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  • There are only two races on earth
    There are only two races on earth
    In the end of the day there are really only two races on earth, and they are not distinguished by skin color or kind of hair. They are the good and the bad, the takers and the givers, the generous and the selfish, The selfish race are judged...
  • Politicians deprive the poor of justice in the courts
    Politicians deprive the poor of justice in the courts
    Amos was a prophet in the Old Testament who had a dire warning to a nation which deprived the poor and trampled them under foot. His words resonate with modern day America. "They trample on the heads of the poor as on the dust of the ground...
  • Man charged for feeding homeless: Possible $500 fine for feeding the homeless
    Man charged for feeding homeless: Trouble for bringing food to poor? $500 fine
    A man charged for feeding the homeless is speaking out this week against police for saying he and two pastors are violating an ordinance in Fort Lauderdale. Arnold Abbott, a longtime advocate for the poor and homeless, was arrested on Sunday for...
  • John Hagee
    Why John Hagee Needs to Read His Bible
    In his latest sermon at his 20,000 member megachurch, John Hagee took to the pulpit to begrudge impoverished Americans. He said, “America has rewarded laziness and we’ve called it welfare,” before adding “The Bible says, ...
  • Sweeping our national sins under the rug
    Sweeping our national sins under the rug
    When a man robs his fellow of a decent day's wages, he hopes nobody will notice and if they complain, he will blame them rather than his own greed. When a political party fails, as they all surely will, rather than take the blame they will...
  • Keyboard Trolls
    Troll trope: How can libertarians sleep at night?
    The website Libertarian Money got a troll letter that asked how libertarians can sleep at night "knowing the people you could hurt with the [expletive deleted] you write?" meaning that libertarians don't care about poor people who...
  • Bread for the City's PEP Program
    Workforce Development and Advocacy for the Poor
    It is said that knowledge is power! That being said, consider the changing trends in the employment field and you could almost go stir crazy trying to keep up with how to access employment resources/opportunities, find your way through the...
  • Vatican Opulence
    One-Percenter Pope demands violent wealth redistribution
    The Pope revealed himself for the ruthlessly violent collectivist elitist that he is when, according to an AP article, "Pope Francis called Friday for governments to redistribute wealth to the poor in a new spirit of generosity to help curb...
  • W. Bradford Wilcox
    'Grads and Dads': AEI's discussion about father's involvement
    The American Enterprise Institute embraces noble purpose ideas such as the importance of fathers being involved in their children's development. According to research by W. Bradford Wilcox, fathers’ involvement in their children’s...
  • Homeless
    If your loved ones were homeless, would you ignore them? These people did
    If your loved ones were disguised as homeless street people, slumped over against a dirty building, would you ignore them? People videotaped for a social experiment did, walking right by their relatives who were transformed into dispossessed and...
  • Bjorn Lomborg
    Environmentalist Bjorn Lomberg: 'Earth Hour adds to pollution, mocks the poor'
    At 8:30 p.m. Saturday night, cities around the world are set to power down in Earth Hour, an event intended to raise awareness of global warming while giving environmentalists an opportunity to crow about how much they care about the issue. But...
  • Jesus wasn't a Republican
    Jesus versus the Republican Party (He's not one of you)
    In any political conversation, especially where the issue or “morality” comes up, debaters outside the Christian philosophy quote rather eloquently Jesus’ vehement defense of the poor in political and religious matters....
  • Nancy Pelosi
    Nancy Pelosi: Unnamed Republican said poor, hungry children 'invisible' to GOP
    While speaking at the 2014 California Democrats State Convention in Los Angeles on Saturday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., claimed that an anonymous Republican told her that poor, hungry children are "invisible" to an ...
  • Little Sisters of the Poor reach out to elders
    Little Sisters of the Poor reach out to elders
    Catholic nuns have always had compassion beyond compare. They get involved in situations that make most other individuals uncomfortable to say the least, while some folk just turn and walk away to avoid even having slight knowledge about those...
  • Thinking about the Boom~Boom
    War is pure HELL on earth
    BOOM~BOOM~War is pure Hell on earth~~~To understand the American mind~~understand this~These people the world over being blown to bits who we see on the television everyday~are victims of war, but the Americans do not care because the victims are...