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Story 1: The Stupid Republican Party Leadership About To Commit Political Suicide By Supporting Legal Status For 40 Million Plus Illegal Aliens — The Party Will Split and Their Base Will Stay Home On Election Day 4 November 2014 — Videos

Immigration Reform Bill May Offer Protections For Illegal Aliens Convicted Of Certain Crimes!

John Boehner’s Sad Excuses On Immigration Reform

Backing in G.O.P. for Legal Status for Immigrants

The House Republican leadership’s broad framework for overhauling the nation’s immigration laws will call this week for a path to legal status — but not citizenship — for many of the 11 million adult immigrants who are in the country illegally, according to aides who have seen the party’s statement of principles. For immigrants brought to the United States illegally as young children, the Republicans would offer a path to citizenship.

But even before the document is unveiled later, some of the party’s leading strategists and conservative voices are urging that the immigration push be abandoned, or delayed until next year, to avoid an internal party rupture before the midterm elections.

“It’s one of the few things that could actually disrupt what looks like a strong Republican year,” said William Kristol, editor of the conservative magazine The Weekly Standard, calling an immigration push “a recipe for disaster.”

At the same time, Republicans have seen their support from Latinos plummet precisely because of their stance on immigration, and the “statement of principles,” barely more than a page, is intended to try to reverse that trajectory.

The statement of principles criticizes the American higher education system for educating some of the world’s best and brightest students only to lose them to their home countries because they cannot obtain green cards; insists that Republicans demand that current immigration laws be enforced before illegal immigrants are granted legal status; and mentions that some kind of triggers must be included in an immigration overhaul to ensure that borders are secured first, said Republican officials who have seen the principles.

With concern already brewing among conservatives who call any form of legal status “amnesty,” the document has the feel more of an attempt to test the waters than a blueprint for action. House Republican leaders will circulate it at a three-day retreat for their members that begins Wednesday on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Several pro-immigration organizations that have been briefed on the guidelines say they are not intended to serve as a conservative starting point for future negotiations, but as a gauge of how far to the left House Republicans are willing to move.

The principles say that Republicans do not support a “special path to citizenship,” but make an exception for the “Dreamers,” the immigrants brought into the country illegally as children, quoting a 2013 speech by Representative Eric Cantor of Virginia, the House majority leader. “One of the great founding principles of our country was that children would not be punished for the mistakes of their parents,” Mr. Cantor said at the time. “It is time to provide an opportunity for legal residence and citizenship for those who were brought to this country as children and who know no other home.”

Even ardent proponents of an immigration-law overhaul are, at best, cautiously optimistic. In June, a broad immigration overhaul — with a 13-year path to citizenship for the 11 million immigrants now in the country illegally, and stricter border security provisions that would have to be in place before the immigrants could gain legal status — passed the Senate with bipartisan support. But that legislation has largely stalled in the Republican-controlled House, where Mr. Boehner has rejected any negotiations with the Senate over its comprehensive bill.

“This is obviously a long, hard road,” said Senator Charles E. Schumer of New York, the No. 3 Democrat, who helped negotiate the Senate bill, “but I think since August, the number on the other side vehemently opposed has stayed the same, the number who think it should go forward has grown, and numbers in the wide middle are less opposed than they used to be. But that doesn’t guarantee an outcome one way or another.”

Republican Party leaders, backed strongly by business groups, have said an overhaul is critical if they are to repair their political position with Latino and other immigrant voters.

Barry Jackson, Mr. Boehner’s former chief of staff, is consulting for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, which supports an overhaul that expands high-technology visas and guest worker programs.

But immigration is less of an issue during midterm elections, when immigrants are not as likely to vote and House members in safe districts are insulated somewhat from the wrath of more moderate swing voters. Often the biggest threats to Republicans are primary challenges from more conservative candidates who say that changing the immigration status of someone who is in the country illegally amounts to amnesty for a lawbreaker.

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Glenn Beck Reveals Story of GOP Coup of Freedoms Works — Time For The Independent Party — Videos

Posted on October 10, 2013. Filed under: American History, Banking, Blogroll, Books, Business, Communications, Computers, Constitution, Demographics, Economics, Employment, Federal Government, Federal Government Budget, Fiscal Policy, government, government spending, history, IRS, Language, Law, liberty, Life, Links, Macroeconomics, media, Microeconomics, Monetary Policy, Money, People, Philosophy, Photos, Politics, Rants, Raves, Regulations, Strategy, Talk Radio, Tax Policy, Taxes, Technology, Unemployment, Video, War, Wealth, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

 

My political philosophy has always been classical liberal or what is called in America libertarian.

