by Glenn Mollette

America and the World Are Hurting
Dr. Glenn W. Mollette

America is hurting but the world is hurting. Every time we turn on the television there is a loss of life through battles in the streets, conflicts in governments, religious groups warring with each other. If you are like me you are tired of all the war and the hurt in the world. Jesus told his disciples that in the last days there will be wars and rumors of wars. (Matthew 24:6)

Millions of Americans and people around the planet everyday are clueless about their next meal.

Millions of people everyday are looking for a job while millions more are exhausted from looking for a job and have given up.

Families in every town every day have given up their health insurance because the costs continue to get higher and higher and higher.

American seniors are unsure how they will financially make it.
Will they have food to eat and be able to go to the doctor? All over American seniors seventy to eighty five years old are working minimum wage jobs to keep food on their tables.

Many adults are clueless about how they will go to college. The average family cannot send their child to a college that costs $40,000 a year. Many young adults borrow thousands, graduate from college in a ton of debt and then can't find a job.

All the while America goes trillions of dollars into debt. We borrow money from China, and then let China, Mexico and India have all of our jobs, and the same time we want to clamp down on Americans to give the government more and more of our taxes while Americans become poorer and poorer.

The average American spends half of what he makes in taxes. And it's just not the federal tax, FICA tax, Medicare tax, unemployment tax, there is state tax, local county taxes, and city taxes. You think that's the end of it? What about gasoline tax? Here is someone working at Walmart and making $200 a week. Their paycheck is taxed and then the person spends $100 to fill up the tank an ...

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