Obama Causes Welfare Chaos In Detroit Thousands of people turned out in Detroit today and yesterday to receive "free" taxpayer money for nothing. Fights and chaos were reported by the local media. Swarms of people turn out for free money
Free Cars for Welfare Recipients... The Governor of Massachusetts, Daval Patrick is giving free cars to welfare recipients. It's bad enough the taxpayer is getting up at 6 o'clock in the freaking morning taking 3 buses and 2 trains to work in order to pay for these peoples food, electricity, internet, etc. NOW, he's going to be paying for them to drive around all day in a new Lexus blasting Ludacris from the freaking radio!!!! It's time to move to Massachusetts and get on the dole...
SA@TAC - Welfare is a Distraction South Carolina Lt. Gov Andre Bauer's controversial comments describing welfare recipients as "stray animals" who "breed" weren't necessarily wrong--but his Republican brand is.
Agricultural Subsidies: Corporate Welfare for Farmers "The government is bailing out the banks...but who's going to bail out the government?" asks Texas cotton farmer Ken Gallaway, a vocal critic of agricultural subsidies that cost US taxpayers and consumers billions of dollars a year in direct payments and higher prices for farm goods. Agricultural subsidies were put in place in the 1930s during the Great Depression, when 25 percent of Americans lived on farms. At the time, Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace called them "a temporary solution to deal with an emergency." Those programs are still in place today, even though less than 1 percent of Americans currently live on farms that are larger, more efficient, and more productive than ever before. Consider these facts. Ninety percent of all subsidies go to just five crops: corn, rice, cotton, wheat, and soybeans. Two thirds of all farm products—including perishable fruits and vegetables—receive almost no subsidies. And just 10 percent of recipients receive 75 percent of all subsidies. A program intended to be a temporary solution has become one of our governments most glaring examples of corporate welfare. US taxpayers arent the only ones who pay the price. Cotton subsidies, for example, encourage overproduction which lowers the world price of cotton. Thats great for people who buy cotton, but its disastrous for already impoverished cotton farmers in places such as West Africa. US farm programs cost taxpayers billions each year, significantly raise the price of ...
Strayed: The Story of How the Animal Welfare Community Lost its Way The story of how the animal welfare community lost its way, and how some people are working to bring it back home.
The Welfare Poets: Sak Pasé Sak Pasé From its monumental revolution and establishment as the first free Black nation in the Western Hemisphere, to its current crisis, Sak Pasé is a cry for liberty and freedom for a nation that has contributed so much to the world; Haiti. The song is played in Cuban Cha Cha Cha with a touch of Hip Hop, with usage of Haitian Creole. Some terms used are Sak Pasé, Nap Bulé, Liberté a Ayiti translated to What's up/Burning or I'm hot/Emancipate Haiti, respectively. Also mentioned is Bwa Kayman, the spiritual site in Haiti where Vodou Priest, Boukman held the ceremony that started the revolution in the 1790's, which is still inspiring ideas of freedom and revolution in the minds of millions around the world.
RORY MCLEOD Farewell Welfare RORY MCLEOD Farewell Welfare From Alter Image Produced by Jane Thorburn 1987 TO WATCH THIS VIDEO IN HIGHER QUALITY ADD THIS CODE TO END OF THE URL &fmt=18
Fireman vs Welfare Abuser Real life medical calls
The Medic and The Welfare Abuser Our friendly fire medic is called to a very expensive house to deal with a system abuser.
Thomas Sowell - Welfare Thomas Sowell debates the dynamics of welfare with Pennsylvania Secretary of Welfare, Helen O'Banion (1980)
Welfare Queens! Why should the government give money to the poor when multinational corporations need it so badly?! Watch a higher quality version and see more propaganda at
Ron Paul: Reject the Welfare-Warfare State! Sign the Ron Paul 2012 Petition at www.RonPaul2012.net Please like, share, subscribe & comment! http 02/28/2011 Reject the Welfare-Warfare State! by Ron Paul During the past few weeks, Congress has been locked in a battle to pass a continuing resolution to fund government operations through September. Both supporters and opponents of the bill - HR1 - claim it is a serious attempt to reduce federal spending. However, an examination of the details of the bill call that claim into question. For one thing, the off-sided assertion that HR1 reduces spending by $99 billion is misleading. The $99 billion figure merely represents the amount that HR1 reduces spending from the president's proposed Fiscal Year 2011 Budget, not reductions in actual spending. Trying to claim credit for reduction in spending based on cuts in proposed spending is claiming that someone is following a diet because he had only 5 slices of pizza when he intended to have 10 slices. In fact, HR1 only reduces real federal spending by $66 billion compared to last year's budget. This may seem like a lot to the average American, but in the context of an overwhelming trillion dollar budget and a national debt that could exceed 100% of the GDP in September, it is barely a drop in a bucket. One reason that HR1 does not cut spending enough is that too many fiscal conservatives continue to embrace the fallacy that we can balance the budget without reducing spending on militarism. Until Congress realizes the folly of ...
