Welfare

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Powerful obscurity

By Emily Belz
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Welfare | Robert Doar may not be well-known, but he made welfare reform a reality in New York City

Locks, burqas, and welfare: Signs of weakness, not strength

Locks, burqas, and welfare: Signs of weakness, not strength

By Marvin Olasky
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Compassion | Do home windows with metal grilles, doors with triple locks, and signs that advertise security systems suggest a societal commitment to the sanctity of…

Food stamp consumption continues to rise

By Angela Lu
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Welfare | Recent numbers from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) show the number of food stamp recipients continuing its upward climb. Most concerning…

No entitlements

By Cal Thomas
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Economy | SINGAPORE—While the U.S. unemployment rate "dropped" to 7.7 percent last month—a figure even The Washington Post acknowledged was due "… in large part…

Welfare work debate

By Edward Lee Pitts
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Poverty | As politicians from both parties debate changes to welfare reform, a new government report sides with Republicans

Paycheck program

Paycheck program

By Christina Darnell
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Welfare | By encouraging work, the Earned Income Tax Credit is one form of social spending that many conservatives can support

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