Americans Are Ditching These Five Democrat States For Red States In Record Numbers

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Top outbound states: Illinois, Connecticut, New Jersey, California, Michigan

Top inbound states: Arizona, Idaho, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee



Apparently surging violent crime, massive tax hikes and insolvent public pensions are bad for attracting new residents…who knew? On the other hand, 364 days of sunshine per year, minimal crime, brand new infrastructure and some of the lowest tax rates in the country seems to be, to our complete shock, somewhat appealing to folks looking to relocate.

But that is just a couple of many interesting takeaways to be gleaned from the latest annual “U.S. Migration Report” from North American Moving Services which found that Illinois was the most ditched state in 2017.

A quick review of the data above, combined with the more comprehensive domestic migration map below, reveals a few other interesting themes:

1.  People continue to flee the indebted, pension ponzi burdened liberal states of America in record numbers, with Illinois, Connecticut, New Jersey and California all ranking at the very top of the most ditched states of 2017.

2.  The natural migratory pattern of New England and California’s liberal elitists seems to be toward cheaper and lower taxed states in the Southeast and Western portions of the country…go figure

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From Jacob Wohl:

: The Senate Intel Committee has issued their first criminal referral in the Russia Investigation. They are recommending charges for Christopher Steele, the author of the Phony Russia Dossier.

Senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham formally told the DOJ that Christopher Steele lied to congressional investigators about contacts with the media.

The only person who the Senate Intel Committee’s Russia Investigation recommends charges for is Christopher Steele, a foreign spy who was working for Hillary Clinton




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The Texas Education Agency (TEA) issued a report in September the number of cases against teachers accused of improper relationships with students rose 36 percent in 2017. This is the ninth year in a row for a statistical increase in Texas. The TEA opened 302 investigations into improper relationships this fiscal year and 1,503 since 2010.

State lawmakers passed Senate Bill 7 in March of this year and it took effect Sept. 1. The law now penalizes principals and superintendents who don’t report teacher-student relationships, a second-degree felony in Texas.

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EVIL! Infant dies after dad bent baby’s body in half, cops say

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Robert Resendiz, 30, reportedly told police he bent his son's body in half to make him stop crying.


  • Robert Resendiz pressed his son’s legs over his head and bent his body in half until he was “limp,” KPNX reported. He also allegedly told police he bit the infant twice “out of frustration.”


( Fox News ) An infant boy, whose body was allegedly bent in half by his father’s efforts to make the baby stop crying, died Tuesday, police said.

The 6-month-old boy’s father, 30-year-old Robert Resendiz, called emergency authorities in Phoenix, Ariz., on Dec. 19 when his son stopped breathing, according to FOX10 Phoenix. He died two days later.

Initially, Resendiz reportedly told police he found his son unresponsive when he woke up, which the infant’s mother apparently contradicted.

Resendiz later admitted he pressed his son’s legs over his head and bent his body in half until he was “limp,” KPNX reported. He also allegedly told police he bit the infant twice “out of frustration.”

Doctors at Phoenix Children’s Hospital told police the infant suffered lacerations to his liver and pancreas, a wrist fracture and pattern bruising on his thigh.

Doctors said the baby’s injuries were “not survivable.”


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Best Friends For 60 Years Discover They Are Brothers

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(CBSDFW.COM) – Two life-long friends from Hawaii found out that they have even more in common than they first thought.

Walter Macfarlane and Alan Robinson have been friends for more than 60 years.

Macfarlane never knew his father, and Robinson was adopted.

Both turned to DNA-matching websites to find out more.

It turns out, they shared the same birth mother.

“It was an overwhelming experience, and it’s still overwhelming. I don’t know how long it’s going to take for me to get rid of this feeling,” said Macfarlane.

Macfarlane and Robinson say they now have plans to travel and enjoy retirement together.


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Week 16 of NFL boycott over national anthem continues this Christmas. Stadiums are plagued by empty seats this Christmas weekend and fans are happy to share their photos.

At a recent press conference, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said “attendance is off by one percent.”

“We are over 98 percent filled to capacity, which is about where we’ve been in the past”





NFL COFFIN: Ratings for ‘Thursday Night Football’ Crash to Season Low…having fun yet?

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NFL joke: The other night I left 3 NFL tickets on my car seat, came out the window was smashed and I found 4 more tickets.

Obama destroyed Oprah’s career when she chose him over her audience. Trump and the American patriots destroyed NFL when the NFL chose hate over love for country.


Ratings for ‘Thursday Night Football’ Crash to Season Low


The clash between the Denver Broncos and the Indianapolis Colts drew only a 7.4/13 rating in metered markets. That poor showing resulted in a new season low for TNF on both CBS and NBC and simulcast on NFL Network.

According to Deadline Hollywood, “Looking at the close December 7 game between the Atlanta Falcons and the New Orleans Saints, last night’s TNF was down 27% in the early ratings. That Falcons’ win went on to deliver a 4.3/17 rating among adults 18-49 and 14.61 million viewers.

“In what has been a slippery season in the ratings for the NFL and broadcasters on the Big 4 and cable, last night’s TNF fell 26% in MM from the TNF of December 15, 2016. In the final numbers, that Seahawks win drew a 4.3/16 in the key demo and a total audience of 14.65 million.”


The internals of the rating numbers bode even worse for the NFL, “…the Broncos vs. Colts game peaked with a 8.0/14 in the 9:30 – 10 PM ET slot. Or to put it another way, that’s down a hard 30% from the meter market peak of last week’s TNF,” Deadline Hollywood concluded.


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