Once again, Texas is CNBC's #1 state for business in the U.S.
We are a right-to-work state with NO state income tax.
You can go here to see the rankings. Go here for CNBC's analysis of why Texas is #1.
One puzzling sentence in the CNBC analysis....high wages hurt the state in the all-important Cost-of-Doing-Business category, where it comes in at number 30.
Let's repeat that.....high wages hurt the state in the all-important Cost-of-Doing-Business category, where it comes in at number 30.
Does this mean you don't have to be represented by the mafia or devote part of your paycheck to Democrat politicians in order to earn high wages? How can we possibly have abnormally high wages as a right-to-work state?
Could it be that individuals prosper most when they represent themselves instead of allowing....awwww, never mind.
I've posted this before. Here's some Ray Wylie Hubbard. You can go ahead and fast-foward to the two-minute mark where the song gets crankin'.