Middle Class Squeezed Out as California Economy Falls

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Victor Davis Hanson, Senior Fellow at the Hoover institution, explains why California is failing. He says that the economic distribution is Medieval, because wealthy people on the coast, who make policy decisions, are not subject to the ramifications of their own ideologies, laws, and regulations that are imposed on the rest of the population. Because of this, an estimated four to five-million people from the middle class have left the state, replaced by illegal aliens from Mexico. [This cannot end well.]-GEG

 

 

 

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Jerry Todd
Jerry Todd
3 years ago

State Sen. Kevin DeLeon is committed to driving out the middle class by his own words.

Boomer Lady
Boomer Lady
3 years ago

Independents like myself are not pleased with the democrats. Some pundits are saying it’s impossible for republicans to win this year in CA. But Independents are the largest registered “party”, and we will make the difference if there aren’t enough republicans left to do so.