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How the government has changed the way we value our neighbors

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WASHINGTON, DC - OCTOBER 5: Sunrise at the U.S. Capitol as the federal government shut down goes in to its fifth day on October 5, 2013 in Washington, DC. The House will vote today on the measure to restore back pay to federal employees who have been furloughed during the shutdown before recessing until Monday. The vote is expected to pass with bipartisan support. (Photo by Chris Maddaloni/Getty Images)

In order to take our money and then spend it, the government comes in and convinces us they are our savior and the only ones that can save us from ourselves.

Kate Dalley talks about how government programs have changed the way we look and value others in our society. She states that the more the government provides services for us the less we do for each other, and the less we reach out to each other.

Kate explains how back in the 1800's we looked after each other and relied on each other, because there was no backup plan. She feels we don't need the government to step in with programs for us as we gain character through service.

Listen to more episodes of "The Kate Show" with Kate Dalley on TheBlaze Contributors.

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