Thursday, February 20, 2014

NYC: More Black Babies Killed by Abortion Than Born

By Michael W. Chapman

( – In 2012, there were more black babies killed by abortion (31,328) in New York City than were born there (24,758), and the black children killed comprised 42.4% of the total number of abortions in the Big Apple, according to a report by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
The report is entitled, Summary of Vital Statistics 2012 The City of New York, Pregnancy Outcomes, and was prepared by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Office of Vital Statistics. (See  Pregnancy Outcomes NYC Health 2012.pdf)
Table 1 of the report presents the total number of live births, spontaneous terminations (miscarriages), and induced terminations (abortions) for women in different age brackets between 15 and 49 years of age. The table also breaks that data down by race – Hispanic, Asian and Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Black – and also by borough of residence: Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island.
The numbers show that in 2012, there were 31,328 induced terminations (abortions) among non-Hispanic black women in New York City.  That same year, there were 24,758 live births for non-Hispanic black women in New York City.  There were  6,570 more abortions than live births of black children.
In total, there were 73,815 abortions, which means the 31,328 black babies aborted comprised 42.4% of the total abortions.
For Hispanic women, there were 22,917 abortions in New York City in 2012, which is 31% of the total abortions.
Black and Hispanic abortions combined, 54,245 babies, is 73% of the total abortions in the Big Apple in 2012.
The number of non-Hispanic white abortions was 9,704, and the number of Asian and Pacific Islander abortions was 4,493.
The total number of live births in New York City in 2012 for women ages 15-49 was 123,231. That is a rate of 14.8 live births per 1,000 women, which is the lowest rate since 1979, according to the report. In addition, the live birth rate (per 1,000 women) has declined 3.9% since 2003, when it was a 15.4 rate, states the report. (See Pregnancy Outcomes NYC Health 2012.pdf)
In addition, while there were 73,815 abortions in New York City in 2012, the rate of abortions per 1,000 women is down 8.6% since 2011, according to the report.
Although the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have not published their abortion statistics for 2011 or 2012 yet, they do have data for 2010.  (See Table 12.)  In the CDC’s numbers, there were 38,574 black babies killed by abortion in New York City in 2010; Hispanic babies aborted, 27,112; white babies killed by abortion, 9,220; and “other” aborted, 5,368.  The total abortions in New York City in 2010 “reported by known race/ethnicity” were 80,274, according to the CDC.
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Wednesday, February 5, 2014

2000% ROI?

Mines Management

(Ticker: MGN)

Silver Stock Report

by Jason Hommel, January 30, 2014

Mines Management. I own shares. The company has not paid me to write this article.
Market Cap: $20 million at $.70/share
Primary Asset: Montanore Project. Net Present Value about $700 million. Source: page 10 of the recent company presentation. Company Presentation.pdf Let the PDF load for a bit, be patient.
If the stock price goes up to match the net present value of the project, this means that the stock price could go up to a share price in excess of $20/share. (The math: $700M/$20M x .70/share = $20/share!)
From montanore-overview
"Mines Management's wholly owned Montanore Project hosts one of the world's largest Silver-Copper deposits containing in-situ mineralization estimated at more than 230 million ounces of silver and nearly 2 billion pounds of copper, not considering dilution or sub-economic mineralized zones."
Me again: $230 million oz. of silver, x $20/oz. = a value of $4.6 billion worth of silver. And 2 billion pounds of copper x $3.20/lb. = $6 billion worth of copper. This project has $10 billion worth of metals in the ground!
Again, from montanore-overview
"The project has already undergone extensive engineering, and is designed with an initial production capacity of approximately 12,500 tons per day estimated to yield 8 million ounces of silver and 60 million pounds of copper, with the added potential to increase production."
Me again. 8 million oz. of silver, x $20/oz. = $160 million per year. 60 million pounds of copper x $3.20/lb. = $192 million. Adding them together is $352 million per year.
Again, this company has a $20 million market cap!!
Yes, but is it economic? Very. The company estimates an operating cash cost of $22.51/tonne. (page 10) of the Company Presentation.pdf But the ore contains $90/tonne worth of silver and copper. (page 9) of the Company Presentation.pdf
This means that this project can make billions and billions of dollars for shareholders, EVEN IF THE SILVER PRICE STAYS THE SAME AND DOES NOT GO UP!
Again. I own shares. Mines Management has not paid me to write about the company.
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