Childless genetic dead rules Europe, 12 EU leaders have no children
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Childlessness among European leaders is becoming an increasing dangerous trend as normal people usually look up to their leaders and tend to do what they do as a perfect recipe for success but are these leaders even suited to be role models?
Demographics in Europe are a disaster. Among native white Europeans they stand somewhere around 0.9 to 1.1. Back in 2006 an in depth study revealed countries like France having only 1.8 children per Christian family. Germany had a 1.3 rate and Italy 1.2. Throughout the entire European continent the child rate was only 1.38. Today the rate is worse then ever before and keep in mind, the study was conducted on a religious basis, Christians vs Muslims, not on a racial basis. There were and are many of non-Muslim immigrants in Europe as well such as Africans, Indians, Pakistanis, East Asians, etc. Childless white Europe is dying right before our eyes.
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This afternoon, OKGOP Chair Pam Pollard posted her take on the state budget situation, as negotiations between Republican and Democratic leadership appear to have stalled once again, likely setting up a special session (either after the regular session…
an excerpt from Bill Shappard – The message from state agencies and legislators over the last few months has been, for the most part, that the state has cut too much from government budgets and there is no more wasteful spending now. But, that isn’t what Oklahomans think. According to the SoonerPoll Quarterly Poll, an overwhelming 87 percent of likely voting Oklahomans believe more efficiency can sti […]
Read the full article at SoonerPolitics.org here.
THE HARD CHOICE
Last week I wrote a column that was very critical of our Governor Mary Fallin; while I do not want to be accused of beating a dead horse, the issue of the state budget needs to be of concern to every citizen of Oklahoma. In a recent article Governor Fallin threatened to veto any budget that that contains deep cuts to state agencies. At a Capitol news conference surrounded by state employees, heath care providers, agency heads and others, she made the comment that she has had to make some hard votes because the citizens of this state are demanding that no agencies or core services will have devastating cuts. I have noticed that politicians such as Fallin like to surround themselves with doomsday prophets that, for the most part, feed at the public trough. I have also found that making hard choices with someone else’s money is a whole lot easier than making hard choices with one’s own money. Making hard choices is definitely not limited to the government class; I would like to share the kind of hard choices we in the private sector have to make every day.
May 18, 2017 by Dr. Eowyn |
Yesterday, on the Internet chat forum 4chan, an individual who goes by the alias of Anonymous (ID: rhotYJAg) claimed to be a surgery resident at Washington Hospital Center who had attended to Seth Rich — the 27-year-0ld Democratic National Committee (DNC) staffer who leaked thousands of damaging DNC emails to WikiLeaks.
read more at https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2017/05/18/surgeon-at-seth-richs-hospital-says-his-wounds-were-not-fatal/comment-page-1/
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Republican Businessman Brian Walters Announces for Senate District 45 Seat
South Oklahoma City businessman Brian Walters announced today that he will be a Republican candidate in the special election to fill the vacant Senate District 45 seat.
“Given the financial problems our state government faces, we need people with real-world experience dealing with large-scale financial forecasting and budgeting,” Walters said. “I have an extensive background in financial planning and business development. That quality is glaringly lacking at the Oklahoma Capitol, which is one reason the state keeps generating huge shortfalls year-in and year-out.”
Walters is owner of an estate settlement service company, helping families deal with the challenges of addressing business and estate issues after losing a loved one. Prior to that, Walters was Director of Finance and Administration for a farm equipment company, overseeing more than $100 million in revenue. In that position, he developed analytics and benchmarks for monthly operating results and financial reviews including budgets, revenue and inventory forecasts. Throughout his career, he has been responsible for financial operations at several business organizations.