Hello and welcome to the second installment on MMND. Today we will do things a little differently, due to the Holiday there weren’t many stories released on Friday that would qualify for our regular approach. Instead, headlines from various news sources across the country will be the focus. The same basic question will apply however: when will the Corporate Media focus on these important stories?
As a reminder to news editors in Corporate Media establishments. Well over 2/3rds of us Americans are paying attention.
IndyStar.com has some gut-wrenching statistics posted regarding child-poverty.
The number of Hoosier children living in poverty has increased by nearly 21 percent since 2000, a growth rate nearly twice that of the U.S. average for the period.
If these statistics do not cause a major upheaval in the way Indiana allocates it’s resources, there is little hope for Indiana in the future.