Ron Paul Discusses Immigration, the Welfare/Warfare State & More with Motorhome Diaries Ron Paul (R-TX) is one of the key catalysts for the freedom movement, which was why we at were so excited to have the chance to sit down with him in his home district. In this video we discuss resources available to those new to the ideas of liberty, immigration, free markets, the welfare state and bailouts.
How John LaBruzzo Wants To End Welfare Abuse How can we get more people who rely on government to have fewer children who rely on government? This was the question John LaBruzzo, Republican State Representative from Louisiana, posed in public media to provoke a debate around the function of welfare in a healthy society. Eventually LaBruzzo was removed from his position as Vice Chairman of the House Health and Welfare Committee. Why was John LaBruzzo deemed so dangerous that he had to be removed? The answer is that he dared to express an inconvenient truth. Louisiana has one of the most widespread state welfare programs in the United States, and not coincidentally, one of the highest rates of ***age pregnancy; 20% higher than average. Statistics paint a bleak picture of welfare abusers with drug problems spanning generations. Louisiana is lagging behind the national average in terms of school dropouts, *** pregnancy, children in poverty without health insurance (nearly 10%), and lack of proficiency in reading and math. Like every person defending an offensive truth in our society, LaBruzzo soon came to face the anger of the mob. What motivated him to declare what some consider a radical plan of eugenics was the parasitism seen after Hurricane Katrina: "After this recent storm, we had some issues where these people were going into shelters and taking their cigarettes and welfare but didn't have diapers or insulin for diabetic[s]they felt they were entitled to say, 'Give me, give me.' [They] didn't ...
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US citizens continue to live in welfare quagmire Living off welfare isnt easy, but some Americans would still rather rely on their government to provide them with homes and money. RT visited a community that puts food stamps and social aid ahead of finding a job.
Good Intentions 3of3 The Welfare System and Conclusions with Walter Williams Walter Williams' PBS documentary Good Intentions based on his book, The State Against Blacks (1982). The documentary was very controversial at the time it was released and led to many animosities and even threats of murder. In Good Intentions, Dr. Williams examines the failure of the war on poverty and the devastating effect of well meaning government policies on blacks asserting that the state harms people in the US more than it helps them. He shows how government anti-poverty programs have often locked people into poverty making the points that: - being forced to attend 3rd rate public schools leave students unprepared for working life - minimum wages prevent young people from obtaining jobs at an early age - licensing and labor laws have had the effect of restricting entrance of blacks into the skilled trades and unions - the welfare system creates perverse incentives for the poor to make bad choices they otherwise would not Dr. Williams presents the following solutions to these problems: Failing Public Schools - Give parents greater control over their children's education by setting up a tuition tax credit or voucher system to broaden competition in turn revitalizing both public and non-public schools Minimum Wages - Remove the minimum wage from youngsters to give more young people the chance to learn the world of work at an early age instead spending their free time idle an possibly falling into the habits of the street Restrictive Labor Laws, Jobs Programs ...
KI Double D - Be On Welfare Sistas and Brothas, Ladies 'n' Gents! HAVE A BABY BY ME BABY, BE ON WELFARE is the latest and greatest by KI Double D, .
Joe the Plumber " I once was on welfare, my parents twice!" Joe the Plumber " I once was on welfare, My parents twice!". My question to Joe is " Where do you think welfare money comes from?", if taxpayers money helped you climb the social ladder, once you are pretty high up there shouldnt you return the favor, Selfish Joe.
Welfare Can And Must Be Reformed If America does not get welfare reform under control, it will bankrupt America. But the Heritage Foundation's Robert Rector has a five-step plan to reform welfare while protecting our most vulnerable.
Does Welfare 'Ruin' Ambition? - James Bartholomew Complete video at: fora.tv Author James Bartholomew argues that welfare benefits actually increase government handouts by 'ruining' ambition. He compares welfare to a humane mousetrap. ----- In the controversial book The Welfare State We're In, James Bartholomew argues that the welfare state in Britain has resulted in a generation of badly educated and dependent citizens, leading to lives of deprivation for thousands and undermining the original intent behind its creation in the 1940s. Has the welfare state really led to more harm than good? What does this imply for the ever-expanding welfare state in the United States? - Cato Institute James Bartholomew trained as a banker in the City of London before moving into journalism with the Financial Times and the Far Eastern Economic Review, for whom he worked in Hong Kong and Tokyo. Returning to England on the Trans-Siberian Railway through communist China and the Soviet Union an experience which influenced his political outlook he subsequently became a leader writer on The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail.
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Post-WW2 Development of British Welfare State This video shows early discussion of the development of the British welfare statement after World War II including the National Health Service. William Beveridge - whose report/plan for social insurance was very influential - is interviewed. His name is now used by economists for the "Beveridge Curve," the relationship between the unemployment rate and the vacancy rate. However, Beveridge did not invent this curve; his name is affixed to it because he equated "full employment" (a goal of the welfare state) with a situation where the number of vacancies = number of unemployed.
