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Old 07-23-2013, 06:49 AM   #26
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Interesting. The more things change, the more they stay the same (or trend worse!)....

From Time magazine April 21st,1958

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THEY are afraid to say so in public, but many of the North’s big-city mayors groan in private that their biggest and most worrisome problem is the crime rate among Negroes.

In 1,551 U.S. cities, according to the FBI tally for 1956, Negroes, making up 10% of the U.S. population, accounted for about 30% of all arrests, and 60% of the arrests for crimes involving violence or threat of bodily harm—murder, non-negligent manslaughter, rape, robbery and aggravated assault. In one city after another, the figures—where they are not hidden or suppressed by politicians—reveal a shocking pattern. Items:

New York (14% Negro). Of the prisoners confined in houses of detention last year to await court disposition of their cases, 44% of the males and 65% of the females were Negroes.

Chicago (15% Negro). In 1956 twice as many Negroes as whites—1,366 to 679—were arrested on charges of murder, non-negligent manslaughter, rape and robbery.

Detroit (25% Negro). Two out of three prisoners held in the Wayne County jail are Negroes. Last month 62% of. the defendants presented for trial in Recorder’s Court were Negroes. Of last year’s 25,216 arrests resulting in prosecution, excluding traffic cases, Negroes accounted for 12,919.

Los Angeles (13% Negro). In 1956 Negroes accounted for 28% of all arrests, and 48% of the arrests for homicide, rape, aggravated assault, robbery, burglary, larceny and auto theft.

San Francisco (7% Negro). The victims in 896 of last year’s 1,564 recorded robbery cases reported that the assailants were Negroes.

Negro leaders sometimes argue passionately that arrest statistics wildly distort the comparative incidence of crime among Negroes and whites because cops are more likely to arrest Negroes for petty crimes or on mere suspicion. Protests Executive Editor Charles Wartman of Detroit’s Michigan Chronicle, a Negro weekly: “The number of Negroes booked is at least partially indicative of subconscious if not conscious racial persecution on the part of police officers.”

But inequality of treatment by the police may actually tend to shrink rather than inflate the statistics of Negro crime. Says Newsman Wartman in the next breath: “When Negroes violate social morals—sex, drinking, gambling—white cops bypass this as ‘typically Negro.’ ” Many Negro leaders protest that the police are far from diligent enough in dealing with crimes committed against Negroes—and Negroes are the victims in the great majority of Negro crimes of violence. Since Negroes, even when they are victims or innocent bystanders, are often wary of calling the police, many offenses of disorder and assault go unreported when committed by Negroes in the depths of a ghetto.

Whether the statistics of Negro crime overstate or understate the reality, they are shrouded from public attention by what a Chicago judge last week called a “conspiracy of concealment.” In many cities, Negro leaders and organizations such as the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People put pressure on politicians, city officials and newspapers to play down the subject. Fearing loss of Negro votes, few elected officials dare to resist the pressures.

Abetting the concealment campaign is the feeling shared by many whites that it is unfair, inflammatory and even un-American to talk about Negro crime. This feeling is reflected in the widespread newspaper practice of not mentioning a criminal’s race unless he is at large and the fact would help in identifying him.

In hiding the facts about Negro crime, the “conspiracy of concealment” helps blur the causes of it. Negro leaders themselves often put forward explanations that are oversimple. Some hold that Negro crime is largely the result of migrations from the South: in the unfamiliar environment of the North, the argument runs, Negroes tend to be more crime-prone, just like white immigrants from abroad. But in fact, some studies have shown that, contrary to popular conviction, crime rates among foreign-born whites were lower than among U.S.-born whites.

Most often, Negro leaders point to poverty as the No. 1 factor in Negro crime. As Editor Louis Martin of the Chicago Defender sees it, the main cause is poor and crowded housing. But the moderate crime rates among European immigrants, subject to similar stresses of poverty and bad housing, suggest that other factors may be more important.

Providing better housing for impoverished Negroes is a necessity, but it would not solve the problem of Negro crime. Crime rates run high in the Negro slums of Harlem and South Side Chicago, but they also run high in the Negro districts of Los Angeles and San Francisco, where the houses are comparatively decent. As many a public-housing official has learned to his dismay, better housing does not automatically bring about the improvement in character and conduct that do-gooders used to predict. Slum dwellers who move into brand-new public-housing projects often turn them into new slums as verminous and crime-ridden as the tenements they left behind.

