One in Five families not working as Congress pushes immigration “Reform”
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The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that “of the nation’s 80.4 million families, 80.0 percent had at least one employed member in 2013.” This means that 20% of American families were unemployed in 2013. Meanwhile, members of both parties in Congress are burning the midnight oil trying to find a way to offer citizenship to tens of millions of illegal aliens.
“Is it just me, or is there is something wrong with this picture?”, asks Texas executive and 2016 American Citizen Party presidential candidate Bob McNeil.
In March of this year, a joint report of the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Census Bureau showed that there are 60 million more Americans on welfare than there are American taxpayers in the workforce.
The Heritage Foundation Index of Dependence on Government documents a one-sixth increase in welfare recipients since 2009 and SNAP, the Food Stamp program, reports that an unprecedented 23 million American households (along with a record number of individuals) are receiving food welfare. Continue Reading →