There were 108,592,000 people in the United States in the fourth quarter of 2011 who were recipients of one or more means-tested government benefit programs, the Census Bureau said in data released this week. Meanwhile, according to the Census Bureau, there were 101,716,000 people who worked full-time year round in 2011. That included both private-sector and government workers.That means there were about 1.07 people getting some form of means-tested government benefit for every 1 person working full-time year round.
From Boxer’s website. Does she really think that $40 million dollars, nationally, even if matched locally, will pay for:
- structural improvements in schools
- conduct security assessments
- conduct training for students, teachers, and administrators
The bipartisan bill – the School and Campus Safety Enhancements Act – would provide communities and schools with resources to install classroom locks, lighting, fencing, reinforced doors and other deterrent measures. The measure would also help schools conduct security assessments and training for students, teachers and administrators, and allow schools to better coordinate with local law enforcement. The measure would authorize $40 million annually for these safety improvements. Local communities and schools would apply for the Secure Our Schools grants through the Justice Department, with federal resources matched 50-50 by local governments. The Boxer-Collins bill would also create a Department of Justice and Department of Education joint task force to develop advisory guidelines to help K-12 schools keep children safe. The bill also includes a provision authored by Senators Mark Warner D-VA and Mark Kirk R-IL to establish a National Center for Campus Public Safety to help colleges and universities protect students.
This is why:
I’m writing a new article which I hope will appear at American Thinker in which I identify a tactic utilized by the Left to push conservatives into untenable positions. I’d describe it in more detail but American Thinker takes only articles that have not been previously discussed.
I’ve been doing some research on so-called “themes” for sites utilizing WordPress, which is the case here.
Tell me what you think!