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California has the largest number of illegals in the United States, with an estimated 2.4 mil. Pew Research Center.
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"The article below is a little different from what I usually post at jaquelle.ca. It highlights a study done by the Pew Research Center about the influence of religion in the sphere of politics in the United States (which I think has a lot of impact on Canadians). There are some important takeaways from it that Joe Carter points out well."
Eng/Sp (google) The OTHER MEXICO Jorge Ramos Avalos "I am one when I am." Octavio Paz (House of the Sun) "The Other Mexico". So he called President Enrique Peña Nieto during his visit to California. There about 12 million people-a third of the population californiana- are of Mexican origin. But Peña Nieto fell short. "The Other Mexico" living in the United States is also in the area of Pilsen in Chicago, in the tomato fields of Homestead and North Carolina, in the state's community in New York and across the Texas border. In the United States there are more than 33 million Mexicans and people of Mexican origin (Pew Research Center). But contrary to the image of closeness that would give Peña Nieto, 'another Mexico "is very remote and rarely gets help from his government. There consulates giving a very poor and inefficient service Mexicans in the United States and, despite the promises, the last two presidents of Mexico have not dared to defend his compatriots in the north on a central theme in their li ...
Ferguson protests: US views on police shooting death of Michael Brown vary starkly by race, poll finds: US blacks are twice as likely as whites to view the fatal Missouri shooting of an unarmed black teenager by a white police officer through the lens of race, according to a nationwide poll released on Monday. Four out of five black respondents said the killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson earlier this month and the ensuing week of sometimes violent protests highlighted important issues of race in the United States that need to be discussed. That compares with fewer than two in five whites who viewed the shooting and subsequent protests in that way, according to the survey from the Pew Research Center for the People & the Press. Most of the 21,000 residents in Ferguson are black, and the eight nights of clashes in the St. Louis suburb have pitted mostly black demonstrators against mostly white police. Some residents have said Brown's death symbolizes how blacks are treated unfairly in a town r ...
In Era of Polarization, Republicans and Democrats Unite: Religious Freedom Trumps Diplomatic Expediency 6/20/2014 Just days after the Pew Research Center, in the largest political survey in its history, found that Republicans and Democrats are further apart ideologically than at any point in recent history, the Senators of the Foreign Relations Committee provided a stunning counterpoint: regardless of party, they agreed unanimously on one of the most vital issues of our day -- that in dealing with the United States of America, religious freedom trumps diplomatic expediency. "In a striking show of solidarity, all ten Democrats and all eight Republicans on the Committee signed a letter to President Barack Obama urging him to support religious freedom for Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, the spiritual head of Orthodox Christianity, the second largest Christian Church in the world," said Dr. Anthony Limberakis, National Commander of the Order of St. Andrew -- Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate. "We great ...
A new survey from the Pew Research Center reveals that political polarization in the United States has reached a dangerous extreme. The gap between what Democrats and Republicans believe is enormous, with almost no center ground. We haven't seen such strong polarization since the Civil War.
If we truly did have a free market capitalist system, the entire country would be a land of opportunity and things would be getting better for everybody. Unfortunately, that is not the case at all. The following are 21 facts about "wealthy America" and "poor America" that are hard to believe... The lowest earning 23,303,064 Americans combined make 36 percent less than the highest earning 2,915 Americans do. 40 percent of all American workers (39.6 percent to be precise) make less than $20,000 a year. According to the Pew Research Center, the top 7 percent of all U.S. households own 63 percent of all the wealth in the country. On average, households in the top 7 percent have 24 times as much wealth as households in the bottom 93 percent. According to numbers that were just released this week, 49.7 million Americans are living in poverty. That is a brand new all-time record high. In the United States today, the wealthiest one percent of all Americans have a greater net worth than the bottom 90 percent combi ...
