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FRIDAY, NOV 30, 2012  |  12 comments
U.S. Birth Rate Hits Record Low
The U.S. birth rate dropped to its lowest level since the beginning of the Great Depression, led by a drop among immigrants, according to a report data released Thursday by the Pew Research Center.

In 2011, the overall birth rate was 63.2 per 1,000 women of childbearing age, the lowest since at least 1920, Pew reported, citing numbers from the National Center for Health Statistics. The birth rate reached 122.7 in 1957, the peak of the Baby Boom. After the mid-1970s, the birth rate stabilized at about 65 to 70 births per 1,000 women annually, until the beginning of the Great Recession.

Since 2007, both the U.S. birth rate (the number of live births per 1,000 women ages 15-44) and the number of births have dropped significantly, according to the report. ...


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Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
"Despite the drop-off among the foreign-born, Pew population projections indicate that immigrants who arrived since 2005 and their descendants will account for 82 percent of U.S. population growth by 2050"

Somehow I have come to the deeply thought out conclusion that there are very few Americans who are NOT descended from immigrants.

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News Item12/3/12 11:48 AM
Kirtle  Find all comments by Kirtle
"In 2007, immigrant mothers accounted for a quarter of all U.S. births, compared to 16 percent in 1990. By 2010, foreign-born moms accounted for 23 percent of all births."

That should help develop the spread of socialism and the decline of the Republican party.

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News Item12/1/12 10:37 AM
withered christian | loins  Find all comments by withered christian
"U.S. births are at their lowest since the 1920s, according to a study by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life.

"According to Don Feder, communications director for the World Congress of Families, fewer births now means fewer people to have babies later, fewer workers to support our advanced industrialized economy, and fewer workers paying into pension systems to support the elderly, among other things, which could eventually lead to a rationing of health services for the aging and, the end result, euthanasia.

"There are the obvious reasons why the country’s birthrate is declining, Feder said, including an increase in the number of abortions, the use of contraceptives, and cohabitation (fewer marriages equal fewer children). But he added that there are also some not-so-obvious factors."

Headline News: Death Mistress Margaret Sanger Makes Time Magazine’s Top 20 Americans

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News Item12/1/12 10:18 AM
Mark M. | in the UAE  Contact via emailFind all comments by Mark M.
Remember also that when the wise men came it likely wasn't just three dudes bringing gifts to Jesus at his birth. The gifts that they gave were plenty to support the family during their exile, and maybe for years afterwords. Jesus did have his own home and the disciples did visit there, but while away on their travels they often camped out. If we put today's level on Jesus and his family they would probably have been upper middle class and this would be in addition to any monies they had in the treasury. On top of all of this if he needed funds of any kind, Jesus could easily get them--including miracles involving food at least twice and getting the temple dues from a fish on another occasion.
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News Item12/1/12 9:25 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Mike wrote:
We can rightly say he didn't have much in the way of material goods during his ministry, but before that, he was a skilled craftsman, like Joseph. Meaning there was enough work to go around. It doesn't seem likely he was poverty stricken during those years.
So Jesus must have saved up money while being a craftsman.
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News Item11/30/12 8:09 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Cliff Leckey wrote:
Mt 22:19 Shew me the tribute money. And they brought unto him a penny.
So our Lord didn`t have money available then.
Being an itinerant Preacher it`s hard to see where the supposed wealth came from.
We can rightly say he didn't have much in the way of material goods during his ministry, but before that, he was a skilled craftsman, like Joseph. Meaning there was enough work to go around. It doesn't seem likely he was poverty stricken during those years.
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News Item11/30/12 7:06 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Cliff Leckey wrote:
John Y,no doubt they had a communal "treasury" but it doesn`t follow that Jesus was wealthy.
Mt 22:19 Shew me the tribute money. And they brought unto him a penny.
So our Lord didn`t have money available then.
Being an itinerant Preacher it`s hard to see where the supposed wealth came from.
Lu.8:3 And Joanna the wife of Chuza Herod’s steward, and Susanna, and many others, which ministered unto him of their substance.
So according to this Scripture Christ was depending upon "handouts"
Incidently, judas was a thief & thieves don`t need lots of money to operate.
I see what you mean. The following passage from Luke 9:58 states Jesus stated "Foxes have dens, birds of the air have nests but the Son of Man has no place to lay his head.". And the fact that Jesus traveled from town to town meant that He relied on lodging from strangers.
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News Item11/30/12 5:55 PM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland.  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
John Yurich USA wrote:
You think that Christ was poor? Not according to the Bible. The treasury of the Apostolic Band must have had a lot of money in it for Judas to steal from it.
John Y,no doubt they had a communal "treasury" but it doesn`t follow that Jesus was wealthy.
Mt 22:19 Shew me the tribute money. And they brought unto him a penny.
So our Lord didn`t have money available then.
Being an itinerant Preacher it`s hard to see where the supposed wealth came from.
Lu.8:3 And Joanna the wife of Chuza Herod’s steward, and Susanna, and many others, which ministered unto him of their substance.
So according to this Scripture Christ was depending upon "handouts"
Incidently, judas was a thief & thieves don`t need lots of money to operate.
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News Item11/30/12 12:36 PM
Mike | Florida  Find all comments by Mike
Children are a blessing from the Lord. Churches are not teaching this anymore. They got on board with the sanger crew. Even conservative evangelical...
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News Item11/30/12 10:21 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
jpw wrote:
drywall, its not just lattes that are expensive, all food is now, everything. people are losing their jobs, food stamps at all time high, not sure if you are in an isolated part of the country that you see so much waste. those around me hate having to buy nutritionally depleted foods for their families, but have no other choice. men desperately trying to get work, many saddled with college debt, how can a Godly man prepare for a wife and family in this kind of situation? this idea of americans so rich is probably a hold out of pockets of the population.
evangelical mindset is that of the rich, the affluent, the supermajority, but Christ belongs to the poor, the minority, the afflicted and persecuted as well.
You think that Christ was poor? Not according to the Bible. The treasury of the Apostolic Band must have had a lot of money in it for Judas to steal from it.
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News Item11/30/12 10:13 AM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
drywall, its not just lattes that are expensive, all food is now, everything. people are losing their jobs, food stamps at all time high, not sure if you are in an isolated part of the country that you see so much waste. those around me hate having to buy nutritionally depleted foods for their families, but have no other choice. men desperately trying to get work, many saddled with college debt, how can a Godly man prepare for a wife and family in this kind of situation? this idea of americans so rich is probably a hold out of pockets of the population.

evangelical mindset is that of the rich, the affluent, the supermajority, but Christ belongs to the poor, the minority, the afflicted and persecuted as well.

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News Item11/30/12 5:23 AM
drywall praise  Find all comments by drywall praise
"Jeremiah said: A voice was heard at Ramah, Rachel was weeping over her sons, because they were no more. (Jer. 31:15). Rachel had so desired children that she considered herself dead without them. (Gen. 30:1) Jeremiah said that she was figuratively weeping because of the loss of the people killed or taken in captivity."

Today we drive our Escalades, sip on our $7 lattes and rejoice that our sons are no more.

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