According to the USDA, "food insecurity" is almost always a recurring and episodic problem rather than a chronic condition. Read More.
Contrary to the claims of poverty advocates, the major dietary problem facing poor Americans is too much, not too little, food. Read More.
As the national debt rises rapidly toward 100 percent of GDP, it is clear that the current growth of government spending is unsustainable. Read More.
The replacement of AFDC with the Temporary Assistance to Needy Families program (TANF) has led to record declines in dependence and poverty. Read More.