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The Survivors of the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars: 1,558 Amputations; 7,224 Severe Brain Injuries; 118,829 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders
By March 9, 2014 1 Comments Read More →

The Survivors of the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars: 1,558 Amputations; 7,224 Severe Brain Injuries; 118,829 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders

We often hear about death tolls when discussing the human cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. But the real cost can be contemplated in in a different way now, thanks to the Congressional Research Service (CRS). A newly-released report from the CRS provides a human accounting of the many serious injuries which thousands of U.S. soldiers returned home with. For example, 1,558 soldiers […]

U.S. Troops and Veterans Turn To Food Stamps To Make Ends Meet
By February 18, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

U.S. Troops and Veterans Turn To Food Stamps To Make Ends Meet

Numbers published this week reveal that a growing number of U.S. soldiers are turning to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, or food stamps, to make ends meet. The electronic benefits are being redeemed at soaring rates on military bases and military grocery stores, or commissaries. In fact, these numbers have gone from from $31.1 million in 2008 […]

Venture Capitalist Says $1 Million In Taxes Should Mean 1 Million Votes
By February 16, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Venture Capitalist Says $1 Million In Taxes Should Mean 1 Million Votes

Venture capitalist Tom Perkins recently said that only taxpayers should have the right to vote. Moreover, he suggests that the rich – who pay more in taxes – should get more votes. $1 million dollars should, in a sense, equal 1 million votes. The poor, by contrast, should not be allowed to vote at all. […]

U.S. Unemployment Is Down To 6.6%, But 50 Million Are Poor, and 80% of America Near Poverty
By February 9, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

U.S. Unemployment Is Down To 6.6%, But 50 Million Are Poor, and 80% of America Near Poverty

The U.S. economy added 113,000 jobs in January. This was a tiny improvement over December’s numbers, but the figures are already being touted by pundits as proof of an “economic recovery.” In spite of the claims, these figures fell well below forecasters’ predictions of 185,000 new jobs. The Labor Participation Rate, which is used as […]

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Restaurant Owner Refuses To Serve African Americans, ‘Freaks’, Homosexuals and Welfare Recipients
By February 8, 2014 4 Comments Read More →

Restaurant Owner Refuses To Serve African Americans, ‘Freaks’, Homosexuals and Welfare Recipients

A restaurant in Enid, Oklahoma is in hot water after announcing that it will refuse service to anyone it deems to be a “freak”, homosexuals or welfare recipients… Of course African Americans and Hispanic customers are not welcome either. The establishment has been open for more than forty years. Gary James, the owner of Gary’s Chicaros, […]