About the time they began teaching sex education in school, the illegitimate birth rate went up. I know, a lib will say it went down but the stats are available on the net. Look it up.
Maybe they should look for a job. Not as much fun as doing what needs to be done to produce a baby but it pays better, even at minimum wage.
The minimum wage in 1950 was 75 cents and only applied to jobs directly involved in interstate commerce. LMAO! In 1960, I had a morning dishwashing job at Holiday Inn (Southern lounge) and was paid a big 5 bucks per 8 hour shift. Get informed!
Nonsense! It is easier now with all the "benefits" available that did not exist 50 years ago. Child care deductions, food stamps, tax credits, a minimum wage, and all the rest. I suggest you do a little research and find out what $1.25 per hour would buy in 1960. I can't help but laugh at the total ignorance I read here. BTW, there was only a minimum wage at that time for jobs directly involved in interstate commerce. If you worked in a restaurant you got 78 cents an hour as I did.
No, I don't think that. Can you give me the name of the community college or tech school that has a 10K per year tuition? Come on, I dare you to find one. If your reply wasn't so stupid it would be laughable. Come on, name just one such tech school or community college, just one. Do it! The truth is now it is easier than when I did it with food stamps, ADC, tax credits, child care deductions and all the other freebies that did not exist 50 years ago.
Agreed! I know a guy that was 18 years old in 1959. He was a high school drop out with a girl friend that found herself pregnant. There were no government programs to help in those days and the 18 year old guy worked for $1.25 an hour. Feel free to adjust that for inflation. The kid was really in a bind and knew he was headed for a life of poverty unless he fixed the problem. So, he took a second part time job and after the baby was born, his wife also took a part time job. Then the kid went to school and earned a technical degree by going school full time and working two part time jobs and his wife also took a part time job. After two years of nothing but work and school, with never a day off the kid got a decent job and advanced in that job and retired when he was only 55 and had sent three kids to college. The kid also took one time jobs during those early years, one of those jobs involved cleaning out sanitary sump pits. Now, if that kid could make it, why can't others do the same? BTW, that 18 year old kid was me. Now, tell me some people are disabled and can't do what I did. Agreed and if we weren't throwing money at drones that won't work, those truly disabled could receive benefits providing them with a decent life.
Yes, he said that and that was the reason he voted on the government side of the issue. The words "may reasonably be" are used in law frequently. Roberts voted in favor of the government for that reason. The reasons given by the others that affirmed the government's position are irrelevant as are the reasons given by the four that voted against it. No_compromise was 100% correct.
Amazing isn't it, how few people understand that. Then there is the United States Senate where California and Wyoming each have two senators.
Mike, you can always tell a hate filled liberal. No facts, just petty name calling.
Of course Carter was better. You have to remember Carter ran a business and was a governor so he had administrative experience. Obama had no such experience.
Every major news organization came to the same conclusion, Bush won.
Why isn't Pelosi still speaker of the house? BTW, the United States of America is not a democracy.
Where did the government get the money to provide the coverage?
Okay, I don't like Obama. I am about as far right as anybody. The thing is, Obama could have been born on the moon and he would still be qualified to be president since his mother was a was a United States citizen.