ultra-liberal government in Sacramento seems to have gone completely insane.  In addition, the state faces constant threats from earthquakes, wildfires, droughts and mudslides, so it is quite understandable why so many people feel motivated to leave and never come back.

 

The number one destination for people leaving the state of California in recent years has been the state of Texas.  And according to Ali Meyer of the Washington Free Beacon, the number of people leaving California for Texas has reached “its highest level in nearly a decade”…

The number of Californians leaving the state and moving to Texas is at its highest level in nearly a decade, according to data from the Internal Revenue Service.

According to IRS migration data, which uses individual income tax returns to record year-to-year address changes, over 250,000 California residents moved out of the state between 2013 and 2014, the latest period for which data was available. The tax returns reported more than $21 billion in adjusted gross income to the IRS.

Of the returns, 33,626 reported address changes from California to Texas, which has been the top destination for individuals leaving California since 2007.

Certainly much of this exodus can be attributed to the absolutely suffocating tax rates in the state.  California has a 13.3 percent income tax, and that is in addition to a whole host of other ways that they have come up with to extract as much money out of the population as possible.

But if you really love living somewhere, most people will put up with high taxes.

To me, there are much greater concerns for those living in the state, including the fact that “the Big One” could literally strike at any moment.

According to a study that was discussed in the Los Angeles Times, a magnitude 9.0 earthquake along the Cascadia fault could potentially produce a tsunami so large that it would “wash away coastal towns”…

If a 9.0 earthquake were to strike along California’s sparsely populated North Coast, it would have a catastrophic ripple effect.

A giant tsunami created by the quake would wash away coastal towns, destroy U.S. 101 and cause $70 billion in damage over a large swath of the Pacific coast. More than 100 bridges would be lost, power lines toppled and coastal towns isolated. Residents would have as few as 15 minutes notice to flee to higher ground, and as many as 10,000 would perish.

Scientists last year published this grim scenario for a massive rupture along the Cascadia fault system, which runs 700 miles off shore from Northern California to Vancouver Island.

That is very bad news for all of those million dollar homes along the northern California coast.  Once upon a time I dreamed of a home overlooking the Pacific Ocean, but not anymore.  In fact, today I would not even dream of owning such a home.

And of course southern California is very much in danger as well.  The San Andreas fault gets most of the press, but there is actually a fault line that is far more dangerous.  According to one seismologist, the Puente Hills fault line could someday “eat L.A.” and cause hundreds of billions of dollars in economic damage…

Video simulations of a rupture on the Puente Hills fault system show how energy from a quake could erupt and be funneled toward L.A.’s densest neighborhoods, with the strongest waves rippling to the west and south across the Los Angeles Basin.

According to estimates by the USGS and Southern California Earthquake Center, a massive quake on the Puente Hills fault could kill from 3,000 to 18,000 people and cause up to $250 billion in damage. Under this worst-case scenario, people in as many as three-quarters of a million households would be left homeless.

The entire California coastline lies along “the Ring of Fire” which has become much more active in recent years.  Scientists assure us that it is only a matter of time before the state experiences absolutely horrific natural disasters, but most Californians have been lulled into a false sense of security.

In the end, I believe that the great shaking that will come to the state of California will be just part of the great shaking that is coming to the United States as a whole.  This great shaking is something that I discuss in my new book entitled “The Rapture Verdict” which is all about Bible prophecy and the last days.  I am fully convinced that the judgment of God is coming to America, and that everything that can be shaken will be shaken.

There are many people out there that are concerned that the state of California will fall into the ocean someday, but scientists tell us that is probably not likely to happen.  However, the U.S. Geological Service does admit that one day the cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco will be right next to each other…

Will California eventually fall into the ocean?

No. The San Andreas Fault System, which crosses California from the Salton Sea in the south to Cape Mendocino in the north, is the boundary between the Pacific Plate and North American Plate. The Pacific Plate is moving northwest with respect to the North American Plate at approximately 46 millimeters per year (the rate your fingernails grow). The strike-slip earthquakes on the San Andreas Fault are a result of this plate motion. The plates are moving horizontally past one another, so California is not going to fall into the ocean. However, Los Angeles and San Francisco will one day be adjacent to one another!

And of course it is true that small parts of California are already falling into the ocean as this current El Nino weather pattern causes stunning erosion along the coast.

Yes, there are good things about the state of California, and I hope to get the chance to visit again at least one more time before it is too late.

But there is no way that I would want to live there, and if anyone that does live there asks me, I always encourage them to think about moving.

So what do you think about the future of the state?

Please feel free to participate in the discussion by posting a comment below…

*About the author: Michael Snyder is the founder and publisher of End Of The American Dream. Michael’s controversial new book about Bible prophecy entitled “The Rapture Verdict” is available in paperback and for the Kindle on Amazon.com.*

   
  • James Dohnalek

    Interesting enough the USGS has stated that in the past two years earthquakes and volcano eruptions are up over 300%. Why?
    Read about PLANET X. !!! I believe on this increased activity Planet X
    Is real. Government will not say a word about it because of panic and out right terrible ARMAGEDDON.

    • James, can you give the link to USGS where they make there statement about earthquakes? I would like to show their statement to people I know. Thanks in advance.

      Keeping an eye on the Ring of Fire I also suspect a serious increase in earthquakes and volcano activity.
      But people always based themselves on “averages” and then conclude nothing is different than before. Problem is that “average” is a statistical lie and is not really representative of reality… However, even those averages compare to previous one seems to indicate a slight increase as well…

      There are a lot of things on on Earth, below it and around it, and those convergences is not good news in the short term for mankind I think…

  • ivor biggin

    California is to the rest of the USA what Sweden is to the rest of Europe.

    • MaxRockatansky33

      New York, Chicago and Seattle are also pretty liberal. But no Syrian refugees there yet.

      • Mark C. Danzig

        ya dumbs*t-The Jewish Family Council of Seattle is importing them in droves

        • hypocracy

          also baptist family charities & other church groups want more illegals

          • BJ Giauque

            And not mention the Catholics……

          • WVBORN56

            I don’t think they want them as much as they do see it as an opportunity to share the gospel message they may have not otherwise would have heard.

          • doodaa

            To a Muslim?? Give me a break………

      • JamesKelso

        If you weren’t bombing or destabilizing their countries. There wouldn’t be any refugees at all

        • MaxRockatansky33

          Yep, blame all on US.

        • MaxRockatansky33

          Israel don’t have problem with refugees at all. I wonder why Saudi Arabia is not taking any refugees. Because SA is behind wars in Syria, Yemen and Iraq. Blaming the West will not help to combat this invasion.

        • Z_woman

          Islam has destabilized their countries.

      • Sam

        Steve Jobs was a 2nd generation Syrian refugee.

    • L. A. McDonough

      Miami, Tampa other areas of Fla. are over run and crime ridden out of control.

      • TomIron361

        arethenegroesleaving???

      • Eileen Kuch

        Where are the legal gun owners there? Time for them to activate self-defense against all those violent criminals.

    • Doesn’t Sweden get the highest marks for standard of living and happiness?

      I think Cali is high on both of those metrics, yes, but likely not the highest in the country. California has to improve a little if it wants to reach Sweden status.

      • Bobby Bill

        Sweden got rich off selling iron ore and other materiels to the Nazis. Oh, wait, that’s what American corporations did, too. Without them, Adolf might have had to back to pimping himself to elderly Jewish males on the streets of Vienna.

        • ukalally

          your mother was born because of an affair Hitler had with a prostitute in vienna

          • knifemare69

            Eat feces and die, corporate bootlicker bitch…

          • Michael Duberson

            No, Hitler was born because his mother had an affair with Nathaniel Rothschild in Vienna. Hitler was a Rothschild, a Jew who allegedly killed six million Jews.

      • BenguluruHuduga

        keep dreaming .. california is heading to become the next detroit.

        • There is no “dreaming” involved — just facts.

          But thanks for that sadistic little dreaming of your own. I hope you’re not religious or a Republican; those two groups already suffer enough bad press with evil-wishers like yourself in their ranks.

          • BenguluruHuduga

            Uh, I am apolitical.. just trying to reason with math. You can’t fight mathematics .. No where on earth or in interstellar space.. Debt load of California versus its current tax revenues is a road to disaster.. If people leave { and they are by the way }, dwindling revenues will head towards bankruptcy.

            it happens slowly thanks to financial gimmicks but over 10 , 15 years effect will be felt. Foundation for mess in Detroit was laid in 60’s. it took over 5 decades to play out.. For now you are safe, Illinois is the next in line for bankruptcy. 2 are already bankrupt : Detroit and Puerto Rico.

          • Good, as long as you don’t go around presenting as right-leaning, you can spout your sadistic wishes all ya want.

            I’m just exhausted with Republican versions of what you’re saying, making the GOP look bad.

      • TheLulzWarrior

        Norway is worst actually, large parts of Oslo looks like Mogadishu.

  • Dan Jones

    Maybe they think they will not like the 7000 auto-cashiers that McDonald’s is going to put in?

    Always be a light that is .shininginthedark.

    • Anonymous1

      It’s going to be a lot more than just McDonalds.

      • Richard Broberg

        There will soon be only two people working at MacDs…the manager and the guy who does maintenance on the robots.

  • paul mullin

    armegeddinouttahere…

  • The number one bumper sticker see on California natives’ cars: Thanks for Visiting – NOW GO HOME!

    Like absolutely every other land on the planet, California has its issues. But ask the residents of the state, “What would you change about California if you could?” and many most would say they want Midwesterners and eastcoasters to go back home.

    Ironically, the only “Californians” I can think of who fixate on illegals and/or foreigners aren’t even Californians themselves, they are grumpy, forever-whining Midwesterners.

    • jaxon64

      Actually, the answer for the reason that hundreds of thousands are leaving California is simple–it’s called “White Flight”. It has happened in most major cities and that is why they turn to decadent and dilapidated hellholes.
      Same pattern- govt forces tons of immigrants, Sect 8 housing and entitlement slums on a prosperous city or county. They are forced to raise taxes on the producers to pay for their pet social projects ( no pun intended) and then the producers get tired of exorbitant taxes while schools become crap and crime rates explode.
      Scary to think it is happening on a grand scale like an entire state the size of California…..

      • “Actually, [……………]”

        I remember hearing that exact set of claims from all the way back the late 70s. I always wondered if I’d be alive to see the day when it finally happened.

        This is why I eat healthy — so maybe, maybe, maybe one day the “white flight” predictions will be visible to the people who actually live in California, rather than the ones who live everywhere else.

        • algol2000

          Please I do not get you..Are you currently receiving assistance from the government?

