Monday, November 28, 2011

The Wrong Direction the U.S. is Heading Towards

This is one very intelligent young lady, I suspect her brother is as well even though a bit shy, that knows what she would like for her life. Sadly her and so many others probably will be blocked from reaching those goals with the way some are fighting to destroy what this country once was heading to and especially in education,for education isn't perceived as life learning but by a very expensive piece of paper, just having is enough not if one is actually educated, and the expense is growing, as they seek to keep the masses out of the higher education industry and maintain that for their own or the few chosen by them!!

At another time, not to far back, I would say she would attain her goals as would others with their dreams, now not so!

Hard Times Generation: Families living in cars
November 27, 2011 - More than 16 million children are now living in poverty and, for many of them, a proper home is elusive. Some cash-strapped families stay with relatives; others move into motels or homeless shelters. But, as Scott Pelley reports, sometimes those options run out, leaving an even more desperate choice: living in their cars. 60 Minutes returns to Florida, home to one third of America's homeless families, to find out what life is like for the epidemic's youngest survivors.

The following is a script of "Hard Times Generation" which aired on Nov. 27, 2011. Scott Pelley is correspondent, Bob Anderson and Nicole Young, producers. read more>>>

Florida fights for homeless families November 28, 2011

Schools in Seminole County, Fla., invited homeless families in an event organized by the community to hear about the services available to help them get back on their feet. Scott Pelley reports. more>>>

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