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The U.S. has been giving away a lot of food in recent years.

So much food, in fact, has America given away that its own emergency food reserves are shockingly low.

There was a time, not too long ago, that by law the U.S. government was forced to maintain emergency food provisions for every man, woman and child in the country for three years.

That was considered good stewardship through much of the 1960s. It was a program put together by men who read the Bible and recalled the idea Joseph gave the Egyptian Pharaoh to avoid famine in the seven lean years.

But then the political winds of change began to blow through America. There were calls in Congress to bail out starving nations throughout the world. There were even actions to bail out America’s enemies – like the Soviet Union.

Within 20 years, the grain elevators were virtually empty – yet the amount of food given away as direct aid to foreign nations continued to increase.

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