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Time To Leave The Cities; But That’s Alright The USA Created 162,000 jobs in July.


SHOCK: 72 Hours After Grid-Down: Starvation, Supply Shortages, Food Lines, No Clean Water, No Gas, Transportation Standstill *Independent Reports, Pics, Video*

A recent study noted that the majority of people have enough food in their pantries to feed their household for about three days and that seemingly stable societies are really just nine meals from anarchy. With most of us dependent on just-in-time transportation systems to always be available, few ever consider  the worst case scenario.
For tens of thousands of east coast residents that worst case scenario is now playing out in real-time. No longer are images of starving people waiting for government handouts restricted to just the third-world.
In the midst of crisis, once civilized societies will very rapidly descend into chaos when essential infrastructure systems collapse.
Though the National Guard was deployed before the storm even hit, there is simply no way for the government to coordinate a response requiring millions of servings of food, water and medical supplies
Many east coast residents who failed to evacuate or prepare reserve supplies ahead of the storm are being forced to fend for themselves.

Changes in Section 8 rental laws

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Editor
Cook County residents who qualify for subsidized housing vouchers, also known as “Section 8″ vouchers, will have more rights with landlords when applying for a rental unit starting Aug. 8.
The Cook County Board amended the county’s human rights ordinance to protect housing choice voucher holders from discrimination. As of next week, landlords can no longer legally refuse to rent solely on the basis of housing voucher status.”The first thing I want to say is, don’t freak out,” Oak Park Regional Housing Center Executive Director RobBreymaier told a group of area Realtors and landlords at a meeting at the Oak Park Public Library on Aug. 1. “These rules are the same fair housing and non-discriminating things you already do as landlords, just extended to voucher holders.”Breymaier told the group that the same rules had been in force in the city of Chicago for 20 years. The larger point of federal housing choice vouchers, he said, was to disperse concentrations of poverty and help with integration.
“The housing voucher program has been shown to break a trans-generational cycle of poverty. Children do better with access to better schools,” he said.
In May, the Cook County Board passed an amendment to the Cook County Human Rights Ordinance to include voucher-holder status as a “protected class” from housing discrimination. The county already prohibits refusing to rent to a tenant based on ancestry, marital status, military discharge status, sexual orientation, age (over 40), parental status and gender identity.
As of the change, landlords may not refuse to rent because of a person’s voucher-status. They may not impose different terms and conditions for Section 8 holders or make discriminatory statements verbally or in published form.
Landlords can be sued and fined for lying about availability of a property, blockbusting or steering, retaliating against or intimidating a person exercising fair housing rights or aiding and abetting someone else who is breaking the new rules.  >>more<<

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Time is now to leave the major cities. Work in the cities, do mission work there, the gospel still has to be preached, but when possible move your families out of major urban areas.
Published Date: Thursday, 01 August 2013 05:53

To the editor:
Summer months are filled with fun trips and enjoying the warm weather. However, summer is also a time that the needs of NH families don’t always come in to focus. Holiday giving won’t begin for a few months, but the need may be even greater for families who receive assistance year-round.
This summer, as children are brought to food pantries and soup kitchens to make up for the lost meals they received each day during the school year, many will find the shelves empty.
As I write this letter, the N.H. Food Bank is facing a critical need. There is only enough food on the shelves to last for five days.
The problem, however, goes beyond this immediate shortage.
Combine the ever increasing demand like the 8 percent increase in food distribution from the NH Food Bank in 2012, the 7 percent increase in the cost of food and declining sustainable donations, and it’s no surprise that one nine people in New Hampshire are food insecure. This means one in nine of your neighbors does not know where their next meal will come from.
Congress may eliminate SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program or food stamps, which provided 117,000 NH residents with benefits in 2012. A cut of $20.5 billion from SNAP over 10 years equals about eight billion meals missing from the tables of families across the country.
It will be up to individuals to make up the loss of these critical resources.
While we continue to seek sustainable solutions to food insecurity in our communities, we need to focus on the immediate need.
So, as we enjoy summer, please remember that New Hampshire families are still in need and consider making a donation to the N.H. Food Bank. Your donation will help keep many New Hampshire children fed this summer.
Neil Levesque, trustee
N.H. Food Bank

I know there are more unemployed and underemployed then that!
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 7.4% in July to mark the lowest level since the end of 2008, but the economy only gained a modest 162,000 jobs last month in another sign that the nation is still struggling to break out of a slow-growth phase.
The rise in employment fell short of Wall Street expectations. Economists polled by MarketWatch had expected the U.S. to add 180,000 net jobs, adjusted for seasonal variations and excluding the farm sector.
Unemployment drops to 7.4%
The number of new jobs created in June and May were also revised down by a combined 26,000, the government said Friday, offering more evidence that the economy hit a soft patch in the second quarter.

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