PerryScope By Perry Diaz There is a minority but very vocal group of Filipinos –including militant lawmakers and Catholic Church leaders -- who are critical of the recently inked Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) between the Philippines and the United States. Some say it was a mockery of the Philippine constitution.  Some say President Benigno Aquino III sold out the country to America.  And some say that China would drop thermonuclear bombs on the Philippines if war broke out with the U.S.  Well, that’s what the anti-American minority thinks.   But what does the majority of Filipinos think?  According to the 2013 Global Attitudes Project conducted by Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C., the Philippines got an 85% score – the highest among 39 participating countries -- when people were asked: “Do you have a favorable or unfavorable view of the US?”  But what were coming out in the Philippine press were mostly negative information -- or misinformation -- picturing the U.S. ...
Shifting Religious Identity of Latinos in the United States | Pew Research Center's Religion & Public Life Project
Is the United States of America religiously diverse? Those with a lot at stake like to pretend that we are, however, according to Pew Research Center's study on global religious diversity which was released on April 4th, from a global perspective, the US is not at all...
Which is it, Hispanic or Latino? By Cindy Y. Rodriguez CNN (May 3, 2014) STORY HIGHLIGHTS * Latinos straddle two worlds: where our families came from and where we live * What's the difference between the terms Hispanic and Latino? * For many, using either term to describe this group feels limiting * The plight of the "where are you from" question explained (CNN) -- If there's one thing everyone should know about Hispanics in the United States, it's that this rapidly growing minority has an undefined identity crisis. Why? Because of the confusion surrounding what to call people whose ethnic background is from Latin American and Spanish-speaking countries. Some even feel 100% American or 100% Latino -- or Hispanic, depending to whom you're talking. How do you know which term to use? "Hispanic" and "Latino" are often used interchangeably and aim to describe the same group of people, but technically they do not mean the same thing. What's more, within Hispanic communities in the United States, most people ide ...
Title: Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month Fact: Asian Americans are the highest-income, best-educated, and fastest-growing racial group in the United States. They are more satisfied than the general public with their lives, finances, and the direction of the country, and they place more value than other Americans do on marriage, parenthood, hard work, and career success, according to a comprehensive recent nationwide survey by the Pew Research Center.
I've often heard people say that in the age of information, ignorance is a choice. Let's take a second to evaluate the assumptions of this statement. First, it assumes that all people have equal access to reliable information. According to a 2013 study done by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project, "fifteen percent of American adults (18 and up) don't use the Internet or email." "19 percent said they don't go online because of the expense of owning a computer or paying for a connection and 7 percent said they just lack Internet access at their location." info from the Census Bureau, we can estimate the number of adults (18 and up) in 2013 to be approximately 242 million people. That means that about 36 million people in the United States don't have internet. More than 9 million don't have it because they can't afford it or it isn't available at their location. the statement assumes that the information available to people is relatively reliable. I couldn't find any study on the probab ...
Congress has been unusually united in condemning the Russian leader’s aggression and calling for his isolation. His belligerent offensive has been denounced by such liberals as Senators Chris Murphy (D-CT) and *** Durbin (D-IL), and by many conservatives, including Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Ron Johnson (R-WI). On the other hand, a Pew Research Center poll found that by a margin of 56 percent to 29 percent, Americans said it was more important that the United States “not get too involved” in the Ukrainian situation than to “take a firm stand against Russian actions.” Support for minimizing involvement spanned party lines: 50 percent of Republicans took this view, as did 55 percent of Democrats and 62 percent of independents. The survey ran March 6-9, before Russia annexed Crimea, but it nonetheless underscored the nation’s allergy to foreign entanglement, even as Americans also clearly and deeply mistrust Putin.
