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Sixty-four Percent of Schoolchildren Fed on Federal Subsidies

Tincan Joey Wrote: Mar 13, 2013 8:59 PM
Are will still going to reward these unfit parents with more and more welfare...probably.
Not so long ago in this republic, most parents of school-age children would frequently visit grocery stores where they would use their own money to buy things like peanut butter and jelly, and bologna and cheese to make lunches for their kids to haul to school in brown paper bags.

It was an American tradition.

Now, like other great things about America, brown-bag lunches are being driven to extinction by politicians seeking inordinate government control over our lives.

In fiscal year 1969 (which started in 1968), there were approximately 47,906,000 American children enrolled in elementary and high schools, according to the...