Millennials Are Leaving Los Angeles


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By Stephen Frank

Millennials are smart enough not to pay for mediocre health care.  They were smart enough not to vote for Hillary.  They understand that crony capitalists, the Wall Street types, the elites, the Establishment, want to use them, not help them.  They know that thanks to the high tax policies living in LA, San Fran, San Jose is out, unless they are rich, very poor or an illegal alien.

“The simple and undeniable fact is that Prop. 47 was a bill of goods intended only to remove criminal penalties for drug users who steal to support their habits.  As I pointed out in October, the Prop 47. fallout continues and California residents suffer as the rest of the nation sees a decline in crime. The false promises of cost savings, drug treatment, and safer communities that were used to obtain passage have not materialized.  Every day, the truth of Prop 47’s failure becomes more clear, measured in metrics such as increased crime, more victims, and a decimation of drug treatment programs.”

We may be seeing the start of a new movement away from big government, the Nanny State and a return of reason.  The Trump Administration hopefully will indeed make America great again—led by enlightened millennials.

Related Article: Millennials Are Leaving Los Angeles


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Stephen Frank

Stephen Frank

Stephen Frank: Is the the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.  Mr. Frank speaks all over California and appears as a guest on several radio shows each week. He has also served as a guest host on radio talk shows and is a full time political consultant.

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William "Bill" Hicks

It sounds a whole lot like how New Yorkers ruined New York and left their State for California, where they proceeded in enacting the same failed policies of New York in California.

William "Bill" Hicks

1) how do you know millennials are leaving?

2) Are you suggesting that millennials didn’t vote for Prop 47?

3) If they voted for this, shouldn’t they be happy about it? OR are they just so stupid that they didn’t understand the fruits of their decisions?

4) If they’re that stupid, maybe voting at 18 should be reversed.