The Global Divide on Homosexuality Pew Research - POOR AND MUSLIM NATIONS REJECT HOMOSEXUALITY WHILE RICH NATIONS ACCEPT HOMOSEXUALITY Greater Acceptance in More Secular and Affluent Countries Overview 2013-Homosexuality-05As the United States and other countries grapple with the issue of same-sex marriage, a new Pew Research Center survey finds huge variance by region on the broader question of whether homosexuality should be accepted or rejected by society. The survey of publics in 39 countries finds broad acceptance of homosexuality in North America, the European Union, and much of Latin America, but equally widespread rejection in predominantly Muslim nations and in Africa, as well as in parts of Asia and in Russia. Opinion about the acceptability of homosexuality is divided in Israel, Poland and Bolivia. Attitudes about homosexuality have been fairly stable in recent years, except in South Korea, the United States and Canada, where the percentage saying homosexuality should be accepted by society ha ...
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"There will be those who don’t like to hear this but regrettably there is a huge grain of truth in what this man says. " Geert Wilders is a Member of the Dutch Parliament In a generation or two, the United States of America will ask itself: "Who lost Europe ?" Here is the speech by Geert Wilders, Chairman, Party for Freedom, The Netherlands , at the Four Seasons in New York , introducing an Alliance of Patriots and announcing the Facing Jihad Conference in Jerusalem . Dear friends, Thank you very much for inviting me. I come to America with a mission. All is not well in the old world. There is a tremendous danger looming, and it is very difficult to be optimistic. We might be in the final stages of the Islamization of Europe. This not only is a clear and present danger to the future of Europe itself, it is a threat to America and the sheer survival of the West. The United States as the last bastion of Western civilization, facing an Islamic Europe. First, I will describe the situation on the ground in E ...
Will China achieve technological dominance over the United States, surpassing us in scientific and engineering innovation? A lot of people seem to think so. China’s recent landing of an unmanned spacecraft on the Moon, its advances in renewable energies and high-speed rail, its increasing number of patent filings and its vast spending on research and development have contributed to a perception — held across much of the world, according to a Pew Research Center poll conducted last summer — that China is poised to overtake America as the world’s leading power, if it hasn’t already done so. Concern that China — home of landmark innovations like printing and gunpowder — might reclaim its legacy as a land of invention is voiced at even the highest levels of the American government. In 2011, Steven Chu, the energy secretary at the time and a Nobel-winning physicist, remarked on China’s dominance in the production of low-cost solar-energy cells, urging, “We really can and should take back this ...
Just 10 years ago, evangelical Christianity appeared to be America’s dominant religious movement. Evangelicals, more theologically diverse and open to the secular world than their fundamentalist brethren, with whom they’re often confused, were on the march toward political power and cultural prominence. They had the largest churches, the most money, influential government lobbyists, and in the person of President George W. Bush, leadership of the free world itself. Indeed, even today most people continue to regard the United States as the great spiritual exception among developed nations: a country where advances in science and technology coexist with stubborn, and stubbornly conservative, religiosity. But the reality, largely unnoticed outside church circles, is that evangelicalism is not only in gradual decline but today stands poised at the edge of a demographic and cultural cliff. The most recent Pew Research Center survey of the nation’s religious attitudes, taken in 2012, found that just 19 pe ...
INTERNATIONALLY INDIA TOP THE LIST WITH 14.2 MILLION MIGRANTS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES FOLLOWED BY MEXICO WITH 13.2 MILLION THEN RUSSIA 10.8 MILLION AND LAST CHINA WITH 9.2 MILLION 20TH DECEMBER 2013 There are approximately 9.2 million Chinese nationals who have relocated overseas, reports the state-run China News Service (CNS), citing a report by US thinktank Pew Research Center. The report, which was based on figures and research provided by the United Nations and World Bank, was made public on Dec. 17. It said that India leads with a total of 14.2 million migrants across the world, followed by Mexico with 13.2 million and Russia with 10.8 million. The United States remains the priority destination for many. In 1990, the total amount of global migrants was 154 million but the figure has surged to 232 million as of this year, the report said, adding there are a total of 46 million migrants now living in the United States, followed by 11 million in Russia. A vast majority of the 13.2 million migrants from Mex ...
