New research shows how America’s tangled web of welfare programs often trap generations in a cycle of poverty and hurt those who need the most help.
1980s Joe Biden made a strong case to see child care tax credits as a social policy that shapes society’s choices and values. He was right.
Work requirements for able-bodied adults have immense potential to lift low-income families up and help them break the cycle of dependency.
Two years ago, Republican leadership promised they’d fight harder for reforms to federal health welfare spending. Now that they have increased power, they’re ignoring that promise.
A recent study from researchers at the University of Kansas shows that the brain begins building the foundation of language as much as a month before birth.
Every time I hear of a black man being killed by the cops, he’s almost always a criminal thug I have no desire to defend.
House Republicans propose reducing—not eliminating—the number of middle-class families who get taxpayers to pay for their kids’ school lunches. Democrats go wild.
The Americans most inclined to tap government benefits and to think of welfare as a good thing are also the least likely to participate in the democratic process.
Joe Biden’s farewell called for the same expanded programs Hillary and all Democrats want. Really, what difference would it make?
A better future for poor Americans trapped in Baltimore and across the country must start with a fact-based analysis of how we got here and who has been responsible.
Conservatives should fight for Americans struggling to get by, not stigmatize the poor.
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