8 Arrested @ Detroit Water Shutoff Protest

Chester Clemons, a water shut-off technician for the city of Detroit, shuts off the water at a home in the Palmer Woods neighborhood of Detroit, Mich., on Wednesday,July 8, 2014. The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department is putting businesses on notice that it will shut off water service if they don’t pay their bills following […]

Filed under: Abuse, Civil Rights, Economy, Justice/Injustice, Photography, Places, Politics, Public | Posted on July 10th, 2014 by DSource4U | No Comments »

Crisis in the Ukrain… US and Western Disapproval

View Photo Gallery — Crimeans vote to join Russia:?Residents of the Ukrainian peninsula turned out in large numbers for the referendum. By Karen DeYoung and Griff Witte, Published: March 17 E-mail the writers The international crisis over Ukraine escalated sharply Monday as the United States and Europe imposed sanctions on senior Russian political and military figures, and Russian President Vladi­mir […]

Filed under: Abuse, Economy, In The News, International, Photography, Places, Politics, Public, Revolution & Unrest, The "Let's Change the WORLD" Movement, Vladimir Putin | Posted on March 18th, 2014 by DSource4U | No Comments »

Homelessness in the United States

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Homeless American Homelessness in the United States is an area of concern for social service providers, government officials, policy professionals, and humanity.[1] The number of homelesspeople grew in the 1980s, as housing and social service cuts increased and the economy deteriorated. The United States government determined that somewhere between 200,000 and […]

Filed under: Abuse, Children, Economy, Employment, Jobs, Neglect, Not In The News, Photography, Places, Public, Public Health Concerns, Statistics, The "Let's Change the WORLD" Movement | Posted on October 27th, 2013 by DSource4U | No Comments »

Could Colorado Split; Creating 51 United States?

If North Colorado became the 51st state today, it would be: » The 42nd largest state with 14,105,020 square miles » The 51st most populous state with 316,051 residents Greeley, population 95,357, would be the largest city and likely the state capital. How to form a new state Since it hasn’t been done in more […]

Filed under: Budget, Economy, Not In The News, Partisan, Places, Politics | Posted on July 13th, 2013 by DSource4U | No Comments »

Recovery Act Funding Received, by State…

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Filed under: Economy, Not In The News, Places, Statistics | Posted on September 9th, 2012 by DSource4U | No Comments »

Which Is More Important? (Values)

‘Unlimited Education’ Audio/Visual Concept (Shock Education) Click the EDUCATION TAB on our HOME PAGE, for more information.

Filed under: Budget, Children, Economy, Health Care, International, Not In The News, Places, Race & Politics, The "Let's Change the WORLD" Movement, Unlimited Education | Posted on August 15th, 2012 by DSource4U | No Comments »

Obama Alludes to how Mitt Romney opposed Auto Industry Bailout

President Obama Suggests Romney Shoveling ‘A Load of You-Know-What’ By Jake Tapper | ABC News – 7 hrs ago As Michigan Republicans headed to the polls Tuesday morning, President Obama delivered an aggressive defense of the bailout of the auto industry and his presidency in general, harshly criticizing GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney – though he never mentioned […]

Filed under: Economy, Elections, Employment, Labor Disputes, Places, Politicians, Politics, President Obama | Posted on February 28th, 2012 by DSource4U | No Comments »

US Cities That Gained & Lost The Most Jobs

Michael B. Sauter, Ashley C. Allen Wednesday, December 21, 2011 As economic conditions in the country improve, it is not enough to quote national statistics and vague data. Tangible, localized measures often paint a much clearer picture of the recovery across the nation. And one of the best is new jobs growth. Between November 2010 […]

Filed under: Economy, Employment, Places, Statistics | Posted on December 21st, 2011 by DSource4U | No Comments »

Culture Shock (The American Dream of an Island Native)

Culture Shock (The American Dream of an Island Native) View more presentations from Dale Davis D-Source This is a true story, Co-Authored by yours truly and Gloria Lewis. It is about a young and naive girl from the Island and Nation of  Barbados, who caught the eye of a young man, who was visiting from America. […]

Filed under: Budget, Children, Children, D-Source, Economy, Education, Education, Elections, Employment, Entertainment, Immigration, International, Justice, Men, Philosophy, Photography, Places, Politics, Politics, President Obama, Race, Race, Race & Politics, Recognition, Relationships, Relationships, Religion, The "Let's Change the WORLD" Movement, Unlimited Education for Our Children, What's New in "The Movement", Women | Posted on July 22nd, 2011 by DSource4U | 1 Comment »

‘Culture Shock!’

