To answer your first question, because I think the other funding sources will create more black empowerment and a stronger sense of pride within the community.Why?
Until you reach the term limit.
they may not vote but the fear mongering 100% influences their perspective on current events. That's why they use social media to spread the facade that the "radical left" is coming for everything you own.To be fair, the really poor people generally don’t vote. It’s more likely the white guy who really did have to work and sacrifice to eventually end up making a few dollars more than minimum wage, who is the one who votes Republican and is in full on last place avoidance mode and therefore needs women and LGBT and PoC and poor “burger flippers,” to look down upon.
Krystal Ball and her are quickly gaining the Young Turks for title of most buffoonery on a leftist show.Economic Anxiety bike like cooked crack
And she's the "progressive" on the show
The Greatest Wealth Transfer Program in the U.S. for Whites
From 1862 to 1986, the United States government ran a homestead program that gave 2,992,058 white settlers and European immigrants (both documented and undocumented) a minimum of 160 acres of land from the Mississippi River to the West coast of America, including the Alaskan territory. Authorized by the Homestead Act of 1862, this land giveaway program ended for all participating states in 1976 and ended for land awards in Alaska in 1986.
White recipients in the land giveaway program were recruited through a widespread, government-sponsored advertising campaign in newspapers in America and Europe. The land was awarded to applicants who promised to live on it and develop the land for five years. Title to the property vested at the end of this five-year period.
Claimants paid total filing fees of $18 and $1.25 per acre after six-months of residency. These below-market land acquisition rates essentially made the land a free gift to the recipients.
Congress passed additional laws in 1873 that allowed the government to award larger tracts of land to these white settlers and immigrants.
By: Donald V. Watkins © Copyrighted and Published on November 22, 2019 A 124-Year-Long, Government-Sponsored Land Giveaway Program For Whites From 1862 to 1986, the United States government ran a homestead program that gave 2,992,058 white settlers and European immigrants (both documented and...www.donaldwatkins.com
And yet, all too many act as though the United States government bears no obligation to address the systemic inequities to which it has directly and deliberately contributed.At the very same time that America refused to give the Negro any land through an act of Congress our government was giving away millions of acres of land in the West and the Midwest, which meant it was willing to undergird its white peasants from Europe with an economic floor. But not only did they give them land, they built land grant colleges with government money to teach them how to farm. Not only that, they provided low interest rates in order that they could mechanize their farms. Not only that, today many of these people are receiving millions of dollars in federal subsidies not to farm, and they are the very people telling the black man that he ought to lift himself by his own bootstraps. And this is what we are faced with, and this is the reality.
So your issue isn't that qualifying Tennessee residents may luxuriate in a TANF benefit of $277 for a maximum of 60 months, but that, as a taxpayer, you're required to contribute to it?To answer your first question, because I think the other funding sources will create more black empowerment and a stronger sense of pride within the community.
And no, funding won’t end with the term limits. The term limits that I describe are related to the government funding, not the funding from the alternate sources.
I’ve been consistent on these points.
The typical response from people like RustyShackleford is that private funding wouldn’t work.
You see it. Tell my man DWalk.
I need not pause to say how very delighted I am to be here this morning, to have the opportunity of standing in this very great and significant pulpit. And I do want to express my deep personal appreciation to Dean Sayre and all of the cathedral clergy for extending the invitation.kinginstitute.stanford.edu
And yet, all too many act as though the United States government bears no obligation to address the systemic inequities to which it has directly and deliberately contributed.
So your issue isn't that qualifying Tennessee residents may luxuriate in a TANF benefit of $277 for a maximum of 60 months, but that, as a taxpayer, you're required to contribute to it?
And you, for reasons unknown, believe it would be more "empowering" if such assistance were not a human right or public entitlement, but entirely dependent on private largesse?
Is that accurate?
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