Thursday, November 18, 2010

15% of American families, 17 Millions, struggle to put food on the table

According to a new USDA study, 85 percent of American households are considered "food secure," meaning that they don't need to regularly worry about putting meals on the dinner table. Unfortunately, that leaves fifteen percent—about 17 million families—who struggle to find enough money to pay for their food. This number of "insecure" households has tripled since 2006 and the number of citizens enrolled in government food programs is now at 25 percent of all Americans. The study, which attributes some of these disconcerting statistics to unemployment due to the lingering recession, was released as the "lame duck" session of Congress begins.

This is only get worse and the mighty Federal Reserve is imposing a invisible inflationary tax on all citizen with $100 billion is being printed every month.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Our Secret Past

How come I didn't learn about this in the history book? did you? May be we will witness a few in our lifetime....