Poll says majority of Americans aligned with Libertarian Party on foreign policy A poll released by the Pew Research Center indicates that more than ever, people are aligned with the LP's goals of less U.S. military intervention and more free trade. For the first time in nearly 40 years since the survey was first conducted, a majority (52 percent) say that the United States should "mind its own business internationally and let other countries get along the best they can on their own." Add foreign policy to the growing list of broad issues with which the American public is aligned with the Libertarian Party.
Trading Privacy for Security Americans are still willing to forgive the NSA's intrusions, but are U.S. friends abroad? BY BRUCE STOKES | NOVEMBER 5, 2013 The American people believe that the National Security Agency may have gone too far in spying on U.S. allies. They also think that the NSA has intruded on Americans' personal privacy in scooping up massive amounts of private phone calls and emails. But don't expect to see citizens taking to the streets. In fact, in the pursuit of terrorists, a majority will still trade privacy for security. And while it's pretty clear the NSA is watching, it's unclear to what extent Americans care. A new survey by the Pew Research Center found that 56 percent of Americans thought it unacceptable for the United States to monitor the phone calls of the leaders of allied nations, including Angela Merkel, the chancellor of Germany. Just 36 percent thought it acceptable. But then again, just 22 percent said they were following this story very closely. Americans are, however, ...
God's cherished promise of redemption on the exterior of B'nai Jeshurun Congregation (the Temple on the Heights), one of three Conservative Congregations in Cleveland, Ohio in the United States. Shalom Aaron, “You are a people holy to the LORD your God. Out of all the peoples on the face of the earth, the LORD has chosen you to be His treasured possession.” (Deuteronomy 14:2) According to a recent Pew Research Center poll, when asked about their religion, one-fifth of American Jews don't call themselves Jewish. “Jews of no religion are much less connected to the Jewish community, are much less engaged and involved in Jewish organizations and are much less likely to be raising their children Jewish as compared to Jews who describe themselves as Jews by religion,” states the Pew Research Center's Director of U.S. Religion Surveys, Greg Smith. (Times of Israel) Thirty percent of those interviewed did not identify with any denomination. Here in Israel, more than half are secular Jews. This includes .. ...
WHAT is up with these Elected REPUBLICAN FOLKS... gee... must be some emerged from the cabbage leaf last full moon ... + Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant (R) said Tuesday that the country's problems with education began when mothers "got in the workplace" in large numbers. During a Washington Post Live event on children's literacy, Bryant was asked why the country's state of education had become so "mediocre." "I think both parents started working," Bryant said. "The mom got in the work place." The Republican immediately sought to clarify his remarks, according to the Post, noting that “both parents are so pressured” in modern households. Bryant also pointed to a lack of investment in schools as a reason why other countries have surpassed the United States in educational outcomes. Last week, Pew Research Center released a study finding that mothers are the sole or primary earner in 40 percent of American households with children. The study sparked controversy when conservative pundit Erick Erickson s ...
An estimated 83 percent, or 9.2 million, of the 11.1 million people living in the United States illegally are Christians from Latin America and the Caribbean, according to a recent study by the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religion & Public Life.
The U.S. drone campaign against suspected terrorists is drawing new attention on Capitol Hill with the nomination of White House counterterrorism adviser John Brennan to be Director of Central Intelligence. But outside of the United States, opinion on the use of drones for targeted killings is alrea...
Listening to Janet Parshall last night on Moody Radio, I was shocked at what she had to say. According to studies conducted by The Pew Research Center and Harvard, the fastest growing religion in the United States is Islam. She went on further to say, that unless the current trend changes, that America will become a Muslim country by the year 2050. This in addition to President Obama and now President Clinton pressuring the Supreme Court of the United States to overturn The Defense of Marriage act, has set our country on a course of destruction. The only thing, and I mean ONLY THING that can turn the tide of all this, is a Heaven sent, Spirit born Revival of such magnitude that it sweeps across our nation like wildfire, changing the hearts and lives of all people. Thus bring their actions and behaviors in line with God and His plan for humanity. Which of course, is that all men would be saved from the penalty of their sins, by accepting the Lord Jesus Christ as their Saviour.
