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  1. #1 Food stamp cut hits Ky. county harder than most 
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    With a median household income of just over $19,000, Kentucky's Owsley County finds 53 percent of residents' personal income comes from government benefits.
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    "The drop came ahead of the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon Johnson's call for a "War on Poverty," an initiative aimed at expanding the government's role in education and health care as poverty reduction strategies"

    I've had numerous failed strategies in my life. I abandoned them for new strategies. Radical concept huh?
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    Any time the government says "War On" it's something they're trying to support or produce. Anytime the government says something helpful like "Affordable, Patriot, or Clean Skies" they really mean its opposite. Once you realize that, it's easy to read the roadmap.
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