No one has a 'right to shelter' at taxpayer expense.
Is "freedom" what primarily defines our nation, or is it welfare and redistribution of income?
Congresswoman Omar is blinded by hate for the nation to which she had the privilege of immigrating.
The complex history of black America, coupled with poor welfare state policies, has left a legacy of hard, destructive energy in our inner cities.
Life in our poor communities is in the grip of socialism, not capitalism.
Trump Administration is right on target in advancing both American and African interests by moving 'nations toward self-reliance and away from long-term dependency.'
If America's youth are losing a sense that this is a land of dreams, this sentiment doesn't seem to be shared by the million immigrants who arrive in the U.S. every year.
Government, in the American vision, exists to protect individual freedom, not to decide who should have what and invade individual private space, capture private property and income, and redistribute it to others based on what politicians think.
Although New York 14 is very different from the average American congressional district, the demographic changes of our nation are headed in that direction.
Do we really want a huge new government bureaucracy buying and packaging food baskets for 40 million enrollees?