          • My company brings in high seven figures every year, so yes, I do qualify for some super tax breaks. I wouldn’t call it “assistance”, since I likely pay more in personal taxes than you earn in a year.

            Also, you needn’t get me. I’m not yours to try for.

          • Voldemort

            ROFLMAO get outta here with your chump change! Even the tiny, local landscape companies in every major city gross 7 figures easily. You ain’t special! Smh…

          • Can you name one such tiny, local landscaping company that does so? I can’t seem to find any that make even a morsel of that.

            And… did it seem like I was trying to brag? Pity you, yes, I do! I was just pointing out the level of government assistance I receive. We just call it tax incentives now, not “government assistance”. I hope the education on the matter didn’t hurt too much?

          • Voldemort

            Ugh, it did, my head is killing me lol!

            Seriously though, dig deeper. Every tree company I worked for in Denver CO to start. Even the Mom and Pop ones. Snow removal alone is enough to push any landscape company into 7 figure territory. That’s not exactly big money these days… Get off your high horse! You’re not even pretty for goodness sakes!

          • A.) I am on no high horse — I stated a fact that my personal tech company makes in the high seven figures.

            B.) Do you know there is a difference between “high seven figures” and “7 figure territory” (as you tried to lower it to)? Maybe you need to break out a pencil and have a girl teach you about math if you think $9,999,999 is comparable to $1,000,000, which are both seven figures (only one of which is high seven figures).

            C.) Unless you’re the one who doxxed my family, you don’t have the first clue as to what I look like. And the men who compliment me as I pass by and run up to me to ask for a “coffee date” might possibly be a whole heckuva lot more hetero than you are.

            Oh… wait… did you think that I am Débora Adorno, the Brazilian model I use for my Disqus avatar????????????? AHAHAHAHAHAHA TO INFINITY you thought that she is “not even pretty for goodness sake”! She went to school with my cunhada, and she made quite the stir when she made herself MORE famous by silently shutting down guys who beg her for her number/attention. Look her up, you’ll actually learn something.

            Yes, although she and I don’t share one physical color in common, she and I both do quite well in the “hey-omg-would-you-please-gimme-your-phone-number-please-please-please” category. Perhaps you ought to look into some “Conversion Therapy” if you think women aren’t attractive.

          • algol2000

            I will answer, yes? Biomechanical engineer? There is no llimit to government support for those who will easily soak iit up at the expense of others, including the so-called tax breaks!

            Except in case of bankruptcy or outright theft of resources from the actual productive people.

          • Voldemort

            Ugh, it did, my head is killing me lol!

            Seriously though, dig deeper. Every tree company I worked for in Denver CO to start. Even the Mom and Pop ones. Snow removal alone is enough to push any landscape company into 7 figure territory. That’s not exactly big money these days… Get off your high horse! You’re not even pretty for goodness sakes!

          • A.) I am on no high horse — I stated a fact that my personal tech company makes in the high seven figures.

            B.) Do you know there is a difference between “high seven figures” and “7 figure territory” (as you tried to lower it to)? Maybe you need to break out a pencil and have a girl teach you about math if you think $9,999,999 is comparable to $1,000,000, which are both seven figures (only one of which is high seven figures).

            C.) Unless you’re the one who doxxed my family, you don’t have the first clue as to what I look like. And the men who compliment me as I pass by and run up to me to ask for a “coffee date” might possibly be a whole heckuva lot more hetero than you are.

            Oh… wait… did you think that I am Débora Adorno, the Brazilian model I use for my Disqus avatar????????????? AHAHAHAHAHAHA TO INFINITY you thought that she is “not even pretty for goodness sake”! She went to school with my cunhada, and she made quite the stir when she made herself MORE famous
            by silently shutting down guys who beg her for her number/attention. Look her up, you’ll actually learn something.

            Yes, although she and I don’t share one physical color in common, she and I both do quite well in the “hey-omg-would-you-please-gimme-your-phone-number-please-please-please” category. Perhaps you ought to look into some “Conversion Therapy” if
            you think women aren’t attractive.

          • algol2000

            Well well, is it not the same Carrie the deciever? Please tell me the name of your “Company” so that I can look it up

          • Oh, sure! And my phone number and email address too, why not!

            Oh, darn — wait. I just remember how some monster-in-waiting just like you grabbed some of my personal info, called the police to alert them to my husband “sneaking around playgrounds naked”, and my kids’ schools getting phone calls alerting them that my kids had left pipe bombs on campus… Not to mention the reams of paper my company would have blown on the fax had we not disengaged it for the week after all the faked p?rn with my head photoshopped onto it started streaming in.

            Yeah, let me just give a troll a match and some gasoline and my address… it amazes me how stupid you people are. It also disappoints me that you read the same sites as I.

          • algol2000

            Proof is required to every claim. We have the addresses of most businesses on the web. I am sure your “Company” is into some shady business like those you mentioned above. Nothing to be proud of eh?

          • There are crimes against stalking and harassment; I am not going to contribute to the pursuit of any criminal activities, least of all if they are going to be against me or my family again.

            Biomechanical engineering may be shady to stupid people, but to those of us in the industry, YES, it IS something to be proud of, unlike stalking.

          • algol2000

            Biomechanical engineering? Oh, I see. No pun intended, but I am sure you could easily make 7 figures with that. LOL

          • algol2000

            I have an idea, I think you should report to the thought police, or your “union against free speech or mansplaining”. There, fixed it for ya.

          • Yeah, except in Nigeria — where you must be from — “fixed it for ya” means send our deposed leader dollars. Quite the opposite of anything being “fixed” correctly.

          • algol2000

            Or, have you reported me to the thought police yet?

          • I just Googled “thought police”.
            It seems to be an imaginary fear held by people suffering from multiple mental problems, including delusions.

            So, no, I have not reported you to the imaginary thing you are deluded into believing is real. But you can always turn yourself in. Let’s just say that the imaginary thought police precinct is in the middle of a very, very busy street during rush hour.

          • algol2000

            You really had to google it before you could decipher it? Now I am having serious thoughts about what it means for some people to be a biomechanical engineer. How biomechanical is that?

          • {longggg sigh}… I thought it was obvious that I was intentionally being condescending to your troll-level of “intelligence”.

            I overestimated your “intelligence”, even when I’d only considered you a proven idiot.

          • algol2000

            Oh, Carrie, quit whining, everyone can read your post. I must tell you, it is always a pleasure sparring with you. Tell me, when can we take this to another level?

        • nbt303

          white flight? wtf is that?

        • jaxon64

          I see you are Hispanic by your picture and I understand you love California–I get it. However I don’t post silly arguments, I only deal in facts.
          The 2014 US Census showed California with 33.9 million people-and for the first time, whites are now a minority.
          In 1990 61.4% of the population of California were white and by 2014 that number had dropped to 38.8% of the populace. That is a MASSIVE change in demographics.
          As we see huge increases in taxes and demands for social services for the waves of immigrants–the disenchanted producers have reached a tipping point where they can no longer shoulder the burden.
          The, “Come to America and Get Free Stuff” mantra of the liberal left coasters has put California on a course for a slow decay. Your budgets are unsustainable, your public employee pensions, salaries and compensations are unsustainable and the masses of entitlements and welfare programs for legal and illegal persons is unsustainable.
          Simple facts–let the Asians ( 13%)and Hispanics ( 40%) fight over it.
          PS: I always find the “Come move to California” commercials they constantly show on TV here on the east coast as humorous–its always a bunch of white people, blond haired beach boys and girls or celebs begging for the tax base to come back….

          • No, you see that the Brazilian model I use as my disqus avatar, Debora Adorno, is Brazilian. As for the rest that you “see”, you didn’t even see her name written in red letters across her face, so perhaps the rest of what you think you “see” is also not really there either.

          • jaxon64

            just as I thought–not a single refutation to the facts and figures I posted from the Government website–you are just trolling, don’t know why I wasted my time with you–pearls before swine

          • Umm, no. It’s NOT just as you thought. And it hasn’t been yet.

            I am not claiming people aren’t leaving CA. Yet you seem(?) to be under some such delusion that I think otherwise. Your statement of numbers doesn’t affect even so much as one thing I’ve stated (which again, I never claimed people weren’t blessedly gtfo out CA).

            Thus far, it has only been YOU who’s continually been incorrect then, not just by continually trying to push the blatant lie that I have said/insinuated anything that I most certainly never have, but also that now I’m suddenly Hispanic and suddenly love California.

            I hope you never have to apply for a job interview once you get out of high school, because no one with a modicum of sense is going to want to hire someone so all-fired backward in their thoughts and assumptions. G-d pity the living fxck out of anyone unlucky enough to be stuck near you at a work site.

            Claim that you “only deal in facts” all ya want… but don’t pretend that the statement is factual… because it isn’t.

    • CEDRICWARD

      Carrie,
      When I moved from Cally to North Idaho that was the same reception people from California received up here. Just to have a California license plate made you unwanted.
      The funny thing is that many of the Idahoans here who are not Idaho residents of many, many generations have moved over from Washington and Oregon. It seems that Californians drive out the populations of the states they move into. Cally to Oregon to Washington to Idaho, Then maybe Montana, Wyoming or Canada (who don’t want Americans at all…at least the government doesn’t, unless you can bring a lot of money to invest!).
      They paved Paradise and put up a parking lot! (credit to Joni Mitchell)

  • P>Hopkins

    The problem is that the ex-pats from Califonistan relocate to states like Texas and then elect the same crazy loons they elected to ruin their previous state. I say we cut our losses, give California back to Mexico and incorporate their state line in Trump’s border wall. That way, nobody in California can ever again be called illegals and we keep those idiots from polite society

    • Lulu Brannan

      P, I agree on everything except it would be Cruz building the wall and reducing our tax rate.

      • kfilly

        Cruz is anti-American sleaze bag that favored visas for foreign workers to come steal American jobs and voted for the Trans Pacific Partnership. His wife also is an executive for Goldman Sachs. Can you say statist?

        • Lulu Brannan

          Well yes, I’m able to say it but that doesn’t make it so. I’m not will to let the liberal, leftist media select another liberal as my candidAe. Working for a bank doesn’t make a person evil as you imply but there has been a lot of lies and implications by trump to take out the other candidates.
          It won’t work with me as I have watched Cruz fight to destroy amnesty and thats the reason we don’t have it now. Trump on the other hand hires the illegals here in mar-a-Lago and in NY her hired the illegal Polish workers.
          Cruz fought and won to defend our second ammendment rights.
          Cruz supported h1b highly skilled workers ( you know the people the US has always encouraged to come here legally) until he saw that businesses were using it to replace Americans like Disney then he stopped supporting it. Meanwhile Trump hires the H1B workers. Lol.
          Trump SAYS he will stop eating Oreo cookies because they sent a US Co. Elsewhere but Trump and his wife CURRENTLY send their jobs to “Chyna”, India, and Mexico. His suits, ties, Teddy bears, cuff links and her jewelry, watches and make up. Hippocrit much? Trump is a lifelong, liberal democrat and nothing has changed except his rhetoric.