Tattoos Can Pose Health Hazards, Doctor Warns WebMD News from HealthDay By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, March 1 (HealthDay News) -- Tattoos have become increasingly popular in the United States in recent years, but along with that comes a rise in problems such as allergic reactions and infections, an expert says. More than one-third of Americans aged 18 to 25 report getting a tattoo, according to the Pew Research Center. But if you're thinking about getting "inked," there are some things to consider before you head to the tattoo parlor. "Since tattoos are not regulated in any way, there are many unknowns that could pose potential problems for consumers in terms of the inks and tools used," Dr. Michi Shinohara, a clinical assistant professor of dermatology at the University of Washington in Seattle, said in an American Academy of Dermatology news release. "It is especially important for consumers to be aware of the potential risks, report any problem that develops to the tattoo artist and see a ...
A Must Read!! Equal Opportunity, Our National Myth By JOSEPH STIGLITZ President Obama's second Inaugural Address used soaring language to reaffirm America's commitment to the dream of equality of opportunity: "We are true to our creed when a little girl born into the bleakest poverty knows that she has the same chance to succeed as anybody else, because she is an American; she is free, and she is equal, not just in the eyes of God but also in our own." The gap between aspiration and reality could hardly be wider. Today, the United States has less equality of opportunity than almost any other advanced industrial country. Study after study has exposed the myth that America is a land of opportunity. This is especially tragic: While Americans may differ on the desirability of equality of outcomes, there is near-universal consensus that inequality of opportunity is indefensible. The Pew Research Center has found that some 90 percent of Americans believe that the government should do everything it can to ensure ...
Facts Clergy Appreciation Day is always the second Sunday in October (Oct. 14, 2012), and October is celebrated as Clergy Appreciation Month. About 42,500 people serve as clergy in the United States. (Source: Occupational Employment Statistics, May 2011.) About 133 million people identify themselves as attendees of a Christian Church. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Statistical Abstract of the United States, 2012) Christians made up nearly a third of the estimated 2010 global population of 6.9 billion people. (Source: Global Christianity: A Report of the Size and Distribution of the World’s Christian Population, Pew Research Center, Dec. 2011) Hallmark first offered Clergy Appreciation cards in 2002.
Explore Scholarships for Hispanic Students By SCHOLARSHIP AMERICA January 24, 2013 RSS Feed Print The Hispanic Scholarship Fund is one of many sources Latino students can consider for college money. More than 50 million people in the United States identify as Hispanic, making the growing Latino population by far the largest minority group in the country. Though there are continued cultural, economic, and societal barriers to educational success, students of Hispanic descent have recently made significant gains. Graduation rates among Latino students jumped 10 percentage points between 2006 and 2010, according to the National Center for Education Statistics, and the number of Latinos enrolled in postsecondary education has grown from 2.9 percent in 1972 to 16.5 percent in 2011, based on Pew Research Center analysis. One of the biggest hurdles for Hispanics who have their sights set on attending college is the hefty price tag of education. Thankfully, there are many organizations and programs geared specif ...
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THIS HAS GOT TO CHANGE 31 years ago, the RNC entered into a consent agreement to settle a lawsuit brought by the DNC not to peruse suspected voter fraud or prevent voter fraud. The RNC has been held to that consent agreement to this day. Each time they go to court to remove the consent agreement, a particular judge comes out of retirement to rule against the RNC requests. New Jersey District Judge Dickinson R. Debevoise, appointed by Jimmy Carter, ruled to keep in place a 30-year-old restriction against the RNC “which is national in scope, limiting the Republican National Committee ‘s ability to engage or assist in voter fraud prevention” The judge cited voter suppression of minorities outweighing the impact of voter fraud. There are serious reasons for concern of voter fraud: 1) Pew Research Center states in 2012 - “Voter registration in the United States largely reflects its 19th-century origins and has not kept pace with advancing technology and a mobile society. States’ systems must be broug ...
