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Why Middle-Class Americans Can’t Afford to Live in Liberal Cities

I was just in San Francisco and prices and rents are INSANE. The city will not allow any new development and as such the hyper-liberal city is home nearly exclusively to the rich.

There are exceptions. There is a huge homeless population. But for those with mailing addresses the cost of living is astronomical. This is common in many “liberal” cities. Why is this?

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Top political donors? 1. Steyer $73.7 million, 2.Bloomberg, $20 million, and 40 others

Um…

 

Thomas F. Steyer $73,725,000
Michael Bloomberg $20,011,895
Paul Singer $9,333,539
Robert Mercer $8,070,000
Fred Eychaner $7,900,000
Sheldon Adelson $5,000,000
J. Joe Ricketts $4,870,000
Richard E. Uihlein $4,235,000
Robert C. McNair $3,500,000
George Soros $3,315,000
Warren A. Stephens/Stephens Inc. $3,035,000
James H. Simons $3,000,000
Kenneth C. Griffin $2,825,000
Linda McMahon $2,635,000
Joseph W. Craft III $2,625,000
Seth A. Klarman $2,600,000
B. Wayne Hughes Sr. $2,500,000
Kenneth W. Davis Jr. $2,458,911
Ronnie Cameron/Mountaire Corp. $2,350,000
John W. Childs $2,165,000
S. Donald Sussman $2,025,000
Charles G. Koch $2,000,000
David H. Koch $2,000,000
Andrew Jerrold $2,000,000
Amy Goldman Fowler $1,999,760
Virginia James $1,800,000
George M. Marcus $1,750,000
Marlene Ricketts $1,725,000
Herbert M. Sandler $1,700,000
Jon L. Stryker $1,625,000
Anne Getty Earhart $1,600,000
Sean Fieler $1,574,670
Ronald M. Firman $1,476,620
Angelo Tsakopoulos $1,347,000
Daniel S. Loeb $1,250,000
Robert B. Rowling/TRT Holdings $1,200,000
Sean Parker $1,125,000
Ian M. Cumming $1,025,000
Julian H. Robertson Jr. $1,012,000
Diane Hendricks $1,000,000
Meridee Moore $1,000,000
Clarence L. Werner $1,000,000

Source: Federal Election Commission

By Christopher Schnaars, USA TODAY

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Either liberty or the IRS (You can’t have both)

The thing is many people don’t care about liberty. They care about being fed. (As everyone should.) They care about making people “pay their fair share.” (And what is this “fair share”? Seems like a “fair” share would be a lot less than what most taxpayers pay today.) They don’t care about state sanctioned theft. They don’t care because often they are the beneficiaries of that theft.

Before you go thinking that I am targeting people on welfare I will tell you that I am more concerned with corporate and institutional welfare than the run of the mill kind. Much more concerned.

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