Why do the poor rural populations choose Republican candidates, rather than Democrats, with a known track record to help the vulnerable and Middle Classes? Here’s a story from The New York Times that I thought you’d find interesting: Charlatans rise. Government falls. The less educated rural Communities vote Republican. Read More… I’m currently reading … More America Speaks TheVoiceOfJoyce Why does rural America vote Republican? Presidents with a negotiating Congress can make a difference!Periscope &Utube@11am
Dear followers : Tune in at 11am and let’s dig deeply into inequality, trade, and our poor health care delivery system and Obamacare! Assuming, we can change our world, what do you need to improve the quality of your life? Too many of us in the Middle and lower classes are not sharing the wealth … More Joyce:AmericaSpeaks Periscope@11am Health care debate and Why no social safety net!
Let’s resurrect The Middle Class! I’ve always known what will turn the Country back to prosperity I’m stuck on the ” how! How do we as a people, get behind the right solutions, the right political policies the right laws and get them passed. Is there a way to turn the economy around without … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: Happy April Fool’s Day! LOL !!!
Have you read the news lately? Obama has just released $10 Million to several States to create good paying jobs to enable food stamp recipients to get off ” the Public trough”. While that’s admirable, I wonder, why do we become conscious of the waste in this system and not look at the wasted money … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: A scrap for the Middle Class
It seems to be true, if you are Black or Hispanic, you have been brought up with a different set of rules. I have known friends and employees who were brought up to keep a low profile in Public. They told their children and grandchildren to walk and never run in Public, to be dressed … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: How do we resolve “OUR STATE OF INEQUALITY”?
1. 9/1/13 NY TIMES: Facing fire over challenge to Louisiana’s Oil industry.Panel’s lawsuit over wetlands stirs tensions. Studies of the State’s catastrophic loss of 2000 square miles of marsh lands , which had provided a buffer against hurricanes, show that oil and gas activity has come at a steep price. While the State reaps oil … More PUBLIC ADVOCACY: Always something to think about