Negro leadership could make a start toward lowering Negro crime rates by abandoning the conspiracy of concealment and urging full disclosure of the facts to be met. Once they faced the facts, Negro leaders and organizations—including the N.A.A.C.P.—could help by wholeheartedly undertaking short-term efforts of rehabilitation, by accepting responsibility in an area where they habitually look the other way.

But even heroic efforts by Negro leadership could only dent the Negro crime problem, because essentially it is a white problem. And it will remain a severe problem until Northern whites, private citizens as well as civic officials, recognize that Negro crime is basically a symptom of a failure in integration, and start attacking discrimination in the North with the same fervor they show in arguing for civil rights in the South.

Unlike the Caucasian immigrant of an earlier day, a Negro can scarcely ever hope, even in the North, that the white society will really accept him on his human merits. Negroes are more prone than whites to break the laws, rules and customs of society because they are excluded from full membership in it. In gross and subtle ways, from unwritten bans on employing Negroes to the faintly patronizing tone that even liberal-hearted whites take toward them, Negroes are made to feel alien and inferior. This pervasive discrimination holds down capable Negroes at the top of the social ladder, dims their voices among their own people, builds up tensions and resentments inside the Negro society, and keeps great masses of Negroes segregated in ghettos where the standards of personal morality, discipline and responsibility are lower than those in the white world outside.

“Slam enough doors in a man’s face, and he may break one of them down,” said San Francisco’s Negro Deputy City Attorney R. J. Reynolds last week. The way to reduce the percentage of Negro crime, he believes, is to stop slamming the doors, or at least, as a start, give the Negro a new hope that maybe the next door won’t be slammed. Spreading the message of that new hope, he says, is a responsibility that Negro leaders will be very glad to assume



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Old 07-23-2013, 06:53 AM   #27
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With this latest HUD proposal we all need to remember his:

It's not neighborhoods that are inherently violent; it's the people in those neighborhoods.



""Make no mistake, this is a big deal," Donovan said. "With the HUD budget alone, we are talking about billions of dollars. And as you know, decades ago, these funds were used to support discrimination. Now, they will be used to expand opportunity and bring communities closer to the American Dream." - See more at: http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/....TIELSqfn.dpuf
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Jasmine Rand, an attorney with Parks & Crump representing the family of slain Florida teenager Trayvon Martin told Greta Van Susteren tonight on the Fox News Channel that she is a "social engineer" more than an attorney.

Rand's statement came while being questioned by Van Susteren about her rejecting the jury's verdict clearing George Zimmerman in the February 26, 2013 shooting death of Martin in Sanford, Florida.

Van Susteren was quite ticked off at Rand over this and let her know.

Rand admitting to being a "social engineer" gives away the game that Parks & Crump has been playing hand in hand with the Obama administration: Their goal is not justice, but social engineering.



this HUD program is more of the same.
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I KNOW an old woman who hasn’t opened her windows in a decade, afraid that what’s outside will climb inside. Inside, there is the stale odor of dead air.

I know another woman who called me about a corpse lying outside her window for six and a half hours. This was because of cutbacks at the morgue. No dignity in death here. They do it better in Baghdad.

The latest trend? When a person is murdered, he is thrown into an abandoned house, and it is set on fire. There are tens of thousands to choose from.

I know of an 11-year-old boy who was shot, the bullet going clean through his arm. The cops stuffed him in the back of a squad car and rushed him to the hospital. That’s how we do it. There was no ambulance available. About two-thirds of the city’s fleet is broken on an average day.

I know a cop who drives around in a squad car with holes in the floorboards. There is no computer, no air-conditioning, the odometer reading 147,000 miles. His bulletproof vest has expired. His pay has been cut 10 percent.

I knew a firefighter who died in a fire, but not from the fire. He died when the roof of an abandoned house collapsed on him and his brethren could not find him because his homing alarm was broken and did not sound. He suffocated.

In our town, the 911 dispatch system recently went down for 15 hours, and no one seemed to give a damn. When the system is running, the average wait is 58 minutes. Firefighters can’t use hydraulic ladders on fire trucks to do their jobs unless there is an “immediate threat to life.” In a fire — imagine that. The ladders haven’t been inspected in years.

If this were New York, these stories would have ricocheted around the world. But this is Detroit and, of course, nobody gives a damn. Even here people have been conditioned to accept these things as normal, a nuisance, the buzz of a fly.

This numbness, in a peculiar way, is a sign of strength. People here manage to get along somehow.

So we went broke, bust, bankrupt. We’ve known that in Detroit for years. Only now it is official with a Chapter 9 filing last week. The biggest municipal default in United States history — at least $18 billion. Suddenly, America gives a rip.

