Wednesday, December 24, 2014

SAR #14358

Dear Santa: In terms of child poverty, the United States ranks 36th out of the 41 wealthiest nations. There are 2.5 million homeless children in the US, an all-time high. 65% of US children live in a home that receives aid from the federal government. 45% of US children belong to low income families. 45% of African-American children in the US live in “areas of concentrated poverty” (slums). The average American is 40% poorer today than before the recession, and 20% of US households will be able to eat Christmas dinner thanks to food stamps, about that many more courtesy of various food banks and charities
Enjoy yours.


mistah charley, ph.d. said...

thanks for this blog, and greetings of the season to you and your readers said...

Merry Christmas no matter when the bairn was born. The blueprints of peace were apparently buried with Him, only they never were resurrected.