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Stockton Was Murdered

Bulwark Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 12:08 PM
When a pension board sees problems looming, from the city's failure to fund its obligation, a demand may be issued. Certainly it is a huge amount. If you don't pay your own mortgage monthly, your arrears add up. Additionally the pension system has been deprived of the investment income to the system which would have accrued had the debt been paid when actually due.
Were a rational person given the assignment to search this planet to find the best place for human beings to live and build wealth, he might well settle on San Joaquin County, Calif.

That is where Americans built a city called Stockton -- the municipality a federal bankruptcy judge just declared dead.

How did Stockton die? It was cold-blood murder.

San Joaquin County truly enjoys as many natural advantages as any place on Earth. It sits in the broad valley that lies between California's Coast Range and the Sierra Nevada. Two massive navigable river systems -- the Sacramento and the San...