It is indeed a challenge to get truth into poor black communities that have suffered for years from liberal leaders like Cohen telling them what they need is more government and abortion.
Behavior increasing the likelihood of poverty does have consequences on others.
Let private citizens take the initiative for change that clearly won't happen in the public sector.
We have a class in Washington, the Chuck Schumers of this world, who want to continue business as usual.
HUD's role it assumes in urban communities has profound ramifications throughout the economy, well beyond its specific mission in housing.
For those with the least power, the poor, parents are totally locked into failing schools controlled by bureaucrats and unions.
Our nation's current gross domestic product is around $18 trillion. The current shortfall in Social Security is almost twice this.
The issue of black poverty, and black children in poverty, has not suffered from lack of attention.
Why can't the Black Caucus stand up uniformly for free enterprise?
Huge, unproductive expenditures need to be redirected to encourage the values and behavior that move people out of poverty.