          • kfilly

            First, you have to realize that Goldman Sachs is an evil, repulsive criminal entity. That bank is behind some of the shadiest deals that happen in this country. Goldman Sachs is also essentially our Treasury Department as it is a revolving door between both entities. Yes, Ted Cruz’s wife works there as a high level executive. I am sure she knows about the banks dealings. Second, you never said anything about Ted Cruz supporting the anti-American Trans Pacific Partnership. Something else I never mentioned before was the effort Ted Cruz used to de-rail Ben Carson’s campaign in Iowa. I suppose you are aware of that as well. You accuse me of voting for Donald Trump. For the record, I left the false two party paradigm where most Amerikans reside. I am voting for the Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson. You might say I am wasting my vote or that I will allow someone worse to win. Maybe, that is the case. If a majority of sheep woke up, there might be a change in this country.

          • jaxon64

            Amen kfilly. Most of these red and blue koolaid drinkers think if you critique “their team” you must be on the “other team”. It is beyond their capacity to think that there are millions of Liberty minded INDIVIDUALISTS who don’t back either team…..

          • Lulu Brannan

            It’s very clear who most back. I am neither Rep. Or Dem. who is your “team” , Jaxon?

          • Lulu Brannan

            I was watching CNN the moment CRsons fiasco went down and saw EXACTLY what happened. Carson announced to CNN he wasn’t going to the next 2 primaries, NH and SC and that he was going home for some R and R. Context matters too. They were commenting on how Santorium was out and how this could be it for Carson. In every way that they could say he was out, they did. Then later TWEETED it wasnt so. Do you hear every tweet? Well, neither did Cruz who was busy campaigning all day. Later that night he heard whAt happened and called Carson. He was unable to reach him. The next morning he called again and got him. He apologized for his campaign not seeing the tweets that he wasn’t out and asking for support from those voters who lost their candidate. Also, Rubio and Trump tried to capitalize too but the media hates Cruz because he isn’t a liberal like they only published his. Carson asked Cruz to publicly apologize. Cruz apologized in a debate that was seen worldwide. Have you ever apologized even privately? It hard. It takes a humble and big man to do that! But Carson never accepted his apology. Interesting. I believe Trump and Carson made their alliance for support prior to Iowa. Carsons numbers fell dramatically after people saw him debate and the real cause of his decline was his OWN fault for making stupid announcements among other crazy things he has done. The only thing left to say about it is the proof is in the pudding. Carson backed Trump openly from then on and admitted Trump promised him a cabinet job. I collected on a bet at that moment. Carson sunk his own campaign.

          • Gay Veteran

            does busTed Cruz (R-Goldman Sachs) have a Consular Report of Birth Abroad?

            from Karl Dennnger:

            “…Cruz either has that Consular Report of Birth Abroad, which is his legal proof of US Citizenship just as my Birth Certificate is mine, or he doesn’t and he’s not a citizen at all as his parents declared his citizenship as Canadian and the land he were born in prohibited dual nationality at the time….”

          • Lulu Brannan

            Do you ever watch or read news? This hAs been thrown out of several courts and recently ruled a natural born citizen. Trump keeps promulgating trashy lies about Ted like he did Fiorina, Jeb, Marco Rubio, Megyn Kelly, John McCain and Sooo many others!

          • Gay Veteran

            which just goes to show he is part of TPTB

          • TPartyOn

            TRUMP is part of the Establishment. He made a deal with Bill and Hill to con the sheeple and divide the GOP electorate so Hillary would be assured a win. Looks like it’s working…

          • Gay Veteran

            “The Pittsburgh man who lost a legal challenge to Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s eligibility to serve as President has appealed his defeat to the state Supreme Court…

            In his appeal brief, Elliot argues that Cruz is not a natural born citizen and therefore ineligible to hold the office of president under the Constitution….”

          • Lulu Brannan

            He is as American as apple pie, Bud! Cruz crushes Trump 4 in a row! Woo hoo.

          • TPartyOn

            Nope. TPTB don’t call out Speaker of the House on the Senate floor for being a liar; doesn’t fight corruption and crony-capitalism on the Senate floor; doesn’t fight against amnesty; doesn’t vote pro-constitution 89% of the time…(more than any other candidate, BTW) AS TED CRUZ DOES!

          • Lulu Brannan

            Yes, Cruz did those things and he gets a 98% rating on Conservative Review ( Breitbart approved) as well. Not sure what your point to me was?

          • kfilly

            Can you say controlled opposition? A real American doesn’t vote in favor of the job and freedom killing Trans Pacific Partnership. Ted did. I don’t care about the rest of his record. He also swears to fight an organization where his wife works. Yep, sure he’ll do a great job at that. Leave the faux two party system and your illusion of choice.

          • Gay Veteran

            oh Lulu, you’re like a child who doesn’t understand that
            democrats = republicans.
            and I bet you think Obama voters are stupid, and yet you are as stupid as them

          • Lulu Brannan

            Good! He should bring it up in a court of law like so many have. That’s hasn’t gone very well for them though. Lol

          • Gay Veteran

            oh Lulu, why are you backing ANY politician???

          • TPartyOn

            Trump is a con man and a liar. He actually won the Politifact 2015 LIAR LIAR PANTS ON FIRE Award for being the biggest liar on earth, lying an astounding 83% of the time! And to think that people still vote for him..guess they haven’t had enough of liars in the White House already!

        • L. A. McDonough

          CFR member no doubt.

          • Lulu Brannan

            No, but Trumps advisor, Richard Haas is President of the council on foreign relations.! Google it

        • Lulu Brannan

          A statist is a person that believe in large, centralized government. Cruz is a small government ( conservative), constitutional man. Meanwhile Trump could not even define a conservative because he isn’t one.
          Cruz has one of the most conservative records in the Senate. Chavetz, and Mike Lee have a slightly more conservative record with a 100% record while Cruz’s is 98%. Meanwhile Trump is rated a whopping 37%! Trump wants Yuuuge government healthcare and that is a statist policy. Why don’t you research yourself their records instead of reading Trump talking points? Freedomworks has these online. Trumps mouth will get us into WW3 and he loses to Hillary. He is hated by too many people. He keeps on saying stoopid things about women and our Allies. A vote for Trump is a vote for Hillary.

          • Gay Veteran

            is Canadian Ted a Dominionist?
            busTed Cruz (R-Goldman Sachs)

          • Lulu Brannan

            Ted Cruz is a Southern Baptist. He is also a natural born itizen as was recently ruled in Pennsylvania. Surely you know all of this and aren’t just repeating Trumps trash about him?

          • Gay Veteran

            Ted Cruz (R-Goldman Sachs) was born in Canada

          • Lulu Brannan

            He was ruled as American as Apple pie. Only Trumplings deny truth like this. Amazing

          • Gay Veteran

            TPTB taking care of their own.

            The fact that his wife worked for the vampire squid Goldman Sachs is enough to not for him.

            but hey, he would be the first gay republican candidate for president.
            Him and Rubio could be the all gay ticket

          • kfilly

            Spot on about his wife! I would not vote for him just because of her. Don’t forget that she was also part of the anti-American Council of Foreign Relations.

          • TPartyOn

            NO, SHE WAS NOT. Why don’t you do your research, or just go to the Cruz website where you can read what Heidi Cruz says about this herself!

          • kfilly

            I am not trying to be a jerk, but I am still awaiting a reply to my post with the link to the Council of Foreign Relations members names. The same post goes to the Council of Foreign Relations website and names Heidi Cruz as a member of the organization. You stated Heidi Cruz didn’t list her membership to this anti-American agency (started by the Rockefeller family) in her campaign site. I wonder why she wouldn’t do that on campaign propaganda. Being that she is a member of that treasonous organization, I am sure she is well aware of the criminal activities at Goldman Sachs. Yes, Heidi Cruz becomes important when she is a part of anti-American organizations.

          • TPartyOn

            So now Ted is gay? What a dilemma, I don’t know who to believe…the Trump lackeys who come out every few days with lies about Ted’s “umpteen mistresses”, or the anti-Cruz forces like you, who now say he’s gay! Smells like desperation to me…

          • Gay Veteran

            ever hear of “gaydar”?
            Cruz/Rubio, the republicans’ first all gay ticket!

          • Jim Davis

            Not sure about Cruz. Marco sure seems to enjoy foam baths with naked men.

          • Gay Veteran

            LOL, who doesn’t

          • Jim Davis

            Men who aren’t gay!

          • Gay Veteran

            Cruz (R-Goldman Sachs) sets off my gaydar

          • Lulu Brannan

            Oh yes, we all know working at a bank is evill. Bwahahah

          • Gay Veteran

            we’re not talking about the little neighborhood bank in “It’s A Wonderful Life”.

            google Goldman Sachs and the massive amounts of crimes and evil acts they have committed

          • Susieq

            Ok Lulu…you’ve gone and done it, and it’s official: You’re an idiot.

          • Lulu Brannan

            Exactly what I have come to expect. Exactly. Name calling. Sad group of people.

          • Lulu Brannan

            Ok, so you should just love him then. Lol.
            You have said, “Cruz is gay” and also “Cruz supports making homos felonious as Islam does chopping off heads and throwing gays off of buildings”. So, he is gay and yet wants to kill gays? Lol. If you want to be taken seriously you might want to say SENSIBLE things. Lol

          • Gay Veteran

            oh, so you don’t think people will do anything for power?
            the head of the brown shirts in Germany way gay.
            now you try saying something sensible

          • Lulu Brannan

            But you didn’t answer my question. If Cruz is gay as you have accused then why would he kill gays, Sir?

          • Gay Veteran

            I did answer your question. perhaps you didn’t understand the answer:

            oh, so you don’t think people will do anything for power?
            the head of the brown shirts in Germany way gay.

            you DO know that the na zis sent gays to the concentration camps?

          • Lulu Brannan

            No one will protect your constitutional rights like Cruz. I believe he is the only one running that has read the constitution. Lol. You should be more worried about Trump hurting you. He is the one that keeps suggesting he will do executive orders ( a pen and phone) like Obama.
            Suggesting that America is Nazi Germany is far fetched.
            Ted Cruz has fought and won against DC corruption and kept his word to those who elected him. So we know his record. This is why DC hates him. He would not sell his soul like Pelosi, Reid, etc. Trump is a lifelong liberal that will be Obama without the knowledge of our government. We will be in WW3 if Trump wins because of his big mouth and ignorance.

