Best U.S. city to work remote in?

If remote work is the main focus, you could definitely consider Lancaster in Pennsylvania. Summers/Springs tend to be long, hot and humid, and only three months a year are really cold (under 55). There's a pretty good Catholic and Protestant community here, albeit the latter is getting more and more pozzed as NY, CT, and NJ transplants come in. That latter part covers much of the politics as well, although the county is and probably will be blood red for a long time, tons of sympathizers here. Very little mask compliance as well, and with the budding Latin Mass offerings here, there seems to be a bit of potential. Demographically though, the area may have some issues in the future I suppose. There's a large amount to do here though, plenty of trails, decent not-entirely-degenerate nightlife, museums, and other stuff. Just a suggestion.

Consider Martinsburg, WV and Charlestown, WV. You'll never see a cleaner city. Lacking in things to do, but demographically sound and packed with a great variety of faithful Christian organizations. More importantly, you're close to both the country and the big city in both, so there's always two perfect options if the need ever arises. Never mind the fact that the area is drop-dead gorgeous, and is so isolated you can almost forget that the clown world exists. Last time I was through was during the heat of the riots and I didn't even see a single BLM flag, so take that as you will.

Probably some other good ones if I could think of them, but these are the best I have to offer for now. If any others come up I'll throw them in here.

Pax Christi.
 

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With the Democrats' full-on embrace of socialist globalism and turn towards totalitarian fascism during the Wuhan scamdemic, I think you should be very careful about moving to a Democratic-controlled city. I live in a metropolitan area that has gone 90% Democratic-controlled within the past five years and it's ridiculous. They've already started raising property and sales taxes, promised to mandate more Section 8 housing in the more highly-rated school districts (which will hurt real estate values), started bad-mouthing their police department, declared the county a "sanctuary" for illegal aliens, and announced that in both schools and in government, they will appoint commissars (not their word) to enforce "equity".

I retire in about nine years and I will be getting out of here as soon as I do. I'm thinking of a city in the south that hasn't become socialist yet, even if I have to sacrifice the arts, culture, and epicurean scene that is the hallmark of most pozzed liberal Portlandias. So, Jacksonville, FL, Arlington or Fort Worth, Texas, Mesa, AZ, Oklahoma City, or Lafayette, LA. It's getting harder to find a city that hasn't become a people's republic. Even cities like Birmingham, AL, Jackson, MS, and Little Rock, AR have been taken-over by looney liberals.

I think I would like Tampa if it wasn't for the government there. I can speak Spanish and I like the cigar culture of Ybor City. However, if you remember, the mayor of Tampa ordered her police department to prosecute fans who were in town for the Super Bowl for not wearing their masks outside after CNN complained. That's a no go for me.
 
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With the Democrats' full-on embrace of socialist globalism and turn towards totalitarian fascism during the Wuhan scamdemic, I think you should be very careful about moving to a Democratic-controlled city. I live in a metropolitan area that has gone 90% Democratic-controlled within the past five years and it's ridiculous. They've already started raising property and sales taxes, promised to mandate more Section 8 housing in the more highly-rated school districts (which will hurt real estate values), started bad-mouthing their police department, declared the county a "sanctuary" for illegal aliens, and announced that in both schools and in government, they will appoint commissars (not their word) to enforce "equity".

I retire in about nine years and I will be getting out of here as soon as I do. I'm thinking of a city in the south that hasn't become socialist yet, even if I have to sacrifice the arts, culture, and epicurean scene that is the hallmark of most pozzed liberal Portlandias. So, Jacksonville, FL, Arlington or Fort Worth, Texas, Mesa, AZ, Oklahoma City, or Lafayette, LA. It's getting harder to find a city that hasn't become a people's republic. Even cities like Birmingham, AL, Jackson, MS, and Little Rock, AR have been taken-over by looney liberals.

I think I would like Tampa if it wasn't for the government there. I can speak Spanish and I like the cigar culture of Ybor City. However, if you remember, the mayor of Tampa ordered her police department to prosecute fans who were in town for the Super Bowl for not wearing their masks outside after CNN complained. That's a no go for me.

Many of you need to do better research before you up and move to places. Jacksonville, really? Are you at all familiar with the city? Tampa is fighting to keep masks despite the governors orders. Take a look at the changing demographics too...the whole metro is already a pozzed.
 
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