I consider myself part of the conservative movement as well as the Tea Party movement.

Today to get elected libertarians must compete against the Democratic Party, the media and the Republican establishment. All three are controlled and lead by progressives or big government interventionist statists.

Stop wasting time trying to reform the Republican Party.

Forget about the progressive controlled Republican Party.

Time for another political party, call it the Independent Party!

 

 

Glenn Beck Reveals a Story He Hasn’t Been Able to Share for Over a Year – GOP ‘COUP’ STORY

Published on Oct 9, 2013

10/9/13 – Glenn Beck shared a story with viewers on Wednesday that he’s been keeping close to the vest since before the 2012 election, explaining that he’s been waiting for the right time to say what exactly happened, and what it means for the country. It all began, Beck said, in what he believes was late August when he was getting ready to do a number of events with FreedomWorks.

“It’s about 4:00 in the afternoon and I get a call from the president of FreedomWorks, Matt Kibbe, and I can hear the distress in his voice,” Beck said. “[Kibbe said], ‘Glenn, I’ve just been escorted out of my office by armed guards and told not to come back.'”

Kibbe added that he wasn’t the only one forcefully escorted out, and that they had been hijacked, so to speak, by the “old guard” GOP establishment.

“There was a coup during the election, and it was powerful,” Beck said. “They were trying to get rid of the libertarian, Tea Party-minded power players, and first and foremost on that hit list was Matt Kibbe and his allies. They didn’t like the fact that FreedomWorks was cleaning house in the GOP…that they were targeting people like Orrin Hatch. It didn’t sit well with the Karl Roves of the GOP world…” Beck said that shortly thereafter he got a call from the man inside FreedomWorks who had “ordered the hit,” who explained how the whole situation was “really good” because now he was the face of FreedomWorks and people trust him.

“His face never saw the light of day on my program,” Beck said. “I hung up the phone with him, the next day I called board members of FreedomWorks…and we said we support the libertarian voice, and if you allow this coup to sit, we’re done and we’ll expose it.” “It wasn’t even a week later the board took a vote and decided to reinstate Matt Kibbe as president,” Beck said. “Put in the half of the staff — all the libertarians that had been escorted out — reinstated all of them, and then escorted the leader of this coup and his cronies out the door for good.”

Beck spoke about the ramifications of the “coup” for the 2012 election, and said now is the right time to share the story because “the exact same thing — the same people really — are doing this now in the GOP.”

“Anyone in Congress or the Senate who associates with FreedomWorks, the Senate Conservatives Fund, the Tea Party, anybody, anybody is being targeted by the same class of establishment Republican progressives,” Beck said. “They do not like it when you organize. They do not like it when you choose the candidates that you actually want.”

Beck said it’s the same reason why lawmakers are not truly pursuing the IRS’ targeting of small government groups, because progressives on both sides “want that tool in place…to come after people like you.”

“This has never been about left and right,” Beck said. “This is about freedom, freedom, and tyranny.”

Beck has said multiple times that he has no desire to see a third party, and reminded how the Republican Party began.

“Before the GOP was in existence, it was a two party system — the Democrats and the Whigs,” Beck said, noting that many Whigs and a fair number of Democrats were frustrated that both parties were offering much of the same.

“Charles Sumner was one of the most hated people by the Whigs and the Democrats…so much that he was literally beaten within an inch of his life on the House floor because no one stepped in to stop it,” Beck continued. “Within four years, Sumner wasn’t the most hated anymore — he was the most beloved man in the Republican Party, and the Whigs were extinct. I’m telling you that’s what’s coming if we stand.” Beck said men like Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Rand Paul may be the “Charles Sumner” of today, and he has no doubt that someday soon they will be “the most beloved members of the new Republican Party…”

 

Milton Friedman: The Future of Freedom

Libertarianism | Murray N. Rothbard

Leonard Liggio on the Rise of the Modern American Libertarian Movement

 

Jon Stewart’s 19 Tough Questions for Libertarians!