How did it get this way, I’m asked? After all, it was just 99 years ago that Henry Ford offered the workingman $5 a day and profit-sharing. How, in less than a century, did it come to this?

The short answers: municipal mismanagement, race riots, white flight, black flight, dead flight (people routinely disinter their deceased and relocate them to the suburbs). There were the overreaching unions and management that couldn’t balance a ball. Proof? The multibillion-dollar bailout of the auto industry. Thank you, American taxpayers!
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The finger-pointing for Detroit’s decades of decline usually starts with the 1967 race riots. High pensions for unionized workers get its share of the blame, as does the global economic trends that upended the auto industry.
The idea of a right to live for upwards of 40 years for free of a pension from an old job is preposterous. People need to shake out of the idea. Social Security is meant to be supplemental, which is why it's called supplemental. It's not supposed to be lived off of to the exclusion of all else.

Such programs were put into place when people lived much shorter lives than they do now. You simply cannot have tens of millions living off the dole for free and float an economy and medical system. If you can work, you need to be.

If you work for a city government, for example, and retire in 1990, you should not be entitled to live off the dole until you die in 2030. Ridiculous idea. Mooching. Destructive.
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The short answers: municipal mismanagement, race riots, white flight, black flight, dead flight (people routinely disinter their deceased and relocate them to the suburbs). There were the overreaching unions and management that couldn’t balance a ball. Proof? The multibillion-dollar bailout of the auto industry. Thank you, American taxpayers!
As far as I know, tens of thousands in the Detroit area lost their jobs when auto manufacturing - once a prized and highly-paid job - moved to Mexico. How can a place possibly recover from the loss of several factories which employ thousands? Huge economic domino effect here in play, I suspect.
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The idea of a right to live for upwards of 40 years for free of a pension from an old job is preposterous. People need to shake out of the idea. Social Security is meant to be supplemental, which is why it's called supplemental. It's not supposed to be lived off of to the exclusion of all else.

Such programs were put into place when people lived much shorter lives than they do now. You simply cannot have tens of millions living off the dole for free and float an economy and medical system. If you can work, you need to be.

If you work for a city government, for example, and retire in 1990, you should not be entitled to live off the dole until you die in 2030. Ridiculous idea. Mooching. Destructive.
After Jack Welch retired from General Electric it wasn’t until a divorce settlement forced the disclosure of his retirement benefits package that anyone took any notice. At that time, the scandal surrounding Mr. Welch was that his perquisites were valued at $2.5 million a year, and included luxuries such as the use of an $80,000-per-month Manhattan apartment owned by the company, court-side seats to the New York Knicks and U.S. Open, seating at Wimbledon, box seats at Red Sox and Yankees baseball games, country club fees, security services and restaurant bills. No one at the time of his departure had valued Mr. Welch’s full retirement package either, which – at almost $420 million – dwarfs the perks package that Mr. Welch ultimately relinquished.
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Uncovered in the above study:

The 21 CEOs walked away with a total of almost $4 billion in compensation
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So, what this means is that it's perfectly okay if shareholders in a company are paying out for a CEO's luxury retirement package twenty years from now, but to be paying out a worker's retirement pension would be socialism. I'm getting it now. I think.
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The idea of a right to live for upwards of 40 years for free of a pension from an old job is preposterous. People need to shake out of the idea. Social Security is meant to be supplemental, which is why it's called supplemental. It's not supposed to be lived off of to the exclusion of all else.

Such programs were put into place when people lived much shorter lives than they do now. You simply cannot have tens of millions living off the dole for free and float an economy and medical system. If you can work, you need to be.

If you work for a city government, for example, and retire in 1990, you should not be entitled to live off the dole until you die in 2030. Ridiculous idea. Mooching. Destructive.


Do you really think there are more than an extremely tiny minority of folks that live 40 years in retirement?

Minimum retirement age for most pensions (private or public) is at or around 55+ for people who are at or near retirement now (most plans have a sliding scale, much like SS). The current federal requirement is 57 years. The current CO minimum is either 55 WITH 30 years of service, or any age if you have 35 years of service (and considering most people wouldn't start a career path until early 20 that means between 55-60 years old.

Retire before then and most pension plans are void.

And, most pension plans have a minimum year of service requirement and a differing benefit amount depending on years of service.

And, most pensions plans either readjust age/service restrictions periodically as life expediency improves (i.e. CO), or have a built in age formula based on birth date (i.e. the federal pension plan)

Also, many state employees (CO being one) and federal employes do NOT get Social Security benefits/credit for the years served with the state.

