Uncle Sam Plantation
",Through the welfare system, "Uncle Sam has developed a sophisticated poverty plantation, operated by a federal government, overseen by bureaucrats, protected by media elite, and financed by the taxpayers.

Author Star Parker defines Uncle Sam’s Plantation as: welfare, unemployment benefits, etc. It had some great quotes to pull as well. Uncle Sam Plantation, originally known as Constancia, was a historic sugar plantation and elaborate Greek Revival-style mansion on the Mississippi River, near Convent in St. James Parish, Louisiana.It was established during the 1810s, with the main house and numerous outbuildings built by Samuel Pierre Auguste Fagot between 1829 and 1843. It shows real poor compared to the poor nowadays. I loved this book and recommend it often.What a great view from inside the Welfare system. The tone openly admonishes conspiracy theory in favor of open honest and of thus (as argued), politically incorrect, rhetoric. Parker herself was once poor and took advantage of welfare programs, but she climbed out of poverty through hard work and determination. She really lays out the mentality behind our dependence on social welfare programs. The social programs are not helping the poor. As I prepare to write and publish my first Blog site and eBook, going through the books I've read ten - fifteen years ago and look at where we are now as a people is appalling.

Parker shares her own amazing journey up from the lower rungs of the economic system and addresses the importance of extending the free market system to this neglected group of people. The two great heroes of this book are freedom and personal responsibility, and the two great villains are what Parker calls liberalism and moral relativism.This book was incredibly frustrating. It's A Donald Thing. Star Parker has received death threats from her own race and hateful comments while trying to persuade African-Americans of the destruction welfare is causing to their heritage. Author Star Parker defines Uncle Sam’s Plantation as: welfare, unemployment benefits, etc.In my opinion, nothing beats the voice of experience.
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I have a guilty feeling that I have some conservative views myself but I do not consider myself a conservative. Pierre Auguste Samuel Fagot built Uncle Sam Plantation during the 1840s. Great book and a great story of success.I would probably rate this as 2 and a half.

Star Parker gives historical background on Roosevelt’s New Deal, President Johnson’s War on Poverty and about current government programs. Exterior view of smaller house. It was established after the War of 1812 by Colonel Joseph Constance, but it was acquired by Pierre Auguste Samuel Fagot of La Rochelle, France in 1829. I'm tired of being treated as though because I don't believe in social programs, I don't care about the poor. Uncle Sam Plantation, Convent, St James Parish, Louisiana. At the very least reading this will give you a perspective not often talked about without yelling/screaming at Cable or Radio-- and if you're honest with y.While written with a few tongue in cheek lines here and there (my favorite was the barb on France-- then again, who doesn't give France a hard time?) A good book should make you think, not think for you.I couldn't get through the entire book, but it did bring to light some important observations and perspectives of how this country enables the poor to stay poor.Exceeded my expectations! The Uncle Sam Plantation is a demolished plantation in Convent, Louisiana. The plantation was one of the most extensive sugar cane plantations in its time. She would never have to work a regular job for legal money ever again if she chose.

Working with the poor, I see these issues played out in real life. Apr 16, 2019 - Uncle Sam Plantation, originally known as Constancia, was a historic sugar plantation and elaborate Greek Revival-style mansion. Ms. Parker was interviewed about her book [Uncle Sam's Plantation: How Big Government Enslaves America's Poor and What We Can Do About It], published by WND Books. Parker learned to obtain food stamps, free hous.In my opinion, nothing beats the voice of experience. This is my opinion and I endorse this. I got hooked on her advocacy work when she appeared on Fox News and MSNBC several years ago to serve up hard-hitting facts about the role Uncle Sam plays in feeding us sh** and making us believe its cookies.

As someone who grew up in subsidized housing, on may of the programs she discusses, this book has the ring of truth for anyone brave enough to set aside pre-conceived ideas.I couldn't put it down. Uncle Sam Plantation was located downriver from Donaldsonville in St. James Parish and was the largest plantation built in Louisiana.

I completely lost the thread of her arguments because of her terrible style of persuasion, if you can even call it that. "Thirty-five years of Great Society social engineering have forced the disadvantaged to live under the control of the federal government.Politicians control their housing, their food supply, their schooling, their wages, and their transportation.A centralized government makes decisions about their childcare, healthcare, and retirement. Brick foundations of a slave hospital, sugar mill, sugar house, and of one unidentified house remained.Date added: September 1, 2015

",Through the welfare system, "Uncle Sam has developed a sophisticated poverty plantation, operated by a federal government, overseen by bureaucrats, protected by media elite, and financed by the taxpayers.

Author Star Parker defines Uncle Sam’s Plantation as: welfare, unemployment benefits, etc. It had some great quotes to pull as well. Uncle Sam Plantation, originally known as Constancia, was a historic sugar plantation and elaborate Greek Revival-style mansion on the Mississippi River, near Convent in St. James Parish, Louisiana.It was established during the 1810s, with the main house and numerous outbuildings built by Samuel Pierre Auguste Fagot between 1829 and 1843. It shows real poor compared to the poor nowadays. I loved this book and recommend it often.What a great view from inside the Welfare system. The tone openly admonishes conspiracy theory in favor of open honest and of thus (as argued), politically incorrect, rhetoric. Parker herself was once poor and took advantage of welfare programs, but she climbed out of poverty through hard work and determination. She really lays out the mentality behind our dependence on social welfare programs. The social programs are not helping the poor. As I prepare to write and publish my first Blog site and eBook, going through the books I've read ten - fifteen years ago and look at where we are now as a people is appalling.

Parker shares her own amazing journey up from the lower rungs of the economic system and addresses the importance of extending the free market system to this neglected group of people. The two great heroes of this book are freedom and personal responsibility, and the two great villains are what Parker calls liberalism and moral relativism.This book was incredibly frustrating. It's A Donald Thing. Star Parker has received death threats from her own race and hateful comments while trying to persuade African-Americans of the destruction welfare is causing to their heritage. Author Star Parker defines Uncle Sam’s Plantation as: welfare, unemployment benefits, etc.In my opinion, nothing beats the voice of experience.

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