There Will Be No Economic Recovery. Prepare Yourself Accordingly

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Ron Paul for Speaker of The House–Balance The Budget Now–Real Numbers, Real Cuts–Videos

Posted on December 27, 2012. Filed under: American History, Banking, Blogroll, College, Communications, Economics, Education, Energy, Federal Government, Federal Government Budget, Fiscal Policy, government, government spending, Health Care, history, History of Economic Thought, Investments, Language, Law, liberty, Life, Links, Macroeconomics, media, Monetary Policy, Money, Tax Policy | Tags: , , , , , , , , |

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Time for the Tea Party to put forward Ron Paul as Speaker of the House.

You do not need to be a sitting Congressman to be elected Speaker.

Paul would balance the budget by cutting spending by $1 trillion in fiscal year 2014 and not increase the debt ceiling or taxes.

The Republican Party would stand for something.

Sure beats John Boehner, read my lips, no new taxes. Really?

F*ck the Fiscal Cliff…

NO COMPROMISE on Fiscal Cliff!!!!

Ron Paul: “My Proposal is Cut $1 Trillion First Year & Balance Budget in 3”

Ron Paul: Bring the Troops Home & Balance the Budget

Ron Paul Plan to Balance Budget and End Government Overspending

Reality Check: Ron Paul’s Budget Plan

Ron Paul vs Paul Ryan’s Budget Cuts

Ron Paul: Zero Chance for Big Bargain on Fiscal Cliff.

 

Ron Paul: What if the People Wake Up?

Mark Levin: Get the Hell Off the Stage Boehner, You’re a SCREW UP!

MICHAEL SAVAGE – WE NEED A NATIONALIST PARTY NOW! – 12/26/12

 

Michael Savage: Is The Tea Party Relevant Anymore?

Michael Savage on Boehner, RNC “THROW EM’ OUT!” 8/28/2012

Defeat John Boehner

GOP, Boehner Loses Control Of The TeaParty Monster

Congressman Justin Amash Kicked Off The House Budget Committee By Speaker

Speaker of the House John Boehner Booed By Ron Paul Supporters Over Rule Change

1988: When Bush Said Read My Lips

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Background Articles and Videos

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U.S. Debt Clock

http://www.usdebtclock.org/

$16 Trillion U.S. DEBT – A Visual Perspective

What Are the Dangers of Too Much Debt?

Does Government Have a Revenue or Spending Problem?

Funding Government by the Minute

Will Higher Tax Rates Balance the Budget?

Will Taxing the Rich Fix the Deficit?

What Can We Cut to Balance the Budget

Does Stimulus Spending Work?

The table below summarizes the failed 10 year record of both political parties in controlling government spending that have produced massive fiscal-year deficits and an ever increasing national debt.

Summary of Tax Receipts and Spending Outlays of the

United States Government for Fiscal Years 2002-2012

[in million of dollars]

Fiscal Year Tax Receipts Spending Outlays Deficits (+) or Surplus (-)
2002 1,853,225 2,011,016 157,791
2003 1,782,108 2,159,246 377,139
2004 1,879,783 2,292,628 412,845
2005 2,153,350 2,472,095 318,746
2006 2,406,675 2,654,873 248,197
2007 2,567,672 2,729,199 161,527
2008 2,523,642 2,978,440 454,798
2009 2,104,358 3,520,082 1,415,724
2010 2,161,728 3,455,931 1,294,204
2011 2,302,495 3,601,109 1,298,614
2012 2,449,093 3,538,286 1,089,193
Source: Department of the Treasury, Final Monthly Treasury Statements of Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government for Fiscal Years 2002-2012, table 1.

Neither the Democratic Party led by President Obama, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi nor the Republican Party led by House Speaker Boehner, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, are capable of balancing the budget of the U.S. government.

