Trump: Migrants Will Not Get Welfare For First 5 Years

Politics | Kerry Picket
'For five years, you have to say you will not be asking or using our welfare systems'

Universal Basic Income Is A Lazy Solution To The Oncoming Labor Crisis

Opinion | Tyler Grant
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We need to promote ingenuity, not handouts.

No More Free Lunch

Opinion | Ken Blackwell
WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 13: U.S. President Donald Trump and daughter Ivanka Trump walk toward Marine One before departing from the White House on June 13, 2017 in Washington, DC. President Trump is traveling to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Trump will visit Waukesha County Technical College and also appear at a political fundraiser. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Trump’s welfare reform proposal nails it: Americans need jobs, not handouts.

Bomb-Building 101

Opinion | Stephen Baskerville
Armed police officers stand on duty in central Manchester, Britain, May 28, 2017. REUTERS/Phil Noble

Our civilization’s obsession with decreasing person responsibility could be its undoing.

A Need Despised: Do Entitlements Make Us Mean?

Opinion | Roger Banks
REUTERS/Andrew RC Marshall

Entitlements divest potential givers of a measure of their humanity.

NPR's Bias Factory

Opinion | Jim Simpson

The network reported inaccurate numbers on refugee resettlement.

The System Is Rigged: Trapping The Poor In Poverty

Opinion | Dr. C. L. Gray

Thanks to welfare, lower-income Americans often find themselves living to a lifetime of government dependence rather than a lifetime with advancement or dreams.

A Social Policy For Donald Trump

Opinion | Stephen Baskerville

Trump must simultaneously reign in welfare and reach out to the poor.

Gov't Agency Has No Clue How Much It Wastes On Welfare Overpayments

US | Kathryn Watson
Lots of money (Photo: Shutterstock)

Didn’t report improper payment estimates

DC Has A Bigger Welfare State Than Any European Country Besides Denmark

Opinion | Michael Tanner and Charles Hughes

The District’s welfare system has a poor track record of helping people transition to work.

Despite Laws, Colorado Welfare Recipients Getting Cash At Liquor Stores And Pot Shops

US | Greg Campbell

State reportedly knows about the violations, but hasn’t enforced the law

After Senator's Investigation, 'No Welfare For Weed' Bill Passes House

Politics | Jonah Bennett

‘The fact that some people are using welfare for weed is outrageous’

Number Of Americans On Welfare At All Time High

US | Jonah Bennett
President Obama listens after nominating Director of the Office of Management and Budget Burwell to replace outgoing Health Secretary Sebelius, during a ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House

Data goes back over 20 years

11 Surprising Things You Can Buy With Food Stamps

US | Hannah Bleau
Food Stamp Nutritional Assistance

Can’t afford pot? Not to worry

Santorum Questions Whether The GOP Cares About Poor People

Politics | Rachel Stoltzfoos

‘If you really cared, you’d talk about the problems they have’

Will welfare drug-testing work in Mississippi?

Politics | Katie Callahan
Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant speaks at a National Governors

‘It’s actually about tough love and giving people a hand up than a handout’

Former welfare office head, with gambling habit, embezzles nearly $300k

US | Caroline May
A dealer picks up chips on a mock black jack casino table during a photo opportunity Picture taken September 28, 2013. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY) -

Welfare director develops elaborate scheme to steal taxpayer dollars to feed gambling habit

GOP lawmakers move to outlaw use of welfare benefit cards in marijuana shops

Politics | Caroline May
A fully budded marijuana plant ready for trimming is seen at the Botanacare marijuana store ahead of their grand opening on New Year's day in Northglenn, Colorado
'While some may decide to spend their own money on drugs, we're not going to give them a taxpayer subsidy to do it'

Republican senator pushes for welfare work requirements

Politics | Caroline May

‘Poverty is not just the absence of money, but also the absence of opportunity’