"White Terrorists Killed More Americans This Week Than Refugees Have in 40 Years." That's true a lot of weeks.
"The tank debate between the Army and Congress goes back to 2012 when Odierno testified that the Army doesn't need more tanks. Odierno lost then too. Congress voted for another $183 million for tanks." But tell me again how the GOP believes in fiscal conservatism.
"I could give him a 30-minute lunch detention [...] But do you really think that's going to remedy what his issues are? ... He walked miles to get here. Why?" Schools in New Orleans trying to practice trauma-informed discipline.
"Sources suggest that authorities were informed of the danger posed by Abedi on at least five separate occasions in the five years prior to the attack on Monday night." His friends, his family, and his local mosque all tried to warn the police, but nothing was done. Keep that in mind next time you hear someone asking why the Muslim community isn't doing its part.
"Sure, there's money going in: around $161bn a year in the form of loans, remittances (those working outside Africa and sending money back home), and aid. But there's also $203bn leaving the continent. Some of this is direct, such as $68bn in mainly dodged taxes. [...] Then there's the $30bn that these corporations "repatriate" - profits they make in Africa but send back to their home country, or elsewhere, to enjoy their wealth. [...] Today's report estimates that $29bn a year is being stolen from Africa in illegal logging, fishing and trade in wildlife..."
"60 percent of those who benefit from the home-mortgage interest deduction didn’t think they had ever used a government social program. Fifty-three percent of those with student loans didn’t think they had used one. Among Social Security beneficiaries, 44 percent thought themselves unsullied by the touch of government, and among Medicare beneficiaries, 39 percent said the same. Twenty-seven percent of those in public housing answered in the negative, as did 25 percent of those on food stamps."