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE STAR - TREASURY FINANCIAL DATABASE TABLE 1. SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS AND THE DEFICIT/SURPLUS BY MONTH OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT (IN MILLIONS) ACCOUNTING DATE: 11/12 PERIOD RECEIPTS OUTLAYS DEFICIT/SURPLUS (-) + ____________________________________________________________ _____________________ _____________________ _____________________ PRIOR YEAR OCTOBER 163,072 261,539 98,466 NOVEMBER 152,402 289,704 137,302 DECEMBER 239,963 325,930 85,967 JANUARY 234,319 261,726 27,407 FEBRUARY 103,413 335,090 231,677 MARCH 171,215 369,372 198,157 APRIL 318,807 259,690 -59,117 MAY 180,713 305,348 124,636 JUNE 260,177 319,919 59,741 JULY 184,585 254,190 69,604 AUGUST 178,860 369,393 190,533 SEPTEMBER 261,566 186,386 -75,180 YEAR-TO-DATE 2,449,093 3,538,286 1,089,193 CURRENT YEAR OCTOBER 184,316 304,311 119,995 NOVEMBER 161,730 333,841 172,112 YEAR-TO-DATE 346,045 638,152 292,107 - - - - - - - - 0REPORT ID: STM0P081 USER ID : DATE: 2012-12-10 TIME: 18.47.19 PAGE http://www.fms.treas.gov/mts/mts1112.txt

Ron Paul- Discussing The Fiscal Cliff- John Stossel Show

Woodward: Obama Would Own Recession From Going Over Fiscal Cliff

Peter Schiff: Fed Will Keep Printing Money Until Economy Collapses

Marc Farber: The problem with President Obama & Recession 2013!

CNBC Global Recession Is Coming – Marc Faber

Will Taxing the Rich Deepen the Recession? – The “Fiscal Cliff” is a Scam

Fiscal Cliff An Artificial Crisis

Show News: Hume Boehner has a weak hand in fiscal cliff talks

Peter Schiff: Ben Bernanke throws the dollar over the Currency Cliff

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ABC News/Yahoo/WMUR Republican Debate at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH (January 7th, 2012)–Videos

Posted on January 9, 2012. Filed under: American History, Blogroll, Business, College, Communications, Economics, Education, Fiscal Policy, Foreign Policy, government, government spending, history, Investments, Law, liberty, Life, Links, media, People, Philosophy, Politics, Rants, Raves, Security, Taxes, Unemployment, Video, War, Wealth, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

ABC News/Yahoo/WMUR Republican Debate at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH (January 7th, 2012) 

Pt. 1 GOP Republican Presidential Debate – Saint Anselm College, New Hampshire – January 7, 2012

Pt. 2 GOP Republican Presidential Debate – Saint Anselm College, New Hampshire – January 7, 2012 

Pt. 3 GOP Republican Presidential Debate – Saint Anselm College, New Hampshire – January 7, 2012 

Pt. 4 GOP Republican Presidential Debate – Saint Anselm College, New Hampshire – January 7, 2012 

Pt. 5 GOP Republican Presidential Debate – Saint Anselm College, New Hampshire – January 7, 2012 

Pt. 6 GOP Republican Presidential Debate – Saint Anselm College, New Hampshire – January 7, 2012 

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Fight For Control Of The Republican Party And The Presidency: Neoconservative Progressives vs Conservative Libertarian–Romney/Gingrich/Santorium/Perry Vs. Paul–Videos

Posted on January 4, 2012. Filed under: American History, Blogroll, Communications, Economics, Employment, Energy, Federal Government, Foreign Policy, government, government spending, history, Inflation, Language, Law, liberty, Life, Links, media, People, Philosophy, Politics, Raves, Security, Taxes, Video, War, Wealth, Wisdom | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

FOX News:Judge Napolitano Talks Ron Paul,Mitt Romney,Rick Santorum on Freedom Watch

Ron Paul on Freedom Watch w/ Judge Nepalitano (1-5-12)

SA@TAC – Taking the ‘Neo’ Out of ‘Conservative’

SA@TAC – The End of Right-Wing Progressivism?

SA@TAC – No Excuse: Mitt Romney’s Case for American Empire

SA@TAC – Newt Gingrich is Not a Conservative

SA@TAC – Compassionate Conservative Rick Santorum

Mitt Romney takes Iowa, Who will take New Hampshire? The Progressives!

SA@TAC – Daniel McCarthy on Neoconservatism

An interview with The American Conservative Editor Daniel McCarthy on the state of the American Right in 2010 and how the neoconservatives turned the GOP into the “War Party,” corrupting, devaluing and damaging conservatism for most of the decade prior.

SA@TAC – What’s a ‘Neoconservative?’

Libya and Syria: The Neocon Plan to Attack Seven Countries in Five Years

GBTV: Progressives in the Republican party

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 1

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 2

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 3

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 4

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 5

Glenn Beck on Progressivism Part 6

Making Sense of the Conservative Movement

What’s the Modern Definition of a Conservative?

