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Fight The Bias - Newsletter Issue #11

03/10/2001

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LITTLE-KNOWN FACTS ABOUT THE "WELFARE-TO-WORK" INITIATIVE
TEDíS AT IT AGAIN. GOOD THING HEíS A LIBERAL
BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU LET YOUR KIDS RUN NAKED




LITTLE-KNOWN FACTS ABOUT THE "WELFARE-TO-WORK" INITIATIVE 

Remember Bill Clinton's "welfare-to-work" initiative? Well, the Bush administration is considering nixing a little-known program Clinton started. The program's goal was to shift thousands of welfare recipients off of the public dole and onto the federal payroll.

In 1997, Clinton ordered federal agencies to recruit welfare recipients. He set an initial target of 10,638 hires. But since then, the
program has resulted in the hiring of 50,417 welfare recipients, according to the Office of Personnel Management. Many of the government's welfare hires get around $25,000 a year, not including health benefits. They also get transportation subsidies, child-care subsidies, and scholarships.

The Clinton administration also pushed government contractors into hiring welfare recipients in exchange for brownie points in future government contract negotiations.

All with YOUR money. It's welfare...with another name plastered on it. Bill Clinton encouraged discrimination against married couples and responsible single women who didn't have five kids with five different fathers. Federal welfare programs pay around $6,000 a year. The promise of a better-paying government job will actually attract MORE people to welfare!

Bill Clinton's welfare-to-work initiative was nothing but an expensive, discriminatory public-relations scheme...perpetrated with your hard-earned tax money.

If George W. Bush has one bit of sense in him, he'll drop this program like a bad habit.

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=21983






TEDíS AT IT AGAIN. GOOD THING HEíS A LIBERAL.

.. or he would never get away with this crap.

It seems that Ted Turner blasted (challenged? Accosted? Harassed?) some of his employees last week on Ash Wednesday. They came to work with an ash smudge on their foreheads. According to Fox News Channel Turner looked at these people and said "What are you people, a bunch of Jesus freaks? Maybe you all should go to work for Fox. 

Tedís a left-winger. He has said that he thinks socialism is a rather grand plan. Now he makes fun of religion. But .. thatís OK. Heís a liberal as long as heís slamming Christians heíll get away with it. 








BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU LET YOUR KIDS RUN NAKED

We take you now to rural Kings Mountain, North Carolina, where in September 1999, the two-year-old daughter of Jim and Mary Ann Stumbo did something toddlers do all the time. She ran out of her house to chase the family kitten. She was quickly brought back inside by her older brother.

Trouble is, the little girl ran outside while she was in her birthday suit.

A neighbor complained to the authorities. And the same day the Stumbos' toddler had gone streaking, a social worker paid a visit to the house. The Stumbos, citing Fourth Amendment protection against searches without probable cause, denied the social worker access to the home or to their children.

The parents found themselves in court, where Cleveland County District Judge Anna Foster said social workers are not subject to the Fourth Amendment in civil child-abuse and neglect investigations. Foster found the Stumbos guilty of interfering with a child-abuse and neglect investigation.

Under court orders, the Stumbos granted the social worker access to their home and children. But then the social worker demanded to privately interview all of the children, not just the 2-year-old streaker. So the Stumbos are going to court again. Their case will be heard this week in the North Carolina Court of Appeals.

Federal courts have previously ruled in other cases that social workers are subject to the Constitution.

Adding to the mess is the fact that the Stumbos are members of the Home School Legal Defense Association--legal advocates for parents' rights to home-school their children. That's something else government doesn't especially like, besides parents standing up for their constitutional rights.

This is your government, folks. This is a government with zero respect for your privacy and your rights. This is a government whose employees think they don't have to obey the Constitution.

Are you going to let your government's abuses of power continue? Then expect to hear lots more stories like this.

 

Neil Boortz is a syndicated talk show host based in Atlanta Georgia. You can visit his website at http://www.boortz.com.

 

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