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Old 9th Nov 2014, 15:40
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The OECD seems to suggest otherwise
And we're back to square one: You measure government aid given.

We prefer individuals to decide for themselves if they want to give, not be forced to via government taxes.

But, as long as you are on this, I wonder if the U.S.' percentage increases considering the perpetual subsidy given by hosting the UN headquarters?

More than a few pennies involved there, every year not just for an annual survey.

I'd be happy to really show the U.S.' cheapness and have that ultimate charity move elsewhere.

But remaining on topic, here's another meaningless poll/statistic that those that want to attempt to control me whether I want them to or not, will not like:

Poll: Record number of Americans think guns make homes safer - The Week
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