Movie Magic Crippled Conservatives

The Bulwarks of the Conservative Movement

Progressives have taken over the Republican Party  as they did the Democratic Party.

Romney, Gingrich, Santorium and Perry are big government progressives that try to fool the American people into believing that they are conservatives that support limited government.

All four “talk” conservative while they “walk” progressive and expand the size and scope of Federal and state governments.

What is even worse is all four are also neoconservatives that want  the United States to police the world and empire or nation build abroad–spread progressivism over the entire world–with an interventionist aggressive foreign policy!

The neoconservatives want war with Iran and Syria.

Progressives want government intervention at home and abroad.

 Do not let the so-called “conservative” talk radio show hosts fool you that they favor one of the Republican progressive  candidates as their “conservative” choice.

None of the Republican progressive candidates are either conservative libertarians or conservative traditionalists, they are big government Republican neoconservative progressives.

The Republican progressives want to make the American people dependent upon war.

The Democratic progressives want to make the American people dependent upon welfare.

Both political parties are running budget deficits exceeding $1 trillion and will never run balanced budgets or pay off the national debt.

The American people pay the bills in taxes, inflation, damaged bodies and their lives.

Only the American people can stop Republican and Democratic progressives.

Keep in mind that most of the media are either Democratic or Republican progressives including many of the so-called “conservative” talk radio show hosts.

Many of these talk radio show hosts are neoconservative progressives that support Romney, Gingrich, Santorium and Perry.

 These talk radio show hosts fear that the American people are starting to wake up to the fact that all four Repubican presidential candidates that they support and praise are neoconservative progressives.

 This includes Bennett, Beck, Limbaugh, Hannity, Hewitt, Levin, Medved and Ingraham.

The American people are reading and discovering that Republican candidates are big government neoconservative progressives and not conservative libertarians or conservative traditionalist.

Do not be fooled by either the Republican neoconservative progressive candidates nor your favorite talk radio show hosts.

I have been in the conservative movement since Barry Goldwater ran for President in 1964.

I am a classical liberal or what in America is called a libertarian.

I identify my political philosophy as classical liberal or traditional libertarian or simply conservative.

SA@TAC – The Great Neo-Con: Libertarianism Isn’t ‘Conservative’

I have read and reread the works of Smith, Burke, Bastiat, Say, Menger, Mises, Hayek, Friedman, Sowell, Rand, Rothbard, Nock, Nash, Kirk and many others.

For many years I voted the lesser of two evil progressives by voting for Republican candidates that I knew were neither libertarians nor traditional conservatives.

Only one President, Ronald Reagan, was a conservative libertarian, but he was a disappointment for he failed to reduce the size and scope of the Federal government.

I am no longer a Republican, but an independent.

Life is too short and I have wised up.

I will no longer vote for the lesser of two evils for the simple reason it is still evil.

The only Republican presidential candidate that is clearly not a progressive but a classical liberal or traditional libertarian is Ron Paul.

The only Republican presidential candidate that wants to decrease the size and scope of the Federal government, balance the Federal budget, bring the troops home and  eliminate the progressive income tax, IRS, Federal Reserve System, and many government departments, agencies and programs is Ron Paul.

The only way to stop the progressives of both political parties is to vote for candidates that truly believe in the Constitution and limited government.

This will take decades to accomplish and another political party with the financial backing of the American people.

Progressives control both political parties, media, professions, colleges, unions, and most large businesses.

It will not be easy, but it can be done over time.

Do not be fooled by the neoconservatives who are actually right-wing progressives who left the Democratic Party.

Now and in the future I will not support or vote for any Republican or Democratic candidate for any public office that is a progressive or neoconservative.

As they say in Texas, fool me once shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.

Republican  Neoconservative Progressive Candidates

Party Establishment Choice: Mitt Romney

Rush Limbaugh Admits Mitt Romney is a GOP Disaster if nominated

John McCain endorses Mitt Romney for President

Mitt Romney gets Endorsement from George H.W. Bush (12-22-11) 

The story of two men trapped in one body

Mitt Romney: I’m Progressive

Mitt Romney: “R” Does Not Stand for Republican   

The Real Romney? 

