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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…

More on our tangled welfare net

More on our tangled welfare net

By Marvin Olasky
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Welfare | Several readers have wanted to know more about the plight of the family whose story is the basis for a recent book—Andrea Campbell’s Trapped in America’s

A laboratory for failed liberal policies

By Cal Thomas
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Cities | Attorney General Loretta Lynch has announced a Justice Department investigation to determine whether the Baltimore Police Department’s practices are…

Globe Trot: France issues plan to fight extremism

By Mindy Belz
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International | FRANCE:  Prime Minister Manuel Valls announced today sweeping measures to combat terrorism in France. But according to polls, the French…

How strong families help the economy

How strong families help the economy

By Rikki Elizabeth Stinnette
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Economy | The government will never provide for you as well as a stable two-parent family will. That’s the summary of the Heritage Foundation’s first annual report…

The never-ending war on poverty

By Rikki Elizabeth Stinnette
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Poverty | WASHINGTON—President Lyndon Johnson stood before Congress and declared a “war on poverty” in January 1964. Fifty years later, Congress is still debating…

Why Gawker seems brainless

Why Gawker seems brainless

By Marvin Olasky
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Poverty | The website Gawker on Tuesday featured a story with a grabby lead paragraph: “A new study that traces the effect of government programs on poverty all the way…

Massive disability fraud scheme unravels under congressional magnifying glass

By Andrew Branch
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Government | As the government shutdown rages on, Republicans and Democrats traded compliments in a bizarre scene that unfolded Monday in the Senate Committee on Homeland…

Washington Post blames the economy for disability roll bloat

By Andrew Branch
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Poverty | Millinocket, Maine, used to be the paper capital of the world. The towering mills on the Penobscot River were the epitome of a small-town economy bursting…

House takes bite out of food stamp program

By Andrew Branch
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Poverty | Food stamps are the face of welfare, and House Republicans are determined to force a showdown with the president and Senate over the nation’s social…

Can the Dutch turn it around?

By Marvin Olasky
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Europe | American liberals have proclaimed for decades that the United States should be more like Europe in social welfare policies. That mantra may have to change, as…

TANF flops on family values

TANF flops on family values

By Andrew Branch
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Poverty | When 1996 welfare reform turned Aid to Families with Dependent Children into Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF), Congress gave the program four…

 
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