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  • "Migrants Are the Lifeblood of America" [semi-satire]

    01/24/2024 11:39:13 AM PST · by John Semmens · 6 replies
    Semi-News/Semi-Satire ^ | 21 January 2024 | John Semmens
    So says the top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee Rep. Jared Nadler (D-NY). "The fact is that the birth rate in this country is way below replacement level," he said. "We need immigrants to pick the vegetables and have the babies that lazy Americans refuse to. Fortunately tens, maybe hundreds of millions of people want to migrate to the United States." Rep. Delia Ramirez (D-Ill) bolstered Nadler's assertions, saying "the millions crossing our border with Mexico ensure that we will be able to eat." Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wa) claimed that "study after study has proven that the US economy...
  • Latest UN Figures Show Rapid Global Aging

    01/09/2020 8:36:35 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 41 replies
    The Center for Family and Human Rights ^ | January 9, 2020 | Susan Yoshihara, Ph.D.
    NEW YORK, January 10 (C-Fam) Even with adjustments for longer, healthier living, the UN’s latest population figures show rapid aging and economic unpreparedness across the globe. By each of the three metrics used in the latest UN report on aging, only Africa is projected to avoid the harsh effects of aging in the coming decades, a world where the number of elderly is projected to more than double, reaching more than 1.5 billion. According to World Population Prospects 2019, by 2050, one in six people will be over the age of 65, up from one in eleven in 2019, as...
  • The Unacceptable Tax Return

    02/21/2016 12:29:57 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 22 replies
    Email from my Aunt | 02/21/16 | Unknown
    This example shows the importance of accuracy in your tax return. The IRS has returned the Tax Return to a man in New York City after he apparently answered one of the questions incorrectly. In response to the question, ... "Do you have anyone dependent on you?" the man wrote: ... "7.1 million illegal immigrants, 1.1 million crack-heads, 4.4 million unemployable scroungers, 80,000 criminals in over 85 prisons, plus 450 idiots in Congress and a group that call themselves Politicians." The IRS stated that the response he gave was unacceptable. The man's response back to the IRS was.... "Who did...
  • Government Dependents Outnumber Those With Private Sector Jobs In 11 U.S. States

    12/27/2012 7:31:25 AM PST · by blam · 14 replies
    TEC ^ | 12-27-2012 | Michael Snyder
    Government Dependents Outnumber Those With Private Sector Jobs In 11 U.S. States By Michael Snyder December 26th, 2012 America is rapidly becoming a nation of takers. An increasing number of Americans expect the government to take care of them from the cradle to the grave, and they expect the government to dig into the pockets of others in order to pay for it all. This philosophy can be very seductive, but what happens when the number of takers eventually outnumbers the number of producers? In 11 different U.S. states, the number of government dependents exceeds the number of private sector...
  • Give Us a King

    11/07/2012 7:58:38 AM PST · by bboop · 19 replies
    The Bible (NIV) ^ | long ago | God
    6 But when they said, “Give us a king to lead us,” this displeased Samuel; so he prayed to the Lord. 7 And the Lord told him: “Listen to all that the people are saying to you; it is not you they have rejected, but they have rejected me as their king. 8 As they have done from the day I brought them up out of Egypt until this day, forsaking me and serving other gods, so they are doing to you. 9 Now listen to them; but warn them solemnly and let them know what the king who will...
  • High school in wartime sets soldiers' kids apart

    05/23/2008 5:48:10 AM PDT · by Albion Wilde · 23 replies · 176+ views
    Philadelphia Inquirer/Daily News online ^ | May 23, 2008 | KRISTIN M. HALL, AP
    FORT CAMPBELL, Ky. - When Evelyn Burwell put on a cap and gown to accept her high school diploma, she knew someone wasn't in the audience , her dad. The 18-year-old's father is serving in Iraq, like so many other parents of her classmates at Fort Campbell High School, the largest high school on an American military base. His service has meant missing two of his children's high school graduations, countless anniversaries and birthdays, and this year, his daughter being crowned prom queen.
  • Families Of Killed Workers Denied $17 Million, Newspaper Finds

    05/13/2007 8:08:36 PM PDT · by eastforker · 9 replies · 862+ views
    click2houston.com ^ | 2:43 pm CDT May 13, 2007 | houston chronicle
    HOUSTON -- Relatives of 140 workers who died on the job in Texas were denied more than $17 million in compensation benefits because of the state's narrow definition of who can receive the money, a Houston Chronicle analysis has found. Typically, only spouses and minor-age children are eligible for the lump-sum compensation, often more than $100,000 per worker, according to state law. Parents and older children must demonstrate financial dependence on the killed worker to receive benefits.
  • Teambuilders revisit family deployment program (USMC Families)

