This should absolutely happen. Of course that means parts of Middle America will have to deal with a bunch of entitled government employees moving in. But I say on the whole, this is an excellent idea. The colder and more remote the new cities the better.
Along the way maybe Education, Commerce, and Energy can be done away with all together.
(From The Daily Caller)
Four of the five richest counties in the U.S. are Washington, D.C. suburbs — Loudoun, Fairfax and Arlington in Virginia and Howard in Maryland — so it is unsurprising that many Americans question the federal government taking money to prop up far-off elites?
One solution to the federal government being too expensive and out-of-touch is moving parts of it away from Washington, D.C., according to House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform Chairman Jason Chaffetz.