Chicago Hell: 53% increase in shootings and killings compared to the same time last year

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We moved our son Lars out of Chicago a few months ago because the City has become hell on earth. It always been a very violent city, but it is getting worse.

How are you doping today? Here is an awesome reminder from Billy Graham:

There are many things in life we need to flee in order to stay close to the Lord. We need to flee pride — that tendency to think of ourselves more highly than we ought — and instead live with humility. We need to avoid causing strife and jealousy, and self- centeredness that prompts such behavior. We need to avoid abusive language and instead develop a Spirit-controlled tongue.

We cannot depend on our own strength and ability or even our own self-discipline. Reading and obeying God’s Word will strengthen us in life. “He brought us forth by the word of truth…. Let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath; for the wrath of man does not produce the righteousness of God” (James 1:18-20). May we keep our eyes on God.

Chicago violence: 9 killed, 37 shot in bloody Thanksgiving Day weekend
Officials in Chicago reported a violent Thanksgiving Day weekend in the city that resulted in 37 shooting victims, including nine who died from their injuries.

Read in Fox News: https://apple.news/Aemwtlt4PSeC5ag-ytbm2cw

Shared from Apple News

With around half of Americans worried about getting COVID-19, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2020’s Safest Cities in America, as well as accompanying videos.

To determine where Americans can feel most protected against life’s hazards, including nonphysical forms of danger, WalletHub compared more than 180 U.S. cities across 42 key metrics. The data set ranges from COVID-19 cases in the past seven days per 100,000 residents and assaults per capita to the unemployment rate and road quality.

Safest Cities in America Least Safe Cities in America
1. Columbia, MD 173. Chattanooga, TN
2. South Burlington, VT 174. Oklahoma City, OK
3. Plano, TX 175. Memphis, TN
4. Nashua, NH 176. Baton Rouge, LA
5. Lewiston, ME 177. Jackson, MS
6. Burlington, VT 178. Detroit, MI
7. Salem, OR 179. Birmingham, AL
8. Virginia Beach, VA 180. San Bernardino, CA
9. Raleigh, NC 181. St. Louis, MO
10. Gilbert, AZ 182. Fort Lauderdale, FL

Safest vs. Least Safe

  • Irvine, California, has the fewest aggravated assault incidents (per 100,000 residents), 23.58, which is 60.5 times fewer than in Detroit, the city with the most at 1,426.82.
  • Port St. Lucie, Florida, has the fewest thefts (per 1,000 residents), 8.74, which is 9.1 times fewer than in Springfield, Missouri, the city with the most at 79.81.
  • Washington has the most law-enforcement employees (per 100,000 residents), 641, which is 5.8 times more than in Irvine, California, the city with the fewest at 111.
  • St. Paul, Minnesota, has among the fewest pedestrian fatalities (per 100,000 residents), 0.32, which is 24 times fewer than in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the city with the most at 7.67.

To read the full report and your city’s rank, please visit:
https://wallethub.com/edu/safest-cities-in-america/41926/

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