    07/07/2005 4:36:01 PM PDT · by SandRat · 9 replies · 465+ views
    Marine Corps News ^ | July 7, 2005 | Cpl. J.R. Stence
    MCAS CHERRY POINT, N.C. (July 6, 2005) -- “All that she knows is that daddy is fighting the bad guys. She wants to go and fight the bad guys so daddy can come home. To hear a four-year old say that is enough to break your heart.” Carley’s daughter, Isabela, has been without her father, Staff Sgt. Robert Jacobson, since he deployed to Iraq with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 4 approximately six months ago. And, six days before he left, his wife bore his firstborn son, Xander. The Jacobsons’ occupy a rare place in American society, but within the...
  • America Supports You: Brewery Offers Theme Park Admission (Tell All Active, Guard and Reserves)

    02/27/2005 2:59:27 PM PST · by SandRat · 21 replies · 1,415+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | 02/25/05 | Sgt. 1st Class Doug Sample, USA
    WASHINGTON, Feb. 25, 2005 -- Dan Hartman's "Free Ride" could be the theme song to the Anheuser-Busch Company's latest offer to the military. This month, the brewery announced that once again it will open the gates to its SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and Sesame Place theme parks for free as a way of saying thanks to servicemembers and their families. The company's latest promotion, dubbed "Here's to the Heroes," offers a free single-day admission to servicemembers, including Guardsmen and Reservists, and as many as three "direct dependents," according to Fred Jacobs, senior director for communications at Busch Entertainment Corp. The offer...
  • Military Spouse's Hard Work Draws President's Praise

    02/06/2005 7:58:31 PM PST · by Former Military Chick · 4 replies · 224+ views
    Los Angeles Times ^ | February 6, 2005 | Wendy Thermos
    Law school student Kathryn Ostapuk is fast becoming an authority on the favorite brand of baby wipes of U.S. troops in Iraq. The practical needs of the military are constantly on her mind. In the past year, the 24-year-old San Diego woman has spent hundreds of hours helping military families get advice on things such as dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder and welcoming service members home from overseas tours. Ostapuk does this as a volunteer for the nonprofit MarineParents.com website. As a young military wife, she knows firsthand how overwhelming it is to wonder whether a serviceman or woman is...
  • Court tells doctor to foot daughter's med school bill (Canada)

    01/12/2005 6:35:37 AM PST · by GMMAC · 30 replies · 1,183+ views
    CBC (Constant Bolshevik Crap) ^ | Wed, 12 Jan 2005 | Staff
    Court tells doctor to foot daughter's med school bill Last Updated Wed, 12 Jan 2005 08:59:20 EST CBC News SURREY, B.C. - British Columbia's highest court has ruled that a doctor must pay 50 per cent of the cost of putting his 23-year-old daughter through medical school, referring to the money as "child support." The decision by the province's Court of Appeal could set a precedent because previous decisions have decreed that parents with sufficient means are responsible only for seeing their children through undergraduate degree programs. As far as the courts were concerned, adult children have been on their...
  • War and Disabilities

    01/14/2004 5:45:02 PM PST · by joesnuffy · 8 replies · 373+ views
    News Max ^ | Jan. 14, 2004 | Michael Arnold Glueck and Robert J. Cihak
    War and Disabilities Michael Arnold Glueck and Robert J. Cihak Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2004 New Diagnoses and Strategies Create Both Short- and Long-term Problems for Medicine and the Military War is hell and becoming even more hellish. The "advancement" of technology has provided new ways to live and terrible ways to die. Those who live because of body armor now face hellish injuries to what's left of limbs and looks. These in turn provide new challenges to medicine and the military. The Body Armor Trap While there has been a generational decline in infantry skills, the American infantry still widely...
  • Pink Slips Greet Returning Soldiers

    12/27/2003 4:33:27 AM PST · by joesnuffy · 28 replies · 164+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | December 27, 2003 | Timothy W. Maier
    <p>Editor's note: WorldNetDaily is pleased to have a content-sharing agreement with Insight magazine, the bold Washington publication not afraid to ruffle establishment feathers. Subscribe to Insight at WorldNetDaily's online store and save 71 percent off the cover price.</p> <p>When U.S. Army Maj. Joe Cherry left his federal job at the National Labor Relations Board in Chicago because he was called up to fight the war in Iraq he received an unexpected going-away present. The major wouldn't have to worry whether his government job would be there when he returned - the federal government made that decision for him, firing him on the spot.</p>