Fairer look shows many cities share Buffalo’s problem
Oh I got it. He should have used "cities" rather than "metropolitan areas" like the census does.
This would have made the report 'fairer'.
In addition we should talk about the "common fate" that Buffalo shares with "other cities".
Why is it that few people will bring forth the COMMON FATE that is no doubt present among these cites?: THE COMMONALITY of the PROGRESSIVE DOMINATED GOVERNMENTS and ECONOMIC POLICIES?
It is clear to me that folks would rather talk about the failures of the "National Republicans" rather than keying in on the more up close and personal failures that are happening locally. The base of the pyramid is "wide and expansive" as compared to that which occurs at the top of the pyramid to influence the results below.
What we have is in effect a large segment of the population that has been "priced out" of the job market by policies that are said to be helping them.
Next we have the following stories:
New Jersey: 77 arrested in county gang sweep
Upper Darby PA: 'Urban street terrorists' target several Dunkin' Donuts
Jacksonville: Bill touts hiring ex-offenders to cut crime rate
The bill before City Council asks companies with big city contracts to join the plan, and file reports.
(Please note - I got all of these "urban crime reports" from Black Electorate.com. When I feature "Black crime" some ask "why do you hate Black people as you focus so much on the criminal element". Please - by all means - ask this of Black Electorate as well)
Were are the "Proactive Progressives"? Why don't they maintain a minimum wage upon the CONSUMERS OF LABOR and then be PREEMPTIVE - cutting the budget for the Department of Corrections and funneling this money instead to a MATCHING FUND by which the effective pay rate of the would be inmate who is now working can be doubled or tripled. This avoids playing "societal mandates" upon the small business man as he is told that the WORTH of the labor that he is purchasing is greater than what he see it per his business process.
Where are the communities and states who will take such a gamble - as they place confidence that the "criminal element", once employed will no longer have the recidivism rate as is claimed.
When will the burden be shifted to the INDIVIDUAL - after having been provided OPPORTUNITY - to have him LIVE UP TO HIS 'social responsibilities" rather than always making this a "civil rights" case where the gratis must flow from the state to the individual? This is the type of "change" that I'd like to see.