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The Best American Cities for Economic Growth

Written by Gary North on January 18, 2013

So, you want to live in a place that is likely to grow. You want to own a home there. You want to own 20 more in 20 years. Where should you move to?

If you want a large city, you should move here.

If you want a smaller city, you should move here.

Are a lot of them in Texas? Of course.

Does Texas have a state income tax? No.

Is the weather good? Yes.

Is real estate cheap? Yes.

Are people armed? Yes.

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4 thoughts on “The Best American Cities for Economic Growth

  1. 2WarAbnVet says:

    America's cities are pestholes of Democrat rule. Anybody, not on the government dole, who lives in one of them should be looking to move elsewhere.

  2. Austin, TX is #2 and we’ve been planning to move there. Yes!

  3. Austin is pretty nice as far as big urban cities go and the weather is mostly good.Just be forewarned that Austin is a blue dot in a sea of red.There are A LOT of California and other non Texan transplants there that have screwed up the local politics.Its kind of like a little Cali-greenie-hippie place.Outside of Travis county is great though and most of the libs stay in the city.

  4. Good Lord, Laredo is 26? I guess life expectancy didn't make the metric.