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Social Security and You
Every single day, I get emails from people who will say something like this: "My wife and I are gett... Read More
Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan bewails, in her column this week, that "the sane center i... Read More
Maybe it's the sign of the times, but I've been getting a lot of emails recently from senior citizen... Read More
Never before have presidential candidates offered voters so much "free" stuff.
Kamala Harris wants ... Read More
'Tween 12 & 20
DR. WALLACE: My parents are planning a long weekend vacation in late August. It's a four-day trip ab... Read More
The way SNAP is being run is a recipe for crime.
SNAP is the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Prog... Read More
When I hear "welfare payments," I think "poor people."
But America's biggest welfare recipients are ... Read More
This is going to be a column about that other program. What other program? Regular readers have hear... Read More
The U.S. Department of Labor jobs report, released Friday, shows eye-popping gains, concluding a yea... Read More
Wayne Allyn Root
This is my continuing series of columns about how to save/resurrect the Nevada GOP. It's a lesson fo... Read More
As France is gripped by civil disorder, many commentators identify, quite correctly, as the culprit ... Read More
Congressional Democrats are butting heads with President Donald Trump over his demand for $5 billion... Read More
Classic Zig Ziglar
Eva Young teaches us some lessons in commitment, hard work and determination in her efforts to leave... Read More
Donald Trump hates you. But don't take it personally, he hates me, too — and all of us who con... Read More
Q: Recently, I was listening to a radio program in which the host described Social Security as a wel... Read More
Once upon a time, "work for welfare" was a pretty accepted notion. In 1996, Bill Clinton signed a st... Read More
With the 2020 presidential election on the horizon, voters will have a distinct choice: Elect anothe... Read More
Walter E. Williams
Before the massive growth of our welfare state, private charity was the sole option for an individua... Read More
It takes a lot of courage for a president to target almost a quarter of the federal budget for refor... Read More
When the British Parliament was debating in 1765 whether to impose a direct tax on the American colo... Read More
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