Mitt Romney on the Contract with America 

See Mitt Romney Promote an Individual Mandate

Romney anti-Gingrich ad “Baggage” 

Smiling (Restore Our Future) 

Newt Gingrich Vs Mitt Romney 2012 Ad

  

SA@TAC – No Excuse: Mitt Romney’s Case for American Empire 

Party Base Choice: Newt Gingrich

Newt Gingrich on abortion in 1991: “Relax and accept it” 

Newt Gingrich: We should respect pro-abortion Republicans 

Newt Gingrich: There’s plenty of room for pro-abortion Republicans

Newt Gingrich Admits He’s a Progressive in the Theodore Roosevelt Tradition

Newt Gingrich is a Progressive Rockefeller Republican

Newt Gingrich: I’m a Wilsonian   

Newt Gingrich: I supported Rockefeller over Goldwater 

Newt Gingrich FDR was Greatest President of the 20th Century

Newt Gingrich: Progressives took over both parties

Sean Hannity endorses Newt Gingrich

The REAL Newt Gingrich 

SA@TAC – Newt Gingrich is Not a Conservative

Newt Gingrich is Toast

Neoconservative Religious Right Choice: Rick Santorium

SA@TAC – Who’s a Republican? 

SA@TAC – Compassionate Conservative Rick Santorum

Santorum: pursuit of happiness harms America

Rick Santorum says he’s “proud” of his earmarks 

Rick Santorum – Unelectable

Senator Rick Santoum A Big Washington Insider & Spender

Senator Rick Santorum Admits Voting for Ear Marks and The Bridge To Nowhere 

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“Blessed are the Peacemakers:” Ron Paul’s Christian Foreign Policy 

Congressman Ron Paul, MD – We’ve Been NeoConned

Ron Paul on Just War, War Breaking Families 

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Ron Paul  – “The one who can beat Obama”

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The Party of Food Stamps–Government Dependency Party (GDP) vs. The Party of Paychecks–Grand Old Party (GOP)–Record 41,836,330 Americans On Food Stamps!

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The Party of Paychecks vs. The Party of Food Stamps

 

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SUPPLEMENTAL NUTRITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM:  NUMBER OF PERSONS PARTICIPATING
( Data as of October 4, 2010 )
        Percent Change
State /  July June July July 2010 vs
Territory 2009 2010 2010 Jun 2010 Jul 2009
    Preliminary Initial    
Alabama 725,619 816,400 826,277 1.2% 13.9%
Alaska 69,940 81,102 81,606 0.6% 16.7%
Arizona 894,269 1,037,367 1,044,940 0.7% 16.8%
Arkansas 431,667 471,211 475,025 0.8% 10.0%
California 2,849,133 3,323,895 3,376,982 1.6% 18.5%
Colorado 349,614 417,989 419,737 0.4% 20.1%
Connecticut 273,545 348,636 353,104 1.3% 29.1%
Delaware 98,346 117,026 118,883 1.6% 20.9%
District of Columbia 107,176 121,340 124,281 2.4% 16.0%
Florida 2,160,887 2,681,377 2,749,224 2.5% 27.2%
Georgia 1,387,721 1,635,928 1,657,782 1.3% 19.5%
Guam 33,682 37,432 37,833 1.1% 12.3%
Hawaii 122,704 141,293 144,006 1.9% 17.4%
Idaho 148,745 204,204 208,458 2.1% 40.1%
Illinois 1,527,269 1,654,898 1,674,410 1.2% 9.6%
Indiana 732,197 823,818 839,080 1.9% 14.6%
Iowa 308,192 346,551 349,609 0.9% 13.4%
Kansas 235,367 276,349 282,968 2.4% 20.2%
Kentucky 727,117 787,147 794,818 1.0% 9.3%
Louisiana 760,022 833,950 851,744 2.1% 12.1%
Maine 211,780 235,455 236,262 0.3% 11.6%
Maryland 491,262 580,252 588,726 1.5% 19.8%
Massachusetts 674,552 762,323 771,886 1.3% 14.4%
Michigan 1,566,574 1,822,418 1,844,919 1.2% 17.8%
Minnesota 375,884 443,834 447,630 0.9% 19.1%
Mississippi 534,567 578,040 586,090 1.4% 9.6%
Missouri 837,476 909,139 918,839 1.1% 9.7%
Montana 100,552 117,291 118,174 0.8% 17.5%
Nebraska 142,260 165,345 167,568 1.3% 17.8%
Nevada 228,524 290,842 299,168 2.9% 30.9%
New Hampshire 86,859 108,682 109,159 0.4% 25.7%
New Jersey 525,204 647,262 669,770 3.5% 27.5%
New Mexico 314,998 370,334 378,805 2.3% 20.3%
New York 2,478,604 2,824,845 2,860,394 1.3% 15.4%
North Carolina 1,209,776 1,356,607 1,393,165 2.7% 15.2%
North Dakota 56,025 60,774 60,822 0.1% 8.6%
Ohio 1,456,145 1,646,418 1,652,927 0.4% 13.5%
Oklahoma 511,000 590,924 601,111 1.7% 17.6%
Oregon 631,937 719,445 725,098 0.8% 14.7%
Pennsylvania 1,389,375 1,592,282 1,625,400 2.1% 17.0%
Rhode Island 112,721 145,361 146,338 0.7% 29.8%
South Carolina 724,610 810,620 818,691 1.0% 13.0%
South Dakota 81,120 97,918 99,001 1.1% 22.0%
Tennessee 1,138,392 1,249,367 1,251,862 0.2% 10.0%
Texas 2,991,828 3,721,663 3,760,275 1.0% 25.7%
Utah 205,249 268,573 262,628 -2.2% 28.0%
Vermont 78,984 86,286 86,244 0.0% 9.2%
Virginia 699,986 802,376 811,169 1.1% 15.9%
Virgin Islands 17,880 20,653 21,088 2.1% 17.9%
Washington 835,216 979,660 988,703 0.9% 18.4%
West Virginia 318,290 341,647 340,840 -0.2% 7.1%
Wisconsin 602,732 735,334 747,492 1.7% 24.0%
Wyoming 29,365 35,574 35,319 -0.7% 20.3%
     TOTAL 35,602,939 41,275,457 41,836,330 1.4% 17.5%
The following areas receive Nutrition Assistance Grants which provide benefits analogous to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program:  Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the Northern Marianas. 
June and July 2010 data are preliminary and are subject to significant revision.

