29 Incredible Facts Which Prove That Poverty In America Is Absolutely Exploding

October 29, 2013

29 Incredible Facts Which Prove That Poverty In America Is Absolutely Exploding

Did you know that the number of Americans on welfare is higher than the number of Americans that have full-time jobs?  Did you know that 1.2 million public school students in the U.S. are currently homeless?  Anyone that uses the term “economic recovery” to describe what is happening in the United States today is being deeply insulting to the nearly 150 million Americans that are considered to be either “poor” or “low income” at this point.  Yes, things are great in New York City, Washington D.C. and San Francisco, but almost everywhere else economic conditions continue to steadily get worse.  The gap between the wealthy and the poor is at a level that America has never seen before, and this is beginning to create a “Robin Hood mentality” that could cause a tremendous amount of social chaos in the years ahead.  Anger at the “haves” in America continues to rise at a very alarming pace, and the “have nots” are becoming increasingly desperate.  At some point all of this anger is going to boil over, and you won’t want to be anywhere around major population centers when that happens.  Despite unprecedented borrowing by the federal government in recent years, and despite unprecedented money printing by the Federal Reserve, poverty in the United States keeps getting worse with each passing year. The following are 29 incredible facts which prove that poverty in America is absolutely exploding…
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Silicon Valley Cringes … A Kayak For Healthcare

October 26, 2013

>As Healthcare.gov Falters, Silicon Valley Cringes (‘State of the Art Incompetence’)

This week, as programmers in Washington scrambled to fix the glitch-ridden healthcare.gov, the centerpiece of the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act architecture, their counterparts in Silicon Valley viewed the situation with a mixture of rolled eyes and sympathy.

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Thanks Jerry

October 25, 2013

For the ‘PERFECT description of liberalism,’ Jerry Brown

Jerry Brown: “Government can best solve the problems that it, at first, creates.” #CAP10

Read more at twitchy.com …



October 17, 2013

Apple’s October 22 event confirmed

Apple today sent out invitations for a news event to take place on October 22, confirming a previous report from AllThingsD that the presentation would take place on this date.

GameSpot sister site CNET notes that the event is expected to bring news of new iPads and Macs.

The invitation says, “We still have a lot to cover,” with leaves of various colors emerging from the Apple logo.

The event is scheduled to take place at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco, California beginning at 10 a.m. PDT. It is not clear if a live-stream will be offered.

It’s supposed to cover the iPad 5

Twitter IPO

October 16, 2013

Twitter’s Loss Widens

Twitter Inc. revealed fresh financial details in a securities filing, including continued user growth but a wider loss in the third quarter, as costs continued to outpace revenue.

Better look before you leap …

IPO expected in November …

Oracle Team USA wins the America’s Cup!

September 26, 2013


The greatest comeback victory in the history of sailing!

Spithill, his crew, and the shore team deserve a ticker-tape parade.

OMG! OMG! OMG! [shakes limp wrists, bounces up & down and around]

America Wins — The freakin’ America’s Cup, the oldest trophy in world sport.

acvictoryYou want a metaphor for AMERICA?

Do You Kow The Difference

September 26, 2013

“A citizen doesn’t ask permission to own ANYTHING. A subject does! “.

Or how about this … silence is evil’s playground. Which is why we have our First Amendment, and why the Democrats don’t like that.

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