As the world’s foremost accredited news source, the Accredited Times is often asked to rank items from most accredited to least accredited. With millions of government workers retiring to lavish pensions, many have contacted us about which states are the best in which to live. The question often arises from older government workers on the cusp of retirement around 39 years old.
The answer, of course, is simple: the bluer, the better. And by “bluer,” we mean “redder” — that is to say, the more socialist/progressive the state’s policies, the better a place it is to live. In any event, without further ado, here are the accredited rankings as to which states are the best in which to live or retire:
- New York
- Rhode Island
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New Hampshire
All other states should be avoided at all costs as the possibility of being killed by a gun or SUV increases dramatically.