          • Gay Veteran

            I see you totally missed the point. Didn’t suggest that America is na zi Germany.

            what I did say was people will do anything for power

            and WWIII? busTed Cruz (R-Goldman Sachs) is your boy:

            “…It is not simply his wife’s connection to Goldman Sachs and investment banking or his unreported loan from the multinational investment banking firm, however, that betrays this image.

            A closer look at Cruz reveals he is a neocon insider, not a renegade outsider.

            …Cruz’s foreign policy advisor is the notorious neocon James Woolsey, the former director of the CIA during the Clinton administration. Woolsey is connected to the now largely defunct Project for the New American Century (PNAC), a think tank with an agenda formulated by top neocons William Kristol and Robert Kagan. PNAC was at the forefront of the Bush administration push to invade Iraq. He is a former vice president of the defense contractor Booz Allen Hamilton and an advocate of the neocon hardline on Iran….”

          • Gay Veteran

            “…Ted’s foreign policy team includes Elliot Abrams, a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and the son-in-law of Norman Podhoretz, a trailblazing neoconservative ideologue. Abrams was a key adviser on Mideast policy at the National Security Council (NSC) during the George W. Bush presidency and also a staunch advocate of the Iraq invasion, the hardline on Iran and military strikes against the government of Bashar al-Assad in Syria….”

          • Lulu Brannan

            Cruz wants each state to have their own say ( just like the founders intended) on homosexual marriage, abortion and drug use. He doesn’t think the Feds should govern social issues but it be left to states.

          • Gay Veteran

            so your fundamental civil rights will depend on which state you live in?!?!?!?

            sounds like the old state’s rights used by the segregationists

          • SusieQ

            Yes, Lulu, and only idiots refuse to comprehend that the wording of the US Constitution MEANS SOMETHING and that disregarding that understanding has grave implications: Obama, anyone? Further, this is not just about Cruz’s citizenship, though that is enough in a properly and legitimately executed system to disqualify him permenantly; it’s about precluding yet another establishment, career politician into the WH. The great hope of “Trumpliings’ as you call them, is in effectually making viable changes and nullifying some of the horrifying acts perpetrated against the citizenry of this country in the name of globalism and their bankster-owners on the part of these career, bankster-owned bastards ala Cruz, such as NAFTA and GATT, the Patriot Act, numerous EO’s–too numerous to list out–all of which are completely unConstitutional since the Constitution does not grant the president any such authority, that is, the authority to make law–and so many others. Wonder where all of the jobs went? Well, they went overseas and down south, because NAFTA and GATT made that possible and oh-so-lucrative for the money-class, mega-corps. Trump, so far, is the only one of these candidates to bring up the illegal immigration issue, and while I don’t agree with all of his statements, at least he’s brought it to the table. It is the single, biggest problem we face if we are to remain a cohesive nation, that is, America as opposed to little Mexico. Cruz is perfectly ok with letting more foreigners in. Frankly, all of these career politicians should be taken out and strung up for High Treason if truth be told.

          • Lulu Brannan

            AGAIN, Several US courts of law have thrown out your argument of citizenship. Pennsylvania was the latest to rule HE IS a Natural Born Citizen. Do you people not read or comprehend the news or law? Good grief

          • Lulu Brannan

            Roflmro! Again, Trump SENDS HIS and his wife’s jobs overseas! His suits, ties, cuff links. Teddy Bears, her jewelry, watches and make up are made in Chyna, India, and Mexico. Sure he will make others do what he refuses to do. You all would believe anything!

          • Lulu Brannan

            Cruz was talking about building a wall and stopping the illegals in 2011. It’s a lie that Chump said it first. There is video of Cruz doing so. Inform yourselves and Google it.

          • Lulu Brannan

            Jobs left the US because we have the highest corporate tax rate in the world. Taxing imports as Chump suggested will only raise the prices WE PAY. We need lower taxes as Cruz has proposed to bring companies back

          • Lulu Brannan

            Chump admits to hiring illegals to care for his lawn, hires them in mar-a-Lago and the Pllish illegals in NY that he ripped off. Businessmen who bought off our corrupt congress are the problem. Cruz has kept his word, fought the establishment and defeated amnesty.

          • kfilly

            I like the (R-Goldman Sachs). It is too bad we cannot get all of our politicians to sport their corporate sponsors on their suits.

          • Lulu Brannan

            I’d love to see Trumps taxes so we could see who he supports financially, mob ties, Hillary, Bill, etc

          • Lulu Brannan

            Amen Sister!

          • Gay Veteran

            great idea!

          • TPartyOn

            AND,….YOUR POINT IS??

          • Gay Veteran

            http://freedomoutpost DOT com/canadian-ted-cruz-does-he-have-the-documents-to-prove-he-is-a-u-s-citizen-and-eligible-to-be-president/

          • Gay Veteran

            “…Ted Cruz press people will tell you endlessly that he is a born-again Christian, and he may well be. But Ted Cruz is also a member of a strict fundamentalist branch of the Southern Baptist Church but also has deep roots in the Dominionist theology and Charismatic Pentecostalism of his father. His father Rafael Cruz is is a noted Dominionist preacher…

            Dominion theology is also known as Christian reconstructionism and theonomy. Dominion theology states that biblical Christianity will rule all areas of society, personal and corporate. Christian reconstructionism reasons that society will be reconstructed by the Law of God as preached in the gospel and the Great Commission. Theonomy is a post-millennial view believing that all of the moral laws contained in the Old Testament are yet binding today…

            Rafael Cruz indicated that his son Ted is among the evangelical Christians who are anointed as “kings” to take control of all sectors of society, an agenda commonly referred to as the “Seven Mountains” mandate, and “bring the spoils of war to the priests”, thus helping to bring about a prophesied “great transfer of wealth”, from the “wicked” to righteous gentile believers. They believe that they are working to “bring in the Kingdom” right here and now instead of waiting for it as the Bible says with Jesus Christ….”

          • Gay Veteran

            from Karl Denninger:

            “…But in the end the real question is this: I can’t support Cruz as he’s a crazy evangelical that believes he’s anointed to be President, and that flows from his own family. It’s not some random preacher saying it, it’s his father. Further, he’s joined in that by a bunch of demonstrably off-the-wall preachers who support not only making homosexuality felonious they think the death penalty is appropriate for same.

            However you feel personally about such matters I think most people will agree anyone holding such views in today’s world has no place anywhere near the White House.

            Let’s be frank folks: That is exactly the same position the Islamic Nutters have on gay people and they have a history of throwing gays off buildings or chopping off their heads. If you in any way support Cruz that is what you are voting to put in the White House, and that it isn’t called Islam doesn’t matter. Policy matters, not names….”

          • Lulu Brannan

            What a pack of lies. Cruz holds his beliefs and wants each of us to have the freedom to practice our faith or lack thereof.
            Please provide proof of what you said. It’s patently false.

          • Gay Veteran

            Karl Denninger (one of the founders of the tea party movement) at Market Ticker.
            and if it is so “patently false” then you should easily prove it so

          • Lulu Brannan

            That just what I thought. No proof at all. Just lies.

          • Gay Veteran

            https://market-ticker DOT org/akcs-www?post=231299

            interesting you can’t rebut it

          • Lulu Brannan

            What a bunch of trash. I’ve seen Plenty of garbage strewn at someone before and see no need to even address that trash. Lol

          • Gay Veteran

            keep saluting that politician, you’ll get what you deserve

          • Lulu Brannan

            Gay, I don’t want America to get what she deserves but rather I pray that God will give us a Godly leader who will undo the liberal policies that have nearly destroyed us. If we got what we deserved it would be another liberal like Trump, Hillary or Clinton, so that they could finish us off.

          • Gay Veteran

            you’re expecting a “godly” leader from either party?

            ROFLOL
            good luck with that
            you’ll have better luck picking up the clean end of a tu rd

            now let me give you a clue that YOU so desperately need:
            democrats = republicans

            they ALL believe in empire abroad and the national security/surveillance state at home

          • TPartyOn

            I’m a natural-born US citizen, and my son is too…regardless of where he was born. Same situation as Ted Cruz. What don’t you understand about that?

          • Lulu Brannan

            They understand but chose to deny truth and intentionally sow seeds of misinformation and disinformation.

          • Gay Veteran

            Karl Denninger (one of the founders of the tea party movement) wrote an article explaining why busTed Cruz (R-Goldman Sachs) is NOT an American. google it

          • kfilly

            A statist supports the system that enslaves you. Ted Cruz is a part of that system working to enslave you. He is just enough of a controlled opposition to the system that you think he represents the will of the people.

          • TPartyOn

            kfilly, if you understand that a statist supports the system, you’d also understand that Cruz is the opposite of a statist! He may not be perfect, but for 20+ years now he has fought to uphold the Constitution and SMALL decentralized government….you cannot be a statist (FOR big centralized government, like Obama and Democrats) and fight against it at the same time, as Cruz has done! Cruz votes pro-Constitution (anti-statist) 89% of the time, as per New American Magazine, which is more than any other candidate!

          • Lulu Brannan

            It’s impossible to gat a 98% rating by conservative review ( Breitbart approved) and be aligned with globalism. Lol

          • Lulu Brannan

            I know he represents my will and apparently a huge part of Wisconsin too.

          • kfilly

            Why don’t you research Gary Johnson? He is a libertarian. He is a much better candidate then any of the other clowns running. Gasp, you would have to leave the two party system that enslaves you.

          • Lulu Brannan

            Cruz is great and represents what I like and want as I said. The parties don’t matter as I already said.

          • kfilly

            A vast majority of people are uninformed lemmings. The fact that a majority of people still vote in the two party system despite the endless wars, loss of freedom, destruction of the economy, and unabated criminal government activity shows how indoctrinated people are. Just because a majority wants something doesn’t make it right or even good. Let’s just pretend a majority of people want to kill Christians, Jews, or some other group. Does that make it right? Welcome to Democratic socialism where the ignorant majority rules. That is what our fascist banana republic is using to enslave people. Also, Breitbart approval doesn’t mean a whole lot after Andrew Breitbart’s death. He was silenced for a reason.

          • Linda MacLeod Goodman

            Cruz is a consummate insider, he supports the globalist agenda –

            “Cruz
            supported a 500% increase in H1B foreign tech/STEM workers who are
            today displacing American tech workers and college grads and sending
            them to the unemployment line.

            Cruz also voted for TPA and
            supported TPP – the biggest US sovereignty-killer in history, worse than
            NAFTA and WTO, as well as pushed for the North American Union that his
            wife worked on. The TISA immigration agreement, part of TPP, would
            essentially supersede and negate many of our immigration laws, removing
            the ability of Americans to have any control over the flow of people
            into the U.S. Cruz also voted for the Corker bill as well.

