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What a stupid article ....did you compare tax structures say between Alabama and California ?? it takes twice as much to live in California as it does anywhere in the south, property Taxes, Sales Taxes, State Income Taxes on and on, some wet behind the ears journalists decide to write a piece that just doesn't take into account anything other than Income ... I'm not saying People aren't better off in one state vs another but when gasoline alone is over a dollar a gallon more in California than else where you need to look at the bottom line .... Ohhh to Hell with it, everyone knows people are leaving Little Mexico (California) in droves because its such a wonderful crap hole to live in ...
Some of the wealthiest of these people got over a trillion dollars in bailouts 4 years ago. Based on the median, that's 2 million jobs per year for 10 years. Where did that money go?
Why does this remind me of the crazed Al Qaeda members who are so passionate about their "belief" system and yet remain in the dark ages and support a bunch of war crazed criminals at the top?
First of all, Oxnard, Ventrua IS NOT a part of Great Los Angeles, please make sure you have your facts correct before posting. I have been a resident of Ventura, Oxnard, and Camarillo for 50 years and we
ARE NOT a part or even that close to Greater Los Angeles.
In what will be one of the most influential jobs reports of the election season, unemployment fell from 8.1% to 7.8% in September, dropping below 8 percent for the first time in nearly four years. The private sector added 114,000 new jobs in September.
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[BRIEFING.COM] The stock market finished an upbeat week on a mixed note. The S&P 500 shed less than a point, ending the week higher by 1.3%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average (+0.1%) cemented a 1.7% advance for the week. High-beta names underperformed, which weighed on the Nasdaq Composite (-0.3%) and the Russell 2000 (-1.3%).
Equity indices displayed strength in the early going with the S&P 500 tagging the 2,019 level during the opening 30 minutes of the action. However, ... More
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