‘Around 46 million Americans now regularly depend on food banks and soup kitchens to keep themselves and their families from going hungry.
That figure accounts for one-out-of-seven people in the United States, and the need for these facilities is growing – despite the alleged current ‘economic recovery’ we hear so much about in the media.
And as our nation continues to spend millions per day on military operations in foreign countries, food assistance programs at home are being defunded.’
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