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#Mid-terms Matter ~~ Packing & Cracking

1st posted over a year ago 4/2013

Time for the DOJ to deal with this nonsense! old outdated complicit relationships that need to change

It is time to take Republicans onto the floor of Congress and wipe up the floor with their ideologies. 1,096 more words

United States

The 35.4 Percent: 109,631,000 on Welfare

109,631,000 Americans lived in households that received benefits from one or more federally funded “means-tested programs” — also known as welfare — as of the fourth quarter of 2012, … 542 more words


A Snippet Here A Snippet There...

The above image is a clip from the July 28,2014 issue of Time magazine page 12. It seems very hard to find what percentage of the population is gay in the U.S.  53 more words

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Using TIGER/Line Files & Visual Pattern Analysis

.. all demographic-economic data are associated with a geographic location and/or area. The Census Bureau TIGER/Line shapefiles are the geographic backbone for all Census Bureau demographic-economic data. 259 more words


NRO: “The Census Bureau calculates that one person enters the United States legally, on net, every 40 seconds. The Census Bureau’s U.S. and World Population Clock lists “components of population change” on the website: “one birth every 7 seconds;” “one death every 13 seconds;” “one international migrant (net) every 40 seconds;” making for a “net gain of one person every 12 seconds”.” 48 more words


Upcoming USDA Home Loan Changes

By, Franco Manueli, Branch Manager for Sierra Pacific Mortgage, Las Vegas

If you’re considering applying for a USDA Mortgage, you’d better hurry.  Starting this fall, the USDA is updating map boundaries, and several areas are at risk for losing USDA financing eligibility. 461 more words

Census Bureau

American Community Survey 2013 Release Schedule

Data from the American Community Survey (ACS) are an indispensable part of most analyses involving demographic-economic characteristics and patterns.  These data help analysts and decision-makers compare characteristics of one area to another.   188 more words