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     Here’s a variation of our previous creation . Again , apologies to the late Ms Bourke-White . If you are unfamiliar with the name read here . Margaret Bourke-White was a “Life” magazine war correspondent as well as one of the most accomplished photographers of all time .

 

 

 

No Way But The Demo Way WM

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CDC: In Top 10 Abortion States, 60% Of Babies Killed Were Black And Hispanic

 

 

 

” In the top ten states that report their abortion statistics to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),  the numbers show that 60.48% of the babies killed in those states were black and Hispanic, a total of 201,744 abortions out of 333,560

  However, the data also show that in those areas blacks comprised an average 17.18% of the population and Hispanics, 11.56%. In other words, 60% of the abortions there came from a combined 28.74% of the population: black and Hispanic women.

  The CDC numbers come from the agency’s latest Abortion Surveillance report, published on Nov. 28, and covers the year 2011, the latest for which the abortion data are available. 

 

  As for the black and Hispanic abortions in those top ten states, the numbers show this:

1) NY: 42,629 blacks, 28,282 Hispanic – Total: 70,911

68.7% of abortions in that state

2) TX: 17,890 black, 27,216 Hispanic – Total: 45,106

63% of abortions in that state

3) GA: 14,550 black, 5,178 Hispanic – Total: 19,728

70.6% of abortions in that state

4) NJ: 8,753 black, 5,619 Hispanic – Total: 14,372

55.6% of abortions in that state

5) VA: 10,527 black, 2,606 Hispanic – Total: 13,133

54.8% of abortions in that state

6) OH: 9,047 black, 963 Hispanic – Total: 10,010

42.4% of abortions in that state

7) MI: 10,297 black, 800 Hispanic – Total: 11,097

51.6% of abortions in that state

8) TN: 7,792 black, 609 Hispanic – Total: 8,401

53.8% of abortions in that state

9) MN: 2,434 black, 674 Hispanic – Total: 3,108

29.4% of abortions in that state

10) AL: 5,549 black, 329 Hispanic – Total: 5,878

62.2% of abortions in that state

Total:  201,744 

 

Nationally, blacks make up 13.2% of the population, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, and Hispanics comprise 17.1% of the population. Combined, that’s 30.3% of the population. “

 

 

 

CNS News

Those Who Have Fared Worst Under This President Are The Ones Who Love Him The Most

 

 

 

 

 

 

” A paradox haunts America’s first black president. African-American wealth has fallen further under Barack Obama than under any president since the Depression. Yet they are the only group that still gives him high ratings. So meagre is Mr Obama’s national approval rating that embattled Democrats have made him unwelcome in states that twice swept him to power. Those who have fared worst under Mr Obama are the ones who love him the most. You would be hard-pressed to find a better example of perception-driven politics. As the Reverend Kevin Johnson asked in 2013: “Why are we so loyal to a president who isn’t loyal to us?”

  The problem has taken on new salience with the resignation of Eric Holder. America’s first black attorney-general has tried to correct the gulag-sized disparities in prison sentencing between blacks and whites. His exit leaves just two African-Americans in Mr Obama’s cabinet. Given the mood among Republicans, it is hard to imagine the US Senate confirming a successor to Mr Holder who shares his priorities.”

Financial Times

Who Goes To Prison Due To Gun Control?

 

 

” Somehow, left-liberals have associated the cause of gun rights with white racism, when if anything it is gun control that has a racist legacy. In the United States, early gun laws targeted recently freed blacks, and open carry first became banned in California under Governor Ronald Reagan to disarm groups like the Black Panthers. Today, blacks and Hispanics are disproportionately subjected to humiliating stop-and-frisk searches in the name of gun control.

Perhaps the most telling data concerns the racial makeup of who goes to prison for gun violations.According to the U.S. Sentencing Commission, for Fiscal Year 2011, 49.6% of those sentenced to federal incarceration with a primary offense of firearms violations were black, 20.6% were Hispanic, and only 27.5% were white.

This is how gun laws actually work—those caught violating them go to prison. For the mere act of owning an illegal weapon—not necessarily for using it, not for threatening anyone with it, not for being irresponsible with it—people who have harmed no one are locked up in prison for years at a time. As with the rest of the criminal justice system, particularly the war on drugs, these laws disproportionately harm the poor and minorities. That is the inescapable reality of gun control.

It makes sense that blacks and others living in the inner city would rely more on private, illegal guns for self-defense. The police are unreliable at best in many of these communities. It also makes sense that minorities would be disproportionately hurt by these laws, because so many of the dynamics in play are the same as with the drug war—people are being punished for what they own, rather than what they have done to others; “

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

” Thoughts on night three of the
Democratic convention”

  ” Barack Obama went into this convention essentially tied with Mitt Romney. Most voters want to think well of whoever is president but most voters dislike the current economy and disapprove of his economic policies. In these
circumstances I thought and think he needs a pivot, an indication of what new goals he would seek in a second term. We didn’t get that at this convention. Bill Clinton dramatically made the argument that no one–not even Bill Clinton–
could have done better. This will be credible to many voters, but probably not to some current
Undecideds. “

  Let’s play name that party . Who do you suppose I am quoting below ?

1) Mitt Romney
2) Ron Paul
3) New York Times
4) Black Panthers

  “Mr. Obama’s policies have not corrected the economic troubles of America, they have gotten worse,” Kweli wrote. “The debt continues to expand [into the trillions], and the administration’s handling of international relations has hardened dialogue with foreign nations. Mr. Obama’s policies have been especially harsh to us the Black community. He [Obama] bailed out Wall Street and the auto makers but kept us at the top of the unemployment ladder.”

Congratulations if you picked number 4 . You are our winner .

My how things have “changed” .

  What I would really like to know is why they limit their options to either the Left , who have just used them for generations , or revolution which is certain to end badly for us all , but worse for them ?
  I guess it must be that they could never think to vote for that “racist” party , the republicans . Everyone knows all about the republicans and the Klan , sorry that’s the dems .