As you and I discussed recently, big blue cities are exporting jobs to places like Florida, where their money is treated with respect. Today, let’s talk about Main Street America that’s been forgotten by big businesses that have moved America’s manufacturing base to China. How can this be a good long-term trend? I remember like it was yesterday, studying globalization—“the next big thing.” Now, look at where we are.
But attitudes are changing. One thing I noticed from a trip to our log cabin in New Hampshire this summer was, the area in and around the beautiful White Mountains were packed with people. Something tells me there’re more looking to make the area home and not just a vacation destination. Areas that used to be only for vacation are the new staycation destinations.
People are rushing to the countryside because they want their freedoms restored. In blue states like Oregon, governors have gone wild. The state’s governor, Kate Brown is being sued by the state’s police and firefighters who don’t want to be forced to take vaccines. Those who have spoken up against the mandate have already been retaliated against. Watch the video below to see Officer Zachary Cowing speak against Brown’s mandate. He’s since been suspended.
Action Line: There will be growing pains as those looking for some peace and quiet in off-the-beaten-path areas are now running into the masses at the post office and grocery store. The biggest takeaway will be the ability for families to stay intact as seasonal areas become year-round boomtowns. Stay with me. Sign up for my free monthly Survive & Thrive newsletter. But only if you’re serious.
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