Infrastructure Welfare Hon. James David Manning, PhD speaks about Fareed Zakaria's "Are America's Best Days Behind Us?" Time Magazine article. Recorded on 4 March 2011. Go to and http for more information.
Free Lunch, Corp Welfare, Bill Moyers and David Cay Johnston A discussion of tax subsidies to large corporations and high income individuals, including "big box" stores and wealthy members of the federal government, at the expense of small businesses and taxpayers. See ioUSAthemovie, visit the YouTube site Feasabilty and desirability of Electric cars, Pluggable hybrids and Biodiesel American Doctor Saves Millions of Lives Around the World bis-Phenol A,Food Containers, Effects on humans, Gov't Regs Impeachment, the Constitution, and the President, Pt 1 Desmond Tutu Discusses Apartheid, Perpatrators, Forgiveness Health care reform, a look at successful systems of Taiwan and Switzerland, probably acceptable to US, and similar to some existing US models. Farm Subsidies: Welfare To The Wealthy, Costs You Billions Fall of Rome vs Failure of American Politics and Economy Benjamin Barber and Bill Moyers, who state, "we are privatizing profit and socializing risk," by making government and taxpayers cover the losses of wealthy investors and big corporations. John McCain on earmarks John C. Bogel and Bill Moyers, Capitalism and Democracy Pt 1 and 2 "Where Does the Money Go?" National Debt, Bill Moyers Susan Jacoby and Bill Moyers discuss American Unreason Visit the PBS ...
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Cheech and Chong at the Welfare Office (Complete Clip) This is a clip from Cheech & Chong's Next Movie. Chong is in the waiting room, while Cheech is getting some action in the back. The famous Michael Winslow is the one making all the special sound effects.
Power of the Market - Welfare Milton Friedman explains the dynamics of welfare (8 of 30)
AFP's "Common Sense": Around the World on $69 Million in Welfare Funds Americans for Prosperity - Common Sense with David Spady
Guy Drake - Welfare Cadillac Guy Drake from the Porter Wagoner show.
Welfare Rises; Insiders Exit Stock Market; US Home Prices Drop 6.8% BlogTV Thursday 7 pm PT Insiders Exit Shares at the Fastest Pace in Two Year Welfare rolls up after years of decline Obama to push healthcare, energy reform Daily Presidential Tracking Poll US Home Prices Drop 6.8 Percent in April as Foreclosures Rise Drug Makers Agree to Offer Medicare ***
Corporate profits vs. worker welfare The collapsing job market, declining wages, loss of benefits and skyrocketing cost of education here in the US has not gone un-noticed. Many see it as part of a global rebellion. And even though the movement has reached the streets of Washington DC, in the form of a Nurses Strike, many wonder if these strong words and stunning pictures will ever amount to more than just that.
Welfare Vacations... people in california are using their WELFARE MONEY to go on vacation... DWB facebook fan page:
Why Work? Welfare addiction in handout hungry UK Nearly one in eight British households has no-one in work, the highest of all major EU countries. Part of the blame is placed on a welfare system that means the unemployed are often better off on state benefits. But, as Laura Emmett reports, the issue now is the jobs aren't there whether people want them or not.
Republican Welfare Queens - MSNBC Cenk Attack Cenk Uygur (host of The Young Turks) on his weekly Daily Rant segment on the Dylan Ratigan show on MSNBC calls out GOP hypocrisy on government programs.
This Is Welfare (Paradise) - The Dutch Music lyrics: Medicine midgets, architects of collapsing bridges Science masters, every trick in the book your disasters Standard errors of, beastly terrors to thorough masterminds You can't make an omelet without breaking some eggs Poisoned infants out on radioactive playgrounds Pay the debts to our steady progress and undeniable wealth refrein: This is welfare (This is welfare) (3x) This is welfare, paradise German test case, how do they always find the best ways? Ask the mayor, a former *** himself how many Adolfs were born before and after the second World War refrein This is welfare This is welfare Oho, what a wonderful world There is room for each one In this formula Armageddon Is this welfare? refrein
The Welfare Poets: Warn Them (single and album available on Itunes and CDbaby) Title track from the "Warn Them" album, the latest release from The Welfare Poets. Check /thewelfarepoets To purchase Warn Them for downloads and physical CD: Also available on Itunes & CD Baby
Michael Savage- Stupidest Caller Ever- Welfare Money From Obama Stash, Illegal Aliens; Open Borders!
Joe the Plumber was on Welfare But he thinks Obama hates America because he wants to take away his money. Or something like that. He really doesn't make any sense at all
Drug testing for welfare recipients. Lawmakers in at least eight states want recipients of food stamps, unemployment benefits or welfare to submit to random drug testing. Here are the eight states: Arizona Florida Hawaii Kansas Minnesota Missouri Oklahoma West Virginia