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  • Former Texas Governor and Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry
    Rick Perry makes a play for the African American vote
    Thursday, former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who is running for president for the second time, delivered a speech that started out with a searing account of a 1916 lynching of an African American youth in Waco, Texas. By “lynching” he meant...
  • Pope Francis and scouts
    Pope Francis climate encyclical: A moral mistake, pooh poohs the science
    Pope Francis’s recent climate change encyclical suggests that socialism, fascism, and one-world government will solve worldwide poverty and safeguard the planet. Many of the world’s Catholics would disagree.While the pope’s...
  • Food Bank
    Poverty, racism & martial law
    It is said during the last 60 years, working to solve the poverty problem, scholars have written 50 books and 500 articles. Most of their recommendations involve government taking money from those who earn it, and giving that money to those in...
  • Importance of families
    'Improving mobility and reducing poverty'
    Aparna Mathur is an American Enterprise Institute scholar with a high command of statistical analysis with which to support her ideas. In an article advanced by AEI today she says that “improving mobility and reducing poverty requires...
  • Fixing poverty by migrating to Mars
    Fixing poverty by migrating to Mars
    Going to Mars, either to explore or, perhaps, to stay us all the rage these days. An eventual NASA expedition to Mars is the one thing that politicians in America of on both sides of the political divide agree on. SpaceX’s Elon Musk dreams...
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    DC Cardinal Wuerl at climate event in Rome
    Thursday, Michae Sean Winters of National Catholic Reporter analyzes the remarks of Donald Cardinal Wuerl (how you are supposed to say it) at the second event running up to the climate change encyclical (literally circular letter). You can read...
  • President Obama explains ISIS strategy
    Let 'common sense' prevail in understanding ISIS threat
    Toward developing more effective policy in dealing with domestic terrorists and crime, consider the psychological circumstances.From the onset of attacks on America by radical Islamic terrorists it has been apparent that the likelihood of aligned...
  • Bernie Sanders wants to raise the minimum wage
    'Minimum wage' off-topic priority
    Even Bernie Sanders can fall into a political trap by taking on a false flag topic.Hillary Clinton earns 60% of the far liberal and liberal arm of the Democratic party and Bernie doesn’t have a chance to overcome that. However, he can...
  • Baltimore, a violent place
    Baltimore violence analysis
    Unbelievable, a new day by dawn's early light will be when the paradigm shifts. Anyone who must frequent Baltimore regularly to visit one of the several major hospitals in the community, or who want to dine on seafood at the Inner Harbor, or...
  • Nyah Potts
    Rabbi Jonah Pesner speaks at '2016 Budget: The Faithful Way Forward'
    Washington, D.C. – Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism Director Rabbi Jonah Pesner spoke today at NETWORK's Faithful Budget event at the Capitol Visitor Center. Here are Rabbi Pesner's remarks:"It’s an honor to be...
  • Child Poverty in the U.S
    Child poverty: A reflection of wealth inequality in the U.S
    You often hear people say, “the United States is the greatest country in the world.” But, by what criteria? The truth is, for a developed country, we are behind in many areas. Despite the United States having one of the largest GDP per...
  • MLB players take the Live Below the Line challenge
    MLB players take the Live Below the Line challenge
    Poverty is perhaps the greatest social issue facing humanity as it affects people not only in America but throughout the world. While many professional athletes who make millions of dollars are significantly more financially stable than those in...
  • Vacant buildings in Detroit
    Failing liberal states losing residents by the millions
    Americans are flocking to red states in droves. As reportedby the Daily Signal on Sunday, a new study fromthe American Legislative Exchange Council finds that California, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Illinois have suffered a net loss of...
  • Homeless rights bills are being debated in three states
    Homeless rights bills are being debated in three states
    Legislatures in three states—Colorado, California, and Oregon are taking up legislation that would grant homeless Americans the right to rest. Colorado’s legislature began taking testimony this week.The Colorado bill, called the...
  • Actress Gwyneth Paltrow
    Gwyneth Paltrow plans to live on $29 in food stamps for a week
    Gwyneth Paltrow is clearly keenly aware of the depth of poverty and hunger which tens of millions of Americans and other people worldwide are unjustly afflicted with. She has decided to make a powerful statement about this enormous suffering among...
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