            Cruz
            is anything but an ‘Outsider’. It’s bad enough that Cruz is a Harvard
            Lawyer, or that he went to Princeton where he got his college diploma.
            As an ‘Outsider’ he seems to forget to mention all that, just like he
            forgets to mention his stint in the policy shop of George W. Bush’s 2000
            presidential campaign, or about the role he played in recruiting John
            Roberts to the legal team doing battle for Bush during the 2000 Florida
            recount, who as a result would later get a seat on the Supreme Court for
            his work. No, that would undercut his current rants now about Roberts’s
            insufficiently pure conservatism as the high court’s chief justice.

            His
            wife, HEIDI S. CRUZ, is an energy investment banker with Merrill Lynch
            in Houston, Texas. She served in the Bush White House under Dr.
            Condoleezza Rice as the Economic Director for the Western Hemisphere at
            the National Security Council, as the Director of the Latin America
            Office at the U.S. treasury Department, and as Special Assistant to
            Ambassador Robert B. Zoellick, U.S. Trade representative. Prior to
            government service, Ms. Cruz was an investment banker with J.P. Morgan
            in New York City. When she served as a member of the Council on Foreign
            Relations she co-wrote “Building a North American Community” (North
            American Union including US, MEX, CANADA).
            Rafael Edward Cruz, born
            and raised in Calgary, Canada until he was 4, is anything but an
            outsider. He is one of the most well connected politicians in the race.

          • Lulu Brannan

            All of this is pure hogwash . You people really should go to Ted Cruz. Org and read about him instead of lying about him and his wife and policies. You don’t look very bright doing these things.

          • SusieQ

            His wife is a globalist, and anybody allowing immigrants into this country at this point is a traitor I don’t care the purported reason–and he does not qualify, under a strict interpretation of the Constitution, for the presidency.

        • Lulu Brannan

          Cruz favored H1B visas like America has always done. We welcomed highly trained professionals into our weapons and space programs. Cruz stopped supporting these when he saw that companies like Disney were using them to fire Americans.

          • Rain Waters

            Those weapons and space pogroms are our greatest triumph as a nation, a shining beacon from the land of golden freedum ding dongs like YOU

          • Lulu Brannan

            Shocking!!! No, not really. Not here. Another person just calling people names. Nice!

      • Gay Veteran

        well, reducing the tax rate for Goldman Sachs

        • Lulu Brannan

          Please provide a link/ proof of that statement. Thank you.

          • Gay Veteran

            oh Lulu, do a little google search about your boy busTed Cruz (R-Goldman Sachs).

    • Jim Davis

      Yes, give it back to Mexico. And give Puerto Rico to Mexico too.

      • PastProdigal

        See my answer to P Hopkins above.

        • Jim Davis

          You are waiting around for prayers to help you. Sorry, prayers won’t help you. The left-wingers that run your state don’t respond to prayers. You need to figure out how to make California better or get out. I’m facing the same situation in Florida. It is very difficult to do anything about a tidal wave of destructive people. So an exodus may be the only option.

    • CT

      I know what you are saying. However the land that is California is too beautiful to trash forever.

      The toll of providing for illegal aliens( not just from down south of the border) is bankrupting the state.

      I agree with you in that I am concerned about the fleeing “Cali s” recreating the failed state they left as they settle elsewhere in America.

      • L. A. McDonough

        Mexicans and central American migrations will fill California shoulder to shoulder, regardless if people leave the state or stay (wall to wall slam full of people like Florida is now.)

    • PastProdigal

      Wait a minute. Before you throw all of us to the wolves, there are many of us here who are Conservative Christians, and also many who are not Believers but are good decent, very hard working family people. Many of us are farming land that has been in our families for multiple generations, people who founded this state. It is not that easy to just sell our lives out from under ourselves and move. However, a few actually have. The insane fees, rules, certifications, and lunatic paperwork that are being forced onto farmers now are stifling.
      It is the crazies in Sacramento that are destroying this state. We have only a few sensible, conservative legislators. Sacramento continues to pass the most insane laws imaginable. All they care about is draining the pockets of hard working citizens to support all their giveaway programs and bizarre perversions in the schools.
      We vote in sanity and they override us. Just try to get a conservative governor in this state. There are too many Hollywood nutbars and people with their noses in the public trough to get sanity passed again.
      The state is in desperate trouble, in several ways. But don’t throw away the good people. Pray for us.

      • P>Hopkins

        I do realize this and I feel for you guys. God bless you

      • Rain Waters

        Texas wants YOU

    • Rain Waters

      Is that why Austin is THE retirement mecca for Texans then JR?

  • K

    Now let me add another factor. Crab fishing shut down, talking about possible closing of other fisheries. Sea Lions dying off. They no longer claim there is no radiation off of California. They just say it is at safe levels. I know, they say it is an algae bloom. One that is bigger, and has lasted longer, than any have seen before. Yup, sure it has nothing to do with the radiation——not.

    • MooreGreen

      Man, that is the truth.Fukushima has destroyed the future of CA. I cry for Hawaii where I grew up, it’s the place I love the most and the last place on earth I’d want to be.

      • Rain Waters

        Join the military, then you’ll belong at Pearl.

  • DJohn1

    I have read about California and the different things contributing to the decline of the average man there. What happens in California happens in the rest of the country just about 10 years later.
    The way expenses have gone up there will happen elsewhere soon.
    The basic corruption in the entire system like what has happened to utilities there will happen to the nation as a whole because California is the proving ground before the elite take it nationwide.
    Some of the strictest rules in the country concerning cars. Concerning EPA rules in general. And it will not stop there.
    People are like rats. Rats deserting a sinking ship. And that is happening. They are deserting the ship.
    What I own in Ohio would cost me 3 times as much even with deflation if it were located in California.
    So do I want a sunny climate or do I want a reasonable standard of living? I chose Ohio. Only because my bills in Ohio are much lower than they would be in California.
    There is a multitude of problems everywhere. But California seems to lead the pack.
    I think the politics in California are about to get really interesting. Because if Trump gets California then he probably has his first ballot nomination. IF the Republican elite decide to give it to him after he has earned it.

  • CEDRICWARD

    California became a cesspool of idiots at all levels of society.
    I was born in 1944 and our family came to Cally in 1923 and
    created our family central in Alhambra where my last elder lived and died in 1994. I settled the estate and got the hell out of there that year and moved to North Idaho. Then Californians followed me here and destroyed every major city up here with big box stores, excessive population and traffic along with crime and corrupt politicians. So now where do I run to get away from these criminals and idiots?

    I’m 71 now, disabled, and can’t fight back like the younger me and the government is after my Social Security and every other resource that older people mistakenly planned on depending for their final years.

    I would welcome a nuclear attack that would destroy the human race.

    And with the psychopaths that we keep allowing to have the reins of power throughout the world, I think that is becoming a real possibility.

    If this is God’s plan, I question what kind of a god would create such a disaster.

    • RattlerRider

      He did not plan it, he predicted that if we turned our backs upon His advice and tried to replace his authority and instead be our own of gods of ourselves this would be the result. He also stated he would not interfere until the very end when our complete failure in everything we’ve attempted results in complete self destruction.

      Maybe next time we’ll heed his advice and do it his way instead. It’s similar of a young boy ignoring the advice of his more experienced father in learning life’s lessons. Nobody really heeds advice from the experienced amongst us either. I did that, I ignored priceless advice from my own father while growing up. Man wanted man kings. Man made his bed so to speak.

      Sam 1:8 is pretty clear on that. And earlier in the good book “Ye can be as gods” really was a lie. This place came with an instruction and predictions of ignoring those instructions manual. This lesson isn’t just for men either. It’s for the creation we men cannot see who are observing what an rebellious angel acting as god of this world can do with this world.

      So how is that rebel angel doing? Should he replace the real God and manage the heavens he was tossed out of or should he be convicted of ultimate failure as a god. I think there will be reconciliation after all of this for all of us. In the meantime being cannon fodder in all of this example of “ye really cannot be gods” lousy experience does stink.

    • nbt303

      GOD didnt create it Sir, people and their idiotic excersize of free will did. people always wanna blame God and all he did was sit back and watch us destroy ourselves.
      im very touched by your situation Sir. im so sorry your going thru it. my heart goes out to you. :(

    • CT

      Vote Donald Trump 2016!
      The failed policies of the “business as usual” career politicians has devastated the middle and working class.

      • Lulu Brannan

        Yes, liberals are destroying us from both parties and the big business supporting them like Trump. He supported the people who betrayed us like Reid, Pelosi, Schumer, etc. he gave them financial support while they rammed through Obamacare. He is a lifelong liberL progressive.

    • Voldemort

      God didn’t create this disaster! PEOPLE did! Free will is a b*tch, ain’t it?

    • TheStarseer

      God would not create it, but God would allow us to destroy ourselves.

    • Technically_Speaking

      CEDRICWARD – God blessed the earth by letting you , me and everyone else to be fruitful and multiply and to fill the earth and subdue it. To have Dominion over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air and OVER EVERY LIVING THING THAT MOVES ON THE EARTH Genesis 1:28.You are responsible for your own decisions as well as your actions and that is the same with anyone else alive today. So do not try and blame God for mans doings because it is their fault.

  • James Stamulis

    Forced vaccinations,welcome illegals while crapping on citizens, stealing 2nd amendment as well as other rights and directly downwind from Fukushima among many other socialist maniacal ideas. What is there to like anymore?

    • Lazarovic

      Wait… the socialists put California directly downwind from Fukushima? Those devils!

    • Eileen Kuch

      Nobody can steal a God-given Right, of which Life is the first, just as nobody can grant it; only God can grant the Rights to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness (Property), not governments.
      The Bill of Rights cover all three God-given Rights, btw.

      • The Penitent Man

        Though I agree with you in spirit Eileen, rights are an illusion for the most part. They only come with struggle and bloodshed. If God granted rights then everyone would have them and there would be no need to defend them in the first place.

  • Jonathan Ramey

    As soon as I retired from my job in Oakland I moved to a more pension friendly place. The taxes were killing me as well as gas was 1-140 more than many states. I wish my son would move out of there too.

    • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

      I thought that in CA, the lower property taxes under Proposition 13 would help offset other taxes and high gas prices. No?

      • Sandbagger

        Prop 13 only helps those people who were homeowners at the time of passage and who have not moved. New homebuyers, elderly or not, aren’t able to take advantage of that. This is one reason you see senior citizens staying put in the home they’ve lived in since the 70’s. Unfortunately, when they die, even if they pass the house on to their child, the benefit of Prop 13 doesn’t go with the inheritance.

        • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

          I did not know that. Thank you!

      • Jonathan Ramey

        Nope. Plus they tax pensions

  • Stan

    I’m a current SoCal resident….. I’ve been here since 1969. It was once the state of Ronald Reagan, but not any more. The Lib’s have taken over every aspect of this once great state. The weather is great. My fellow conservative friends are great (but diminishing in number). I chose to stay on the front lines and resist the changes, but it is now impossible to stop it.

    I’ve been in sales for nearly 30 years selling my products and services to area businesses. I have seen plenty of recessions, including the one in 2008 that has given us this “new normal”. After 2008, headquartered businesses have been steadily moving out of the state. With the moron governor signing the feel-good minimum wage bill the other day, I foresee the pace to pick up. On that note, I plan take my family and move to a state that will appreciate my conservative values. This one will eventually implode and I would prefer doing it from a distance. I will be one of the statistics soon…….

    • Jim Davis

      Florida is being ruined by commie northeasterners. so please come to Florida and help cancel them out.

    • Utah or Idaho is the place for you.

      • knifemare69

        Those states have varying forms of Mormon Sharia law, where you can’t buy liquor on sundays and coffee drinking is frowned upon. I’ve live in Utah since 2009 and it’s a police state like prohibition was never repealed. Cops watch every major intersection, just like in North Korea. Careful what you wish for…

        • Rain Waters

          Motards

    • L. A. McDonough

      I was a Fla. resident for years, no more. We left long ago and made a better life elsewhere..

      • BJ Giauque

        And where might that be…….

    • querado

      Florida will not be a conservative state for much longer. Its actually the illegal aliens who want free tortillas and such that are turning it into a liberal state. Because of the noreasters, there are also quite a few rude, nasty people that makes the state unpleasant socially. You also have that it really does have, other than weather, an extremely poor quality of life. Traffic that rivals LA. Massive urban sprawl which has wiped out the natural beauty. Its pretty flat so has few scenic outlooks and a dull, monotonuous landscape. Heavily wal-mart/big box oriented culture with little to speak of in small business, local owned culture, partly because of the largely service industry economy.

      • Rain Waters

        Sounds worse than Cali

        • darthangel

          Florida is worse than Cali. I’ve lived in both.

    • Soren Mitchell

      Ronald Reagan? LOL!!

  • Out of there

    I’m a Californian, born and raised there but our entire family left California ten years ago. The place has become a hell hole full of illegals and gangs. If it wasn’t for that, I’d have never left.

  • Lazarovic

    Gee, I would have thought all those refugees from California would have gone to a Republican paradise like Kansas, Wisconsin or North Carolina, where good Republican state gov’t has created an economic paradise for the people, high wages, improving infrastructure, excellent schools, etc.
    I wonder why not? Mmmmm….

    • RattlerRider

      Ever heard of leftist communist socialists posing as righty conservatives before? Obviously right wing communist socialism isn’t any better than left wing communist socialism.. Apparently you don’t comprehend leftist lawyer politicos arguing against rightist lawyer politicos using the same argumentative terms against one another leading all of their following to the same socialist hellhole. They’ve only been doing this right in front of you for your entire life and you still apparently don’t get it. In fact several political sciences professors from various universities have pointed this out over the years. I guess you don’t read much. There is obviously one political party in this country.

      • Lazarovic

        You like saying “leftist communist socialist”, don’t you?

        • RattlerRider

          Don’t comprehend terms versus words do you? Just like citizen subject slave in terms means the same thing in law.

          • Lazarovic

            You’re a nasty little cuss, aren’t you?

          • RattlerRider

            You’re a fourth grade level mentality in a mans body apparently. In other nicer words meaning you’re terms illiterate. The politicians are speaking in terms at a much higher level than fourth grade word comprehension. So you can keep on making a fool out of yourself or you can seek to improve your own intellectual intelligence.

  • OakFortress

    Fukushima too!

  • Stan

    There Lib’s here in kalifornia are just a bunch of condescending MSNBC and Huff Post-indoctrinated, constitution-contemptuous, traitorous, racist, sexist, baby-butchering, sodomy-celebrating, marriage-devaluing, rights-from-government-not-from-God believing, 2nd Amendment-hating, innocents-murdering, criminal and domestic terrorist-empowering, illegal alien foreign invader enabling, societal-parasite-pandering Tyranny Party excrement-bagger’s who smear the constitution, and the blood of those who died to defend it, with the pathogenic excreta of elitist fascist contempt drawn from their ever-present, power-and-control-greedy, liberty-hating, slavery-to-the-state-supporting, government-is-god, philosophical bag of egalitarian, neo-Marxist feces who will eventually implode upon themselves because their belief system is unsustainable……

    • CEDRICWARD

      Stan,
      Glad you got that out of your system

  • Sherry Callahan

    We left California 10 years ago. The political corruption is worse only in, perhaps, Chicago and Washington, D.C. “Good, honest people with integrity” cannot get elected any longer in California — they get eaten alive, stalked, and their families threatened just for trying. The cost of living in California is exorbitant, and even when you can afford to buy a home in a really nice neighborhood, really, really nice, you can expect gangs to penetrate, put graffiti everywhere, and have no mercy. The state’s taxes make it increasingly difficult for companies to survive and thrive, so many are leaving the state — taking the jobs with them. Traffic is a nightmare. I’d say the best thing about California, in a nutshell, is that California style Mexican food. That is what we miss. That and family.

  • Anonymous1

    What really needs to happen is the state of California needs to be split in two so it’s bad influence on the rest of the country is lessened.

    • CEDRICWARD

      Don’t worry, it will soon physically split in two when the big one hits. And part of it may get submerged in the Pacific.

  • CT

    Your Governor Brown has said he will build a wall to keep out Mr. Trump.
    You have to know this means that he is OK with the bankrupt condition of your state.
    He is more concerned with issuing Drivers Licenses to illegal aliens. He obviously is not concerned with the strain put upon your public education system by the children of illegal aliens,
    Help make California and America great again! Vote Trump 2016!

  • Lots of Calis relocate to Utah then long for Cali style government. I have always encouraged them to return expeditiously to Cali ( or New York or Chicago or whatever socialist hellhole they emerged from)

  • BillRind

    the state is an open cesspool of bilge scum democrat liberals who have destroyed it with there filthy dreams of perversion and evil filth. The democrat liberal Bolsheviks are ALL filthy dreamers and they will ALL be going straight to hell.

  • greanfinisher .

    I’ve visited Los Angeles in 2007, and the city appeared to me as being of third world status in many respects. In regards to the entire state, it’s simply amazing how the gun confiscatin’ demagogues in Sacramento think that all of their ‘gun control’ statutes can pass any constitutional muster. Even worse, none of those unconstitutional statutes have ever been contested to this day. Go figure.

  • Billymack1968

    Sounds like the liberals are invading Texas in hopes of turning the state blue…

    • Voldemort

      It’ll work too.

    • Oh, yay! Finally a more and more Republican California.

      Unless of course men keep fangirling over idiots like Donald Trump who are doing nothing but ruining the GOP by association.

  • omega

    I live in New York, but I think California is the most beautiful state in the country.

  • Joann

    What about the drought????

  • Arizona

    LETS HOPE THE EARTHQUAKE IS AT LEAST A 12mag. and the fault line breaks at the east side of the sierras,sending the entire state into the deep blue pacific…well we can only hope anyway………

    • “LETS HOPE THE EARTHQUAKE IS AT LEAST A 12mag. and the fault line breaks at the east side of the sierras,sending the entire state into the deep blue pacific…well we can only hope anyway”
      Not if we know anything about earthquakes or tectonic plates anyway.

      But thanks for showing a [presumably] very Xtian attitude about your sanctity toward the concept of life and simply wishing murder upon millions of people.

  • donna

    every single wound in CA is self inflicted by liberal politics. The issue of weather is moot. There has been ample opportunity to build infrastructure which would have stored enough water for increased population in dry times. Stopped by liberal initiatives. Now people are fleeing and going to southwest and texas and this will flip the political consensus in those states to liberal. Reality does nothing to change the belief system of leftists for whom it is creedal

  • lostinthevalley

    Here in L.A. we have great Mexican food, cheap produce, a lot of sunshine. Along with gangs, graffiti, traffic, taxes, and insane liberal government. Rents in L.A. are going out of sight and L.A. County is the most unaffordable rental market in the U.S. I lived for two years recently in a nice friendly flyover state and may go back in a year or two. The hardest part of returning here is the lack of “neighborliness” and the smacking up against the cold wall of strangers after being exposed to the routinely helpful and kind attitude where I was living.

    • Hillary4Prison

      Seems it’s that way in most cities, people are cold and hostile.

  • Mark Dial

    What this does not consider is a full crustal pole shift. That would put the north pole in the USA. That would also put Japan underwater and blow many volcanos including Yellowstone, in La Palma, After a land sinking with dust blows in the east. The aggravated tidal waves hitting the east coast would be deep impact in the night with lightning and static charges.

  • Sonokar

    I was born in Corruptafornia in 1960. Lived all over the state until 2010 when I could not take it anymore. Now I live in Seattle and there’s nothing but Californians here.

  • Alleged Comment

    I sincerely hope this BANKRUPTS the notoriously STINGY Warren Buffoon and his Berkshire Hathaway holding company.

    I use to admire the man but not anymore. Notorious Demoncrap supporter and that tells me he is TWO-FACED and a coward only thinking of himself, much like Bull Gates.

    I think that might happen. We shall see…..

  • Xaviant Haze

    California sucks! unless you were there in the 60s 70s and early 80s. The beaches suck too..crappy cold azz water…just don’t come to miami beach a true paradise as long as you got a few bucks in the bank

  • King Lear

    I’ve lived in California since 1987. Over the last 15 years it has turned into a real cesspool.

  • Open Carry

    I met a Cal “Refugee” @ the liquor store last week. He burst thru the front door and started “dissing” the 1st white couple inside the store. The white guy totally caved, & his wife went apilogetic. The gangbanger glared @ me and I rested my hand on my pistol. He cut the crap and went shopping.

    • lol, and then when everyone got out of the car the next morning, there was a bloody hook-for-a-hand stuck in the passenger door!