Pew Research Center global opinion poll: "Much of the world cheered the November 6 re-election of U.S. pres­ident Barack Obama. But the president’s honeymoon may be short lived. Disap­pointment with Obama’s first term foreign policy may chal­lenge both his popu­larity and his ability to present a positive image of the United States around the globe."
Today, a century and a half after Charles Darwin published "On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection," the overwhelming majority of scientists in the United States accept Darwinian evolution as the basis for understanding how life on Earth developed. But although evolutionary theory is often portrayed as antithetical to religion, it has not destroyed the religious faith of the scientific community. According to a survey of members of the American Assn. for the Advancement of Science, conducted by the Pew Research Center in May and June this year, a majority of scientists (51%) say they believe in God or a higher power, while 41% say they do not.
Supporters of Barack Obama hailed their candidate’s ascension to America’s highest political office as ushering in a “post-partisan presidency.” The reasoning behind this wasn’t without reason. After all, Obama had announced at his 2004 Democratic Convention keynote address, “There is not a liberal America and a conservative America—there is the United States of America,” and had promised upon his inauguration “an end to the petty grievances and false promises, the recriminations and worn-out dogmas that for far too long have strangled our politics.” But almost four years into his presidency, Barack Obama presides over a more polarized America than any the Pew Research Center has polled in its quarter century of surveying political division on 48 separate issues. President Obama failed to convince a single Republican to vote for his signature achievement, the Affordable Care Act, and garnered just a handful of GOP supporters for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. As former Dem ...
Picket Fences Are Long Gone August 24, 2012 by Sam Rolley PHOTOS.COMThe American middle class is shrinking rapidly, and those holding on to the vestiges of the socioeconomic bracket once exemplary of the American dream now have it worse than ever before. This, according to a new study out from the Pew Research Center, is a trend that will most likely continue in the United States. As both President Barack Obama and challenger Mitt Romney attempt to make their case to the American public of how they plan to embolden the American middle class, the population segment is in the worst shape it’s been since World War II. In 1971, about 61 percent of American households were described as middle class. Today, just 51 percent fall into the group. The most rapid decline in middle-class affluence, according to Pew, has occurred over the past decade. According to Pew: For the middle-income group, the “lost decade” of the 2000s has been even worse for wealth loss than for income loss. The median income of the mi ...
Washington, DC – The Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC) is alarmed by new research from the Pew Research Center which paints Asian Americans overall as faring better than other groups in the United States. While it is important to highlight the successes of Asian American communities, SE...
President Obama delivers a speech “to the Muslim world” in Cairo on Thursday, June 4, 2009. (AP Photo)(CNSNews.com) – A strong majority of people in Egypt, 76 percent, do not want Barack Obama reelected president of the United States, according to a global survey by the Pew Research Center. The su...
msnbc shared the following link and had this to say about it: How much does international opinion of the US matter? overall confidence in and attitudes toward the United States have slipped since the beginning of President Barack Obama's presidency, a new survey of 21 countries by the Pew Research Center...
Muslim toddler removed from US flight An 18-month-old girl has been taken off a JetBlue Airways plane in the United States because her name appeared on a no-fly security list. The parents of the toddler, who were also taken off the plane, said on Friday that they were humiliated by the security officials’ action. “We were put on display like a circus act because my wife wears a hijab,” Riyanna's father told WPBF 25 News, ABC's local affiliate in West Palm Beach, Florida. He said the incident was motivated by prejudice because they are Muslims and of Middle Eastern descent. A JetBlue spokeswoman called it a “computer glitch” and stated that the airline was investigating the May 8 incident, which occurred at Fort Lauderdale airport in Florida. JetBlue also issued an apology to the family, who live in New Jersey. “We believe this was a computer glitch,” JetBlue said in a statement. “Our crewmembers followed the appropriate protocols, and we apologize to the family involved in this unfortunate ...
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