I cut the cord long ago and have not missed it (well besides FOX News) a bit. And even my FOX News addiction is getting under control with new streaming news channels to give me my fill of news. I see a world where ROKU and other such streaming systems start to really take a … Continue reading The Long, Slow Death of Cable Just Reached a Tipping Point | The Fiscal Times
Published on July 18, 2011 by Robert Rector and Rachel Sheffield Backgrounder #2575 Abstract: For decades, the U.S. Census Bureau has reported that over 30 million Americans were living in “poverty,” but the bureau’s definition of poverty differs widely from that held by most Americans. In fact, other government surveys show that most of … Continue reading Air Conditioning, Cable TV, and an Xbox: What is Poverty in the United States Today?
Image via Wikipedia It has been about 2 years now that I have not had cable or dish TV. I cut the cable and dished the dish to save money. I thought it would be hard to get use to, but I was wrong, we never really missed it. The hard part was finding the … Continue reading I Cut the Cable and Dished the Dish
Image via Wikipedia It is often said that America is becoming more and more like Europe, less religious more secular. And more than not we accept this. All we have to do is look around us, listen to the news or watch TV. The American pop culture is non-religious, the news tells us we are … Continue reading Church and America
Image by Getty Images via @daylife I just wanted to share the link below concerning the American poor. Based on my travels to countries such as China, Brazil, India, I would have to agree with the commentary below. GOPUSA » Commentary » Sherline: Poverty Hype … Continue reading The Poverty Hype
Well I did it, this pass week I entered a new part of my life. One part I entered kicking and screaming the there I entered smiling. Last week marked a new era for me, one that I created, and one that, if I could do over again I would have hoped for a different … Continue reading Phoenix