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'The four states of the apocalypse'

Stephen Moore and Arthur Laffer, Washington Times

We are sticking with our warnings from last year that are turning out to be spot-on accurate. If the four states of the Apocalypse — Connecticut, Illinois, New Jersey and New York — do not reverse their taxing ways, or keep making things worse, these once very rich and prosperous states will see thousands more rich taxpayers leave. The politicians in these four states just don’t seem to understand math. A soak-the-rich tax rate of 8 percent, 10 percent or even 13 percent on income of zero yields zero income when the wealthy leave the state.

Donald Trump’s Record of Profiting by Duping and Bullying the Little Guys

J. Christian Adams has documented in a must-read article for PJ Media “Donald Trump's Record of Business Failures and Bluster,” how Trump’s “legacy of business failures goes beyond the four bankruptcies of his Atlantic City casinos. It includes outsourcing jobs to China, ripping off students seeking an education, and leaving a path of devastated Americans in his wake.”