Posts Tagged ‘statistics’

Death Control or People Control?

April 29, 2013 Leave a comment

Counter-CutLaughter is good for the soul.  Our news would be hilarious if it weren’t so painfully true!

Incidents of social insanity have reached epidemic proportions to the point where it’s impossible to keep up with them.  They are literally consuming and destroying our society.  Some examples of our social insanity follow:

The entire country has experienced 2,174 military deaths in Afghanistan 2001 through 2012.  During the same period there were at least 6,096 murders in Chicago, the President’s home town and a city with one of the most restrictive gun control laws in the entire country. Read more…

The Land of the Free, the Home of the Brave

February 21, 2012 Leave a comment

1 in 5 Americans are receiving Government assistance

Remember the Lone Ranger?  That rugged individual who stood for truth and justice and lived on his own?  How about the other cowboy heroes?  Whatever happened to them?  Whatever happened to us?

See story below:

The Heritage Foundation’s “Index of Dependence on Government” also finds that the average American relying on federal government assistance receives $300 more in benefits ($32,748) annually than the average American’s disposable personal income ($32,446).

Editor:  This issue of particular interest because federal government assistance (Medicare, Medicaid, etc.) accounts for about 54% of the Federal budget.  Furthermore, according to White House figures, the Federal Government “earned” only 64 cents of each dollar it spent in 2011.  The rest was borrowed.  So, basically the Federal Government earned just enough to cover its assistance programs plus the interest on the debt it is accumulating.  Everything else – defense and all other programs – the Federal Government does using borrowed money.  (Table 1.1)

39th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

February 2, 2012 Leave a comment

This is the 39th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.  Needless to say there has been considerable discussion regarding abortion.  Please take a look at the following articles.

“Ten Years Later, Boy’s ‘Hand of Hope’ Continues to Spark Debate.”  The picture is truly breathtaking.,2933,519181,00.html

The smallest baby in the United States could not have survived previously.  The point of “viability” is clearly becoming earlier and earlier.

An award winning movie exploring issues related to abortion.

Some startling statistics on abortion in the U.S.


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