"He trusted in the Lord God of Israel, so that after him was none like him among all the kings of Judah, nor who were before him."
2 Kings 18:5
Following a suggestion we made late last year, Governor Perry is in NYC this week; Breitbart Texas reports:
New York City will get a brief taste of Lone Star State economics, as Texas Governor Rick Perry travels there to speak to various business leaders. TexasOne is hosting a reception from April 22-24, focused around Texas' pro-business policies and their positive effects on companies.Perry is also airing this ad while he's in New York:
A press release from Perry's office stated that the governor plans to tout "Texas' message of low taxes, smart regulations, and job creation" during his brief stay in New York City.
TexasOne aims to market Texas "nationally and internationally as a prime business destination."
Indeed, Texas has consistently been ranked as one of the nation's best place to start a business and find a job. Perry's release pointed to a recent CNBC survey, which polled over 700 CEOs, has ranked Texas as the best U.S. state in which to conduct business for nine consecutive years.
Breitbart Texas has reported extensively on Texas' booming economy, which continues to extend into numerous industries.
Meanwhile, New York is home to one of the least business-friendly environments. CNBC ranked the state as the 49th best state to conduct business in.
It is not surprising that the Big Apple is rapidly losing inhabitants to Texan cities. Breitbart Texas previously reported on new data released by the federal government which shows that people from America's biggest cities, like New York and L.A., are moving to Texas cities. Using the new data, Bloomberg Businessweek compiled a list of the top fastest-growing large metros. Four Texas cities made the top ten: Austin (which ranked number one), San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas. The bountiful job market and business-friendly environment have unquestionably been the driving forces behind the ever-increasing populations in Texan cities.
As someone born and raised in NYC, this topic hits home. New Yorkers who want to keep their guns and their money have an option. Move to Texas!!!