‘Culture Shock!’ (The American Dream of an Island Native) Join Aubry Padmore with special guest Gloria Lewis & Dale Lewis Authors of “Culture Schock” on “The REal Book Talk” Monday, May 16th, 2011 at 8:30pm, EDT (http://www.caribvoiceradio.org/) The scene is set in the Caribbean, where a young woman of humble upbringing has caught the eye […]

Filed under: Authors, Children, D-Source, Economy, Education, Education, Employment, Entertainment, Health Care, Immigration, International, Justice, Labor Disputes, Philosophy, Places, Politics, Politics, President Obama, Race, Race, Race & Politics, Relationships, Relationships, Religion, The "Let's Change the WORLD" Movement, Unlimited Education for Our Children, What's New in "The Movement" | Posted on May 11th, 2011 by DSource4U | 3 Comments »

Zeitgeist: “Let’s Change the WORLD”

D-Source This is an amazing movie that I highly recommend taking the time to watch, full screen. Pop some popcorn and sit back for the long haul. This is ‘Unlimited Education’. For more information on ‘Unlimited Education’, click the tab at the top of our Home Page. Your comments are welcome, encouraged and appreciated! This […]

Filed under: Business, Children, D-Source, Ecology, Economy, Education, Employment, International, Not In The News, Philosophy, Places, Politics, Public Health Concerns, Race, Statistics, The "Let's Change the WORLD" Movement, The Truth, U.S. Military, Unlimited Education for Our Children, Videos, What's New in "The Movement" | Posted on March 21st, 2011 by DSource4U | No Comments »

Republicans: First Immigrants; Now American Workers’ Civil Rights?

Scott Olson / Getty Images   Wisconsin’s GOP-dominated government is poised to deliver one of the strongest blows to unions in years. Full story  |    Live: Assembly votes CARLOS JAVIER ORTIZ  /  EPA Protesters get kicked out by police from the Wisconsin state assembly chamber as they try to block access to the chambers in Madison, Wisconsin […]

Filed under: Budget, Business, Economy, Employment, In The News, Labor Disputes, Ohio, Places, Politicians, Politics, Revolution & Unrest, The "Let's Change the WORLD" Movement, What's New in "The Movement" | Posted on March 10th, 2011 by DSource4U | No Comments »

Worst US Cities for Finding a Job in 2011

  Feb 24, 2011 Provided by: By Jacquelyn Smith, Forbes.com If you’ve exhausted all other options, relocating can be a smart move for improving your job prospects–but be sure to check where people are hiring, and in what industries before you pack your bags and go. The scrumptious Cajun cuisine and sweet jazz of New […]

Filed under: Business, Economy, Employment, Not In The News, Photography, Places, Statistics | Posted on March 2nd, 2011 by DSource4U | No Comments »

American Cities that are Bleeding People…

by Michael B. Sauter Saturday, January 1, 2011 provided by The population of the United States has increased steadily by roughly 2.5 million people every year since World War II. Throughout prosperity and hard times, Americans continue to have families. Many of the country’s regions have expanded to accommodate this population increase. Some cities have […]

Filed under: Economy, Places, Statistics | Posted on January 2nd, 2011 by DSource4U | No Comments »

America’s Most Affordable Cities

Your take-home pay will go farther in these low-cost metros. By Francesca Levy, Forbes.com Oct 28, 2010 Provided by: Oklahoma may be best known for wind sweepin’ down the plain and corn that’s as high as an elephant’s eye. But there’s a lot more going on in the Sooner State than Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals […]

Filed under: Economy, Places | Posted on October 31st, 2010 by DSource4U | No Comments »

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