Friday, October 2, 2015

Planned Parenthood funnels your tax dollars to Democrats - Legislation needed

Listening to the Planned Parenthood coverage yesterday made me think about political contributions. I think there should be a law something like this.

"It is a felony under Federal law for any business interest, company, or organization, that is receiving taxpayer monies, to contribute, either directly or indirectly, to the campaigns of any politician, or to fund lobbyists to promote their best interests."

This should correct the major problem that we, as law-biding, taxpaying citizens, have in controlling non-ethical politicians who give taxpayers money out of one hand and take it back in the other hand from these same entities. Planned Parenthood is the prime example, with millions of dollars going to the Democrats who support them.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Walter Williams – The civil rights struggle is over

Walter Williams talks about the race issue and discusses the real causes of poverty and inequality in the black communities.

Friday, August 23, 2013

Obama’s fake recovery, standard of living for everyone is tanking

No economic upturn, and minorities, those hit hardest by the Obama “recovery” still consider him a deity.  Poverty is being redistributed upward AND downward. Ignorance is bliss, but exceedingly destructive to our nation.
Excerpt:  Household incomes are still down 4.4% since the recession ended four years ago. Meanwhile, the unemployment picture may be even worse than we think. The Obama “recovery” continues to impress.
According to a report released this week by Sentier Research, the inflation-adjusted median household income remains $2,380 below where it stood when the Obama “recovery” officially started in June 2009 — a drop of 4.4%.
Sentier’s monthly data, derived from the Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey, show that incomes fell more in the year after the recovery started than it did during the recession itself. And household incomes have basically flat-lined ever since.
“As the unemployment rate and the duration of unemployment remained high,” the authors note, “median annual household income continued its decline.”
The picture gets even grimmer the deeper you dive into the data. The most vulnerable groups — blacks, Hispanics, female-headed families and the young — have fared far worse under Obama than everyone else.

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Black poverty in the United States

Excerpt: Bill O’Reilly has begun the dialogue, a dialogue that, if truly vetted by all sides, could result in the first real progress in solving the problems of inner cities and creating a path for minorities, especially blacks, out of the generational poverty that many are in today.
Read full article here

Tuesday, June 25, 2013