Tag Archives: poverty

Despite greatest level of government spending in history, more Americans are poor

For almost a century, progressives, socialists and centrists of almost every shade have spouted that in order to make things more fair, the government has to redistribute wealth from the richest to the poorest. During Barack Obama’s Presidency, taxes have been raised, government spending on the poor has exploded and yet, according to government figures,… Read More »

In the MSM Every Silver Lining Is Obscured by a Cloud

I’ve about decided that reading three newspapers a day, plus Newsmax.com may be bad for my emotional health. Normally the day starts with the Washington Examiner, a fine tabloid with a conservative editorial page. I like the Examiner even though the paper is evidently unaware the county were I live — Prince William — exists,… Read More »

NBC’s Chuck Todd: Plenty of Reason for Concern

As the administration heralds the latest unemployment numbers as proof of improvement many Americans are still unsure. Across the country residents see their income lower than in 2009. Others know there are more in poor. Families who have to live within their means worry about the continued massive government spending. And the unemployment level, after… Read More »

Desperately Needed: Courage in America

In two previous articles we looked at the way the media is brainwashing American citizens into accepting tyranny and what can be done to stop the trend. Ben Kinchlow wrote a very interesting and on target article talking about the media and their methods of subjugating We the People using brainwashing techniques. We don’t have… Read More »