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It is seated in Hayek's creative destruction -- hopefully, as in real life, the creative is more valuable than the destructive. Share This Story Like a ship at sea, we, as a nation, are today on storm tossed waters. Our choices have become more
In an era of rampant economic insecurity, Ryan's destruction of Medicaid, food stamps, social security, and other safety nets would cause American families even greater hardship. David Brooks in today's New York Times commits the standard error of
Baker's attempt to block EBT users from buying sweets is deemed ... Updated 56 seconds ago Text size A Walpole baker appalled that welfare abuse now seems almost as American as apple pie is putting her whoopie pies where her mouth is in a dispute
Do you know what Maryland gives its welfare recipients so they can access cash and food benefits?...If that sounds a bit Orwellian, consider the perverse spending increases that the Obama administration has planned for food stamps and an array of
There were 2,362 people who earned a million dollars or more in taxable income in 2009 and who also received federal unemployment benefits that year, according to a report by the Congressional Research Service. In fact, these millionaires
Free or discounted wireless telephone service is available to millions of low-income households through the federal Lifeline program, but proof of eligibility is required. That is the message of a public service announcement produced by Life Wireless,
Colorado The Roaring Fork School District announced its policy for the 2012-13 school year for determining eligibility of children who may receive free and reduced price meals served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs.
For generations, it has pulsed through the bloodstream of just about every resident in the Appalachian hills of North Georgia, the place where I grew up and still call home...It means that when times get tough, families persevere, turning quietly
30 Shoppers cart their purchases from a Wal-Mart store (Reuters / Edgard Garrido) (22.2Mb) embed video A new report by Food and Water Watch shows that more than 1,000 outside interests and more than $170 million went into the 2008 Farm Bill.
The Agriculture Department on Thursday came out with new steps to fight fraud in food stamps, a federal program that has taken center stage as Congress struggles to adopt a long-term farm policy bill. The actions announced by