  • glendaleburbank

    Keep up the good work “end of the American dream”. I remember when Ronald Reagan was governor of this state, taxes were low, most voters voted Republican, the freeways were empty at times (imagine that) and crime was low. Those good old days of the Golden state are loooong gone. Now it’s a pit hole full of liberals, illegals and unparalleled over-taxed structure. Whilst the rest of the country pays almost nil for gasoline these days, we pay here in this state an average of $3.00 per gallon. And why you ask? Because the air standard regulations on our fuel keep prices exorbitantly high. Yes, it USED to be a wonderful state to live in, now, it’s an overcrowded cesspool of socialism. Thanks to your wonderful article, hopefully more people will leave the state; unfortunately, I believe it’s all the conservatives leaving, and thus the state will sink into an even greater People’s Republic of California more so than it is.

  • Lulu Brannan

    We’re you? How much does he pay? I hear he is very generous to those selling out their country.

  • ddearborn

    Hmmm

    Just like the crimes they committed to acquire their wealth in the first place if you won’t to get a jump on emerging trends anywhere in the world: FOLLOW THE MONEY! The really wealthy left the State almost immediately after the Fukushima disaster. And they commenced liquidating their real Estate in a quiet orderly manner so as not to attract attention a short time later.

    The Bush family did what seemed like an odd thing why back in 2006. They bought a huge 100,000+ acre ranch in of all places Paraguay. And they bought well inland in the middle of nowhere to boot. That ranch just happens to be sitting right on top of one of the largest unpolluted underground aquifers left in the world. And by the strangest of coincidences, if one takes a moment to examine global radiation fall-out patterns based on an event centered around Japan, guess which location is the very last to receive that fall out? In other words, from the perspective of fall out in the Northern Hemisphere that ranch is one of the safest places on earth. Something tells me that when they look up in the sky they are not seeing any chem trails either………It also bears noting that they are not the only wealthy family a while back who suddenly got the seemingly irrational impulse to get into ranching in Paraguay. Oh and because they got in early they paid pennies on the dollar.

  • walcon

    Fukushima radiation and the death of the pacific shouldn’t be forgotten.
    Frankly, we in Texas don’t want them to bring their bad habits here.

  • 8mineall

    Liberals moving to a conservative state? Like Mark Levine says, ‘liberals are like locust, they destroy their own state and then move on to destroy and decimate yet another state.’ ;( Adios the Great State of Texas. Look at the once red states: New Hampshire (now blue), Nevada (purple) and parts of Florida (purple). They were once free red Conservative States.

  • Ranger

    How come no one in the USA talks about Iceland? Iceland is the only country to try their bankers in court, found them guilty, and threw them in prison. Then, they closed down and threw their central bank out of the country, and now issue their own currency without paying interest to the bankers.
    Iceland is now a prosperous and growing country that you never hear about or is spoken of in the mainstream media.

    Once we close down and throw out the Federal Reserve and put the banksters in prison, we too can take back the issuing of our currency, interest free from the banksters.

    If only the American People understood how our debt based monetary and financial system works, they’d do just as Iceland and throw these bankers in prison and free themselves. But, I’m wagering that Santa Claus will be President with the Easter Bunny as Vice President before that will ever happen.

    • DmaxD

      Germany did even better, they put the banksteres who lorded over the Weimar Republic into special camps to perform hard labor.

  • DmaxD

    AIPAC 101 youtubedotcom/watch?v=Irct-nxg5z4

  • jerry

    America is kosher

  • Badger Badgerism

    I SAY WE GET ALL WHITES OUT OF CA…THEN NUKE IT
    KILL ALL the BROWNS AND BLACKS

    • Please do not come to Conservative sites and call for ge nocide against entire swathes of human beings. We already look sh!tty enough to the rest of the world without your help, you heinous, murderous thug.

  • Badger Badgerism

    GOOD NOW I KNOW WHERE TO START SHOOTING
    its not a question of if… its is a question of when and how many

  • lib vs conserv smokescreen

    GEORGE SOROS
    destroys nations

    • Michael Duberson

      Drop him on Iran.

  • James

    5 million for ten years, or 500,000 for one year.
    The population of California is 30 million.
    I am pretty sure people can realize that it is not a big deal

  • warbaby

    Your a prophecy nut far worse than the conspiracy nuts.

  • oorfenegro

    Something’s not adding up.if there’s this mass exodus from California why is BART at capacity at rush hour, you can’t find a place to park in Long Beach or the Westside, and the Bay Area and LA place second and third as the most congested traffic regions after DC, and flights between NorCal and SoCal are always packed? California rents are the highest in the country with people lining up for the privilege to pay $3,000 a month for a studio apartment and vacancy rates for both commercial and residential property in San Francisco and Silicon Valley the lowest in the country. If all these people have left, one should be able to drive from Long Beach to LA City Hall in 20 minutes at 8 am on a weekday (a drive that usually takes almost 2 hours with no accidents.)
    People living east of I-5, I-15 and north of I-80 might be moving out but for every person moving out within 50 miles of the coast south of Sonoma, they are being replaced by people willing to pay big bucks to live in Cali.

    • Yes, I live in Ca and WISH I could see any of this so-called exodus.

      If anything, it’s the riffraff that’s leaving for other more affordable states.

  • Pongo

    The exodus has gotten so bad that the population of California has only INCREASED two million from 2010 to 2015.

    • Mr. Cipher

      Two million illegal sponges.

      • Pongo

        According to Pew Research, the population of illegals in California has actually declined over the past five years (the peak was in 2007). But hey, facts and data to conservatives are like garlic to vampires.

      • You mean minus two million illegal sponges, right? Just about the only good thing that can be said about Barack Obama is how he tightened illegal immigration up and deported far more illegals than even Bush did.

        Heck, he deported more illegals than BOTH Bushes put together.

        • Mr. Cipher

          The numbers are rigged just like the unemployment numbers. The counting system is not the same as the Bush administration. Why for you think Obama has a high approval rating? Because the sheep-le believe this crap.

          • Obama has ghastly low approval numbers. And despite economic improvements, real unemployment numbers are between 20-24% (also ghastly).

            I don’t know what illiterate number-cruncher feeds you your info, but I bet you don’t even know that the guy you’re getting your warped numbers from is indeed your shepherd.

          • Mr. Cipher

            ~ half the country approves of his job performance. I’d conceded that high as he has achieved nothing but Obomacare which is failing miserably.

            What “economic improvements” specifically? Record high food stamp recipients ..

            Obamas executive order to give 5 million Illegal Mexicans amnesty was struck down by the Supreme Court.

  • Tony

    It will be Manhattan and New York city that will be hit by tsunami and not California. You see New York city is where the Mystery Babylon Whore is headquartered. The criminal financial cabal control World Finance and commerce from that city.

  • Synickel

    Won’t be long until Texas is ruined by all these weirdos, just like they ruined Oregon.

  • Mr. Cipher

    Traffic,smog, sanctuary cities, it’s a dump. Especially LA.

  • tacoma

    California, of course, was stolen from Mexico. Stolen by military force after invasion and occupation of Mexico City by American forces. Mexico did take it from the dying Spanish Empire but that’s another story. And the Spanish Empire did take it from the Natives but that too is another story.

    California was built from wild west to rich state in the 19th century by 3 peoples – Mexicans who was incorporated into the American state, Chinese immigrants and migrants from the east.

    Now that America is sick and tire of California it should simply get rid of it. Give the southern half back to Mexico, the norther half to China. But, really, this have already happened. Just need to fill out the legal paperwork.

    The United States of America grew from puny 13 colonies to extra-continental power consisting of 50 states in the 19th century. It proceeded to enjoy that mighty richness and power in the 20th century. But such glory and extreme wealth always come with a price. The price of recklessness and hubris. So it appears that the U.S. will spend the 21st century reversing the 19th century – downsizing and and split off into a few countries.

  • celtic_gross

    Suppose that the Radiation across the Pacific from Japan’s Hiroshima does not help?

  • Jed Wheeler

    California’s taxes are so high because we have to subsidize the entire rest of the country – the gap between what we pay in federal taxes and what we get back in federal spending averages around $60 billion a year, equivalent to 2/3 of our entire state budget. That’s absolutely insane. Unfortunately for us, we’re not a swing state so the federal government has no incentive to do anything other than loot our economy and rob us blind.

    • ukalally

      oh so the illegals cops firemen jail guards welfare do not bleed you???

      • Prisoners cost the state more money (in taxes) than all the others you just mentioned, even if you add “welfare mothers” to the list of tax burdens.

        Until the state can legally deport men (who make up 93% of Cali’s prisoners), we’re just stuck paying for their crimes. If you have any advice on how to stop men from committing violent crimes, I’d be fxcking ecstatic to hear it.

        • ukalally

          kill them all stop all welfare and stop breeding them by the millions in Sec. Ape housing. take away Obama phones their healthcare food stamps EBT cards and it will all come out in the wash. deport them to Africa opposite the way that millions of afreakans are pouring into europe

          • Citizens cannot be deported to other continents just because hysterical racists don’t like them.

            Can you be deported to Europe? No, they most certainly don’t want you either.

            And I can’t help but notice all you did was screech on about nonsense that is quite prohibited by The Constitution, and completely avoided the only thing I asked for: how can we stop men from committing all of these crimes which end them up in our prisons eating up law-abiding women’s taxes??? Poverty creates the criminal mindset, so taking away from them only creates MORE criminals, you dolt.

          • ukalally

            oh just you women pay taxes hmmmm never knew that. I told you how to stop it but you as a airhead women want to keep the gravy train and billions flowing to people that want to rob rape and kill you. we have spent 6 trillion and there is more poverty.we have breeded tens of millions of criminals in Sec. Ape housing they are the ones killing. so you want to keep the money flowing to create more killers then ask the question how do we stop it. so being so constitution minded where does it say we have to pay 6 trillion to sub human parasites. as a woman you would want to take a negroid out of the ghetto onto the oprah show sit in a circle holding hands and crying and at the end of the show all is well hahahhahahh

          • “oh just you women pay taxes hmmmm never knew that”

            And you still don’t know it now, namely because even men and children pay taxes! NOT JUST women. But super-awesome strawman you like to create for the sole purpose of arguing against.

            “we have breeded[sic] tens of millions of criminals in Sec. Ape housing”
            Too bad we couldn’t have spent a little on teaching ignorant racist bigots how to spell, eh? Because right now you’re illustrating that your capacity to cogitate is no better than those against whom you’re so hysterical about.

          • ukalally

            you communists always think you are smarter then us peasants. but you cannot refute what I said with facts because what I said is true. so you correct my spelling and call me a name but you cannot disprove the govt has created 10’s of millions of criminals. the numbers are there but maybe you have been brainwashed (with an enema) in college by white hating communist professors

          • More strawmen from you. Did you think anyone had to verbally refute your OBVIOUSLY incorrect screeching? Of course what you’re obsessing over is false and lies, I didn’t think I *had to* refute your obvious hateful lies.

            You and your insults are weak. And incorrect to boot.

