Our 48 Million Poor
In the Neighborhood
7/11/16, SARASOTA, FL --
The Annie E. Casey Foundation reports that in 2013, 11,888 children in Sarasota County were living at or below the poverty line. This equates to a staggering 20.4% of the county's children.
7/11/16, BALTIMORE, MD --
The Annie E. Casey Foundation reports that in 2014, 183,531 Maryland children were living at or below the poverty level. This equates to 13.8% of Maryland's kids. For the City of Baltimore, the numbers are even more horrific: 32.2% of Baltimore kids (41,670).
September 2015, WASHINGTON D.C. --
2014 Census Bureau data: 46.7 million Americans in poverty; 14.8% of the population.
From Our Blog
Plant Today For a Better Tomorrow
Warren Buffett may be Open Door America's favorite rich man. He just seems to get it.
Recently, we ran across a January 2017 replay of a Warren Buffet interview on the Charlie Rose show. We like what he said about life and time:
"I can buy anything I want, but I can't buy time. There is no way I will ever be able to buy more time."