Poverty

 
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Illegitimate ‘compassion’

By Marvin Olasky
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Politics | Good. A necessary message with an ugly word is finally getting out. For years conservatives have railed against “compassionate conservatism,” associating…

Boot camp not welfare benefits

By Cal Thomas
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Welfare | BELFAST, Northern Ireland—Since his party’s impressive election victory in May, British Prime Minister David Cameron is moving quickly to fulfill his…

Where are they now?

By Jae Wasson, Katlyn Babyak & Onize Ohikere
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Hope Award | A look at the finalists from our effective compassion competition in 2006

Edifying CHAT

By Emily Belz
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Hope Award | East Region Winner: Richmond neighborhood group helps poor students thrive

New York, University of California adopt $15 minimum wage

By Jae Wasson
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Business | Maybe New York’s fast-food workers shouldn’t be celebrating their new $15 minimum wage. While advocates for a higher minimum wage say it will help…

Tiny, powerful heartbeats

By Marvin Olasky
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Hope Award | South Region Winner: Miami clinic gives thousands of poor and mostly minority women the resources to help them choose life for their unborn children

Children of hers

By Marvin Olasky
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Poverty | The unsung legacy of an anti-poverty warrior

‘A home to come to’

By Sophia Lee
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Hope Award | West Region Winner: Hope House takes in children whom others have abandoned and shows them a loving, heavenly Father

Michigan’s homeless makeover

By Daniel James Devine
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Hope Award | Midwest Region Winner: Detroit-area center helps transform homeless, addicted, and despondent men and women into workers and homeowners

Little platoons, under attack

Little platoons, under attack

By Marvin Olasky
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Hope Award | Our 10th annual Hope Awards come as Christian poverty-fighting groups face an unprecedented challenge

Britain proposes limiting tax credits to two children

Britain proposes limiting tax credits to two children

By Kiley Crossland
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Family | British lawmakers want to limit child tax credits to a woman’s first two children, according to a new budget presented by the majority Conservative Party in…

Obama administration to subsidize internet access for poor families

Obama administration to subsidize internet access for poor families

By Jae Wasson
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Technology | Low-income families who can’t afford internet access at home will get subsidized access from the government under a program President Barack Obama unveiled…

 
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