American Exceptionalism | MADE IN AMERICA
Are we number one in police killings of itscitizens on Earth? Possibly. There aren't any real numbers on this(although Congress instructed the Attorney General back in 1994 tocompile and publish annual statistics on police use of excessiveforce, this was quite conveniently never carried out, and the FBIdoes not collect this data either). But independent researchershave estimated that somewhere between 500 and 1,000 Americans arekilled by the police each year. Police killed in the line of dutywas 122 in 2012 and 100 in 2013. So somewhere between 5 and 10times more citizens are killed by police, then kill police.
American Exceptionalism: An Oxymoron? | HuffPost
A standard statistical measure of inequalityis the Gini index; the higher that value, the greater theinequality. Ours is 45%. By contrast, the average Gini coefficientfor the Scandinavian countries -- Denmark, Finland, Norway, andSweden, is about 25%. Income equality and social mobility are veryclosely correlated. In general, countries with less incomeinequality have much greater social mobility. So, if you want tolive the American dream, move to a Scandinavian country.
This deindustrialization of the United Stateseconomy has been occurring while our infrastructure has beendecaying. The American Society of Civil Engineers scorecard givesus an overall rating of D+. The breakdown by category is: aviationa D; bridges a C+; dams a D; drinking water a D; energy a D+;hazardous waste a D; inland waterways a D; levees a D-; ports a C;public parks and recreation a C-; rail a C+; roads a D; schools aD; solid waste a B-; transit a D; and wastewater a D. It isestimated that we will need upwards of a 4 trillion USD investmentby 2020 to bring these dismal scores up. A couple of million goodpaying jobs could be created literally overnight to deal with thisshameful situation. Why aren't we doing this in the middle of adepression?
American exceptionalism - | National Review
What is called health care, is in truth, thedis-eased, allopathic, slice, chemo, radiate and drug pushingpoison medical system to slowly sicken and kill you, whilst at thesame time, stealing most of your money. Somehow all of these otherdeveloped countries who spend far less, cover all their citizens(or at least the vast majority), who by the way, just happen toalso live healthier and longer lives. There isn't any compassionnor health prevention in our sick system, but there is certainlyhuge amounts of "legal" insurance theft, which our government isnow trying to force upon all of us with the euphemisticallyentitled, Affordable Health Care for America Act.
Articles about American Exceptionalism - latimes
A charter of negative liberties translates to the Constitution is insufficient because it tells government what it can’t do. Those are the “negative liberties.” The First Amendment is a negative liberty because it says what the government can’t do. The Second Amendment is a negative liberty because it says what the government can’t do, which is the sole reason for our exceptionalism: Limiting government and maintaining the primacy of the individual human being regardless of race, sex, creed, fake womb, or what have you.
American Exceptionalism Revisited | The American Conservative
OBAMA: America is not the world’s policeman. Terrible things happen across the globe, and it is beyond our means to right every wrong. But when, with modest effort and risk, we can stop children from being gassed to death and thereby make our own children safer over the long run, I believe we should act. That’s what makes America different. That’s what makes us exceptional.
Oliver Stone: The myth of American exceptionalism
It is through their evil usury that the Jewscontrol almost every central bank of the world; and from that, theycontrol almost all media, every major television and radio station,every major newspaper and magazine, every Hollywood movie, everymajor publisher of books and the academia from kindergarten throughpost-doctorate. They also have total control of every majorcorporation, the medical system, the judicial system and nearlyevery single politician. So, when you are going through these nextsections on American exceptionalism, please keep these facts inmind.