          • ukalally

            so the govt for 50 years have not paid for tens of millions of potential and real criminals in Sec 8 and did not pay for them from sperm to worm?

          • “Potential and real criminals” have lived in section 8 housing, as many “potential and real” criminals have also built their own businesses, paid their own ways, and contributed more to the tax base than you ever will.
            Oh, and section 8 has also paid for many perfectly decent, law-abiding citizens who fell into poverty for a moment in their lives.
            Sadly, the government has seen fit to utilize my taxes in ways that I wouldn’t support given the chance, such as the BILLIONS UPON BILLIONS of dollars they need to pay for people, well let’s be honest — MEN — who just can’t overcome the testosterone whispering in their ear to commit all manners of crime. Yes, more money goes to feeding, housing, medicating, and educating men & boys in jails, prisons, and reformatories than all of the money going to just keep fellow citizens alive in section 8. What we throw at one singular male prisoner could house, clothe and feed forty welfare mothers.

            Just recently there were protesters lamenting how someone could get a HARVARD EDUCATION and have TENS OF THOUSANDS left over, if we could just stop ONE man from becoming a prisoner. Yes, it costs MORE MONEY to keep one man behind prison walls than it would to send a young man to college. If we spent the tax money we’re already spending on male prisoners on something to PREVENT males from becoming criminals, we wouldn’t need prisons OR section 8 housing anymore.

            Oh, one last thing, Veterans use Section 8 housing, seniors use Section 8 housing, people with severe physical limitations use Section 8. So do white people. Criminals are NOT the main beneficiaries of Section 8, despite your sickening assertion that Section 8 is “section. ape”.

          • ukalally

            40 welfare mothers create 350 criminals you are insane and you hate the white race and men

          • I don’t hate whites nor men. I hate liars and I hate racists and I hate people who push for institutionalized racism which causes young, poor people (often dark ones) to become criminals. Don’t confuse those idiots with all men or with all whites.

            If you don’t like welfare mothers being poor, and if you don’t like poor kids being more prone to crime, then DO something like lobbying your government to stop spending your taxes on after-the-fact effects of poverty, and instead focus your taxes on poverty-prevention!

          • ukalally

            since the great society program we have spent 6 trillion on the eternally poor to where it has become their goal in life. do you think that is enough? you have been destroyed in college , by the media or both. you have wasted a lot of time defending people that hate you and would rob you. due to your training you hate white men who have built the greatest civilizations in the history of the world. people are killed no doubt but if you ever picked up a history book for 1000’s of years countries had wars that lasted for 100’s of years. we are in paradise compared to them buy you to brainwashed to see it

          • Again, I do not hate “white men”; I hate bigoted liars. Stop assuming that all white males share in your faulty thinking.

            YOU are the only one here who’s brainwashed,you suffer from some delusional white savior complex, oops, make that white male savior complex, as you think that being white and being male = good, and others = bad. Guess what, grampa — had the bellicose and imperialistic baddies not kept women and non-whites enslaved and out of college for so many generations, then more women and more non-whites would have been able to participate in creating society too! And probably not the sickeningly toxic society we have now!

            I’ll say it again: instead of setting aside HUNDREDS of TRILLIONS of prison dollars, we should instead help people OUT of the poverty which LEADS to prison. Welfare KEEPS poor people poor, much to the delight of those eebil racists such as your-proud-self. If you think poor people LOVE being poor, then you’re every bit as moronic as your arguments show you to be.

            I can explain it to you, but I can’t understand it for you.

          • ukalally

            WE HAVE A SICKENING TOXIC SOCIETY BECAUSE WHITE MEN A RE LOSING CONTROL TO PEASANT HORDES. AGAIN YOU HATE WHITE MEN. what is stopping afreaka from becoming a power? it is afreakans preventing it. look at india a gigantic sewer where 90% never saw a toilet they go right on the street. I will give up my racism when I see whites on rafts breaking into somalia Haiti etc. BTW please move to Haiti or Somalia. but no you want to stay in your safe little area created and maintained by white men. you are a fake a phony and a fraud

          • I keep telling you that I hate no one but racists and liars; you keep telling me I must therefore hate white men. It is y-o-u who keeps equating white men with lying bigots… Freudian slip? Or just your guilty conscience?

            Look, your white [male] savior complex is possibly a sign of something much deeper, something a qualified psychiatrist should look into more than anyone could do here. Be sure to mention “peasant hordes” so that he gets the full gist of your delusions.

            As for your white male assumption that Africa (not the slur you spelled out) even WANTS to “be a power”, I can disabuse you of all notions that “everybody”, “everywhere” has the identical desires and motivations of “you” and “your tribe”. You’re blinded by your own irrational thought. Just because you grew up being taught that conquering/stealing lands and expanding empires by wholesale murder was a good thing doesn’t actually impress people who were not taught to murder and steal lands. (pssst, if women were ever to rise to any semblance of power, they would not run things the way men do, ie., they would stop war, poverty, famine, violence, max-capacity prisons, and institutionalized kyriarchy. Just because *men* or *whites* run things one way does NOT mean that women or non-whites would for some unknown reason copy their predecessors’ ways.)

            I laugh that you call others fakes and frauds. I want to stay where I am because where I am is someplace that bigots and hatemongers are LEAVING. Look up blog.indeed.c o m/hiring-lab/indeed-job-happiness-index-2016/ to learn that Los Angeles has the highest happiness index in the nation, and other California cities rank high as well. I bet it’s because the “exodus” leaving California is vile racist s-c-u-m getting out. Toodles, ignorant racist liar.

      • Jed Wheeler

        The federal government robbing us isn’t our only problem, but it’s the biggest one by a long stretch.

  • Tatiana Covington

    They’ll be adjacent cities in the year Ten Million or so.

  • Ray S.

    I hope it’s the good Californians who are leaving, because I’m sure Texas and other free states don’t want the ones who voted all those liberals into office in the first place.

    • It’s the poor Californians who are leaving, whether they are “good” or “bad”. The ones with jobs, homes, and money are glad to see the invaders go back to their original residences.

  • doodaa

    Gov. Brown is destroying California. What an idiot, but the job pays well.

  • ukalally

    they don’t care they have let in maybe 5 million non white sub humans to take their place. wall st can add some zeros on calis money and away we go —to hell

  • nonplused

    What would happen to the nuclear reactors after such an earthquake?

  • John Unruh

    This article has nothing to do with Sweden dummies.

    People are leaving California, because they cannot afford to live there, and there really is nothing special about living there. Try to save up $240,000 for a down payment on a house while paying $3000 a month to rent an apartment in California. In Texas you need $30,000 down to buy a nice home.

    • Bobby Bill

      in parts of Arizona where I live, you can BUY a home for $30,000. Mobile home, but still……

  • mannymoe

    We must remember that California is the ‘breadbasket’ for the world and over 30,000,000 people reside there and stay for personal reasons. The ocean is amazing and the land very beautiful.

  • My stats aren’t mythical, they are agreed upon by everyone who knows firsthand what California is like. Notice it is only people from backwoods swamps and whatnot who keep making absurd claims about California, and even those claims are just being parroted from other people who’ve never lived in California!

    Now then, as for your faulty stats… did you know that about ten years ago Sweden rather unfortunately began to compile their r∀pe stats differently than they always had (and how the US and other countries still do). They took EACH INDIVIDUAL r∀pe event and counted it as its own r∀pe.

    You might wonder well isn’t that how we’ve always done it? No, currently in the US and other countries, a victim can be assaulted repeatedly by six assailants over a week’s time, and we here will call it ONE R∀PE. Sweden will ask the victim to give his or her best estimate as to how many separate, individual violations occurred. (Also, if a victim is penetrated orally, anally, and vaginally by ONE perpetrator in one incident, it counts as THREE R∀PES, not one, like here.) And THAT is why Sweden’s r∀pe numbers look artificially so high. In fact, Sweden’s numbers are realistic… while the US & UK’s numbers are the ones which are artificially so low — because we abbreviate the true number of such crimes.

  • Michael Duberson

    Put them in California. The government will pay you $70,000 per year to house a turban. Have a big 5-BR house? Earn $350,000. A big apartment complex, Turbanville? For that money, you can build them a friggin mosque and they’re in Muslim heaven. 72 virgins? Special deals on ‘vests’, one time use only. No, put them in Washington.

  • Lou

    Millions of tax paying citizens moving OUT. Millions of illegals who devour taxes moving IN. Game over.

  • MaxRockatansky33

    I don’t mention Palestinians or Israeli Arabs. BTW, I don’t watch Tv.

  • King Mercury

    Earthquakes as a reason to leave California. Duh!!! The San Andreas Fault runs right through California! Anyone who studies geography ought to know about plate tectonics and that the San Andreas Fault is in fact the border between the North American plate and the Pacific plate. As long as the San Andreas Fault remains in California, there will always be earthquakes in California.

  • Dan

    I lived around LA for about 4 1/2 years. It was a good start to get my career off the ground. But the taxes and living expenses are so high. I couldn’t save any money. I’m a software engineer, we make decent money, or so they say… but I was living paycheck to paycheck and could only tread water the whole time. The perpetual sunshine was starting to get to me. I was born in the Northeast, I need seasons and weather so that I know time is still moving. A little variety in cloud cover and temperature is refreshing. I remember I would get really pathetically excited if there was rain in the forecast.

    I should also add that the traffic made me miserable. I had to move every time I switched jobs because the commute was always unbearable. Try to get to Burbank from the South Bay during rush hour. It will take you about 90 minutes just to traverse 20 miles. Life’s too short to be sitting in traffic all day. After I got laid off and my rent went up 25% I decided enough was enough. I moved out to Colorado, got a much fatter paycheck, cheaper housing, lower taxes, and now have a much better quality of life. Calfornia took years off my life, I was pretty miserable there. I aged terribly. I only wish I left sooner, but at least the ordeal is over and I can finally lay that chapter of my life to rest.

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  • Jemiah

    I live in AZ and they are coming here by the thousands every month escaping their Democrat Sanctuary City Utopia they created with their political beliefs.They still have their liberal opinions and will set upon us to destroy our great state.

  • I took off from Oregon last month and went to Florida couldn’t stand the stupid politics on the left coast and their huge debt. California even worse. Goodbye left coast you are going down…

  • Andy’s Rule

    yeah, i live in California. Certainly, more Californians should make exit to the State of Texas so we can revel and celebrate in more racist, bigoted, homophobic, sick representatives and elected officials. we’ll call it “freedom”
    yeah, let’s make Amerikkka Greed again!

  • Michael Harlow

    UGH! I don’t want former Californians anymore than I want illegal aliens. Stay out of Texas, please! We carry guns here!