The idea that there is some huge number of people living off pensions for 40 years of retirement is absurd. The only people who live that long on retirement are the small minority that live into their mid 90s and beyond.
Average mortality of current retirees is still in the low 70s, with typical full retirement benefits (SS and/or pensions) only kicking if you retire at 60+.
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The idea of a right to live for upwards of 40 years for free of a pension from an old job is preposterous. People need to shake out of the idea. Social Security is meant to be supplemental, which is why it's called supplemental. It's not supposed to be lived off of to the exclusion of all else.

Such programs were put into place when people lived much shorter lives than they do now. You simply cannot have tens of millions living off the dole for free and float an economy and medical system. If you can work, you need to be.

If you work for a city government, for example, and retire in 1990, you should not be entitled to live off the dole until you die in 2030. Ridiculous idea. Mooching. Destructive.
Agree and Disgree here:

1. Pensions were a no-brainer, makes sense, no-can-fail employment perk when your local industry dominated their market. When you don't, when you lose so much market share you need bailouts, those Pension all of the sudden become a nail in your coffin. I don't see it as mooching, but retirees had to see the slow train coming doen the tracks and realize they may have to restructure their packages.

2. Social Security, IMHO, should be a true safety net program, and provide the meekest, most vulnerable of our elders to a dignified end to their lives.. it should not be pension for every American, Americans should be incented to save for their own retirement (which most do) and only of last resort get SS money.
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Teacher Upset She Can't Retire at 47

MEA member says reform bill calling for teachers to contribute minimally to retirement is unfair

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One of the reasons is because the Saginaw Township Community School District English teacher won’t be able to retire at age 47 as she has hoped.
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“Wow. They have reached the politicians’ level of entitlement,” Drolet said. “She thinks she is entitled to retire at 47? Holy smokes. I don’t know what more to say to that. A government employee thinking that 47 is a reasonable expectation to retire shows just how deep inside their own bubble they live, insulated from the real world.”
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Why should a 66 year old private worker pay taxes to take care of these public retirees 20 years younger? In this case, the teacher would be getting $60,000 the first year of retirement and it goes up 3% every year.
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Why should a 66 year old private worker pay taxes to take care of these public retirees 20 years younger? In this case, the teacher would be getting $60,000 the first year of retirement and it goes up 3% every year.
Said teacher would probably cash in and then take a private worker's job in order to make even more money. Tons of public "retirees" do this. Or even move to a different jurisdiction to create a second pension for when they truly retire.

It's funny how they're willing to early-sunset, spike, and double-dip the system dry, but then complain at first opportunity about fairness.
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Why should a 66 year old private worker pay taxes to take care of these public retirees 20 years younger? In this case, the teacher would be getting $60,000 the first year of retirement and it goes up 3% every year.
I have relatives who are teachers who would consider this person an idiot, as most reasonable people would. One anomaly does not make a case.
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I have relatives who are teachers who would consider this person an idiot, as most reasonable people would. One anomaly does not make a case.
There are pension plans all over the place that only require 20 years of service with no minimum age requirement. 50-55 is a very common retirement age in many public sector circles. Though in reality, very few of those people really 'retire'
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I question the competing ideologies.

If you have some young market operator who says, "I plan on making millions and retiring by the time I'm in my thirties" that's cool.

If a policeman says, "I'm going to put in my twenty and then retire" that's not cool.
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I question the competing ideologies.

If you have some young market operator who says, "I plan on making millions and retiring by the time I'm in my thirties" that's cool.

If a policeman says, "I'm going to put in my twenty and then retire" that's not cool.
The odds of that market operator actually succeeding are incredibly slim, and even then, completely self-funded. The odds of a public employee making 20 years is more likely than not. And then the pension system he banks on was never intended to pay for 30 years of health care on a guy who's retired far longer than he worked.
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Apparently the U.S. gives more aid to 32 countries than it does to Detroit.

http://nextcity.org/equityfactor/ent...d-than-detroit
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Apparently the U.S. gives more aid to 32 countries than it does to Detroit.

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WOW...

Meanwhile we are positioning our military to take on Syria at the urging of Israel. Here is an idea. Israel should have handled it's own business (Iraq war I & II) and those trillions could have been spent on American soil.

Here we go again. America has become Israel's rabid pit bull they love to fight with.

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^ Meck, I know we often disagree but we are 100% on the same page on this issue!
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Why should a 66 year old private worker pay taxes to take care of these public retirees 20 years younger? In this case, the teacher would be getting $60,000 the first year of retirement and it goes up 3% every year.
Way to not understand how pensions work.
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