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0 Tax Dollars Wasted On Public Libraries With Little Use And Big Operating Costs

Our government spends millions of tax dollars yearly and the benefit for much of it, is absent. I have spent some time in several different libraries to see what the people coming into these tax sink holes are doing and how many seem to be actually using the books awaiting checkout. I went by the main library in the central valley of California early one morning to see what went on there before opening. What I saw was homeless people,…

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Economy
0 Crime And Poverty In Baltimore And Other Big Cities – Who Is To Blame?

Mass urban poverty in Baltimore has been ignored by the city’s democratic leadership for a long time. The city of Baltimore, Maryland, has been led by Democrat mayors and Democratic city council members for almost 50 years, and corruption within the city has run rampant. One of the first notable offenders was William Donald Schaefer, a previous Mayor of Baltimore, who enlisted many allies who obtained funding for repair projects only at the approval of Schaefer, and only those that offered…

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Business
0 Baltimore Riots Hurt Minorities – 200 Businesses Lost

Protesters do more harm than good as Baltimore riots hurt minorities and cause loss of more than 200 businesses in a single day of rioting.  It’s a shame, but sometimes the unorganized actions of the crowd have unintended consequences.  What began as earnest interest in what happened to Freddie Gray, quickly turned into another slew of riots, this time in Baltimore, Maryland. Rather than express their desire to learn all the facts involving the death of Freddie Gray, the uninformed…

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Economy
0 Welfare Abuse In America – Lack Of Personal Responsibility

When welfare started it was to be a helping hand for folks that needed help to get back on their feet. Let’s take a look at welfare abuse and what the original welfare system has now become. As a matter or record, in Baltimore, the birthrate was three times higher on average than other cities in 1990. Recent reports say that in the City of Baltimore, a resident on welfare can receive up to $31,000 per year in benefits. Welfare…

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0 U.S. Navy Will Accompany U.S. Ships In Straight Of Hormuz

Fresh off the news wire, Reuters is reporting that the U.S. Navy will be accompanying American flagged ships through the Straight Of Hormuz due to safety concerns brought about by recent actions taken by the Iraqi navy.  This coming after Iran fired upon and boarded a ship previously thought to be that of United States origin but was later learned to be flagged by the Marshall Islands. According to officials, the security measure will be a limited time effort and…

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Business
0 United States Taxes – You pay, and pay, and pay…

The United States Tax Noose – The Government Lynching I awoke this morning thinking about all the taxes I pay to the government….like the bed I sleep in….. I had to pay sales tax on the bed. I got dressed in the clothes that I paid sales tax on. I went to the breakfast table that I paid sales tax on for breakfast and realized that I paid tax on that breakfast as well. After a great breakfast I headed to…

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Economy
0 Rosie The Riveter Dies At 92

Who doesn’t know the iconic scene of Rosie The Riveter?  Although many know the image, but not the story behind the image.  Sadly, the woman that posed for the Norman Rockwell portraits died this week at the age of 92 in Connecticut after battling a brief illness (According to the Associated Press). Mary Doyle Keefe is the name behind the name.  She posed for the famous portrait that was immortalized on the cover of the May 1943 Saturday Evening Post cover.…

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