may not have heard of the American Community Survey, but you will.
The national census, which historically is taken every ten years,
has expanded to quench the federal bureaucracy’s ever-growing
thirst to govern every aspect of American life. The new survey,
unlike the traditional census, is taken each and every year at a
cost of hundreds of millions of dollars. And it’s not brief.
It contains 24 pages of intrusive questions concerning matters that
simply are none of the government’s business, including your
job, your income, your physical and emotional heath, your family
status, your dwelling, and your intimate personal habits. ....
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