 

Food Stamp Recipients at Record 41.8 Million Americans in July, U.S. Says

By Alan Bjerga – // Oct 5, 2010

“…The number of Americans receiving food stamps rose to a record 41.8 million in July as the jobless rate hovered near a 27-year high, the government said.

Recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program subsidies for food purchases jumped 18 percent from a year earlier and increased 1.4 percent from June, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said today in a statement on its website. Participation has set records for 20 straight months.

Unemployment in September may have reached 9.7 percent, according to a Bloomberg News survey of analysts in advance of the release of last month’s rate on Oct. 8. Unemployment was 9.6 percent in July, near levels last seen in 1983.

An average of 43.3 million people, more than an eighth of the population, will get food stamps each month in the year that began Oct. 1, according to White House estimates. …”

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-10-05/food-stamp-recipients-at-record-41-8-million-americans-in-july-u-s-says.html

Nancy Pelosi accuses Newt Gingrich of waging class warfare

“…House Speaker Nancy Pelosi struck back Wednesday at Newt Gingrich over comments the former GOP leader made urging Republican candidates to make next month’s election a fight “between the Democratic Party of food stamps and the Republican Party of paychecks.”

In an appearance in her hometown of San Francisco, Pelosi said Gingrich and the Republicans are trying to use class warfare in order to gain electoral advantage.

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“There is some subliminal message that is being sent out there about us and them, meaning people who need food stamps and the rest of the country, which I think is an unfortunate course to go down,” Pelosi said.

“It is the biggest bang for the buck when you do food stamps and unemployment insurance — the biggest bang for the buck,” she added.

On Tuesday, Gingrich — the former House speaker and mastermind behind the GOP’s 1994 Contract With America — penned a letter attacking Democrats and their handling of the economy and giving generic advice on how Republicans in 2010 can repeat their success from more than 15 years ago.

“It is an unassailable fact that in June, more food stamps were distributed by the government than ever before in American history. (It turns out that Barack Obama’s idea of spreading the wealth around was spreading more food stamps around.),” Gingrich wrote. “Most Americans would like to get a paycheck. Most Americans would not like to be forced to have food stamps handed out by liberal Democrats.”

Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1010/43264.html#ixzz11hxvpIRq

 

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