A Graphic View of Poverty in Oregon!

Poverty continues to engulf too many Oregonians, and the latest data show things aren’t getting any better. The Great Recession officially ended in June of 2009. Unfortunately, after more than two years of anemic economic recovery, poverty in Oregon was still worse in 2012 than at the depth of that recession. -OCPP Oreon Center for Public Policy because Facts Matter!
Last Friday Wall Street Journal editor James Taranto tackled head on several of the feminist ‘myths’ about children and poverty. Pointing out how children in the care of their fathers are less likely to end up on welfare roles.
Nearly 100 years ago in correspondence to friends Albert Einstein complained of being alienated from his children by his estranged wife. Kids need both parents; past, present and future.


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