Scholars shine new light on old truths for fighting poverty

Big-government solutions undermined the traditionally successful values and institutions of the country.

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Why do working Americans support job-killing Democrats?

Democrats' economic decisions are about government, political power and interests rather than allowing what drove the 3.5 percent economic growth from 1950 to 2000 -- free enterprise.

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Mega-rich Hillary cares oh so much for nation's poor

In 2014, the Clintons earned $20 million in speaker fees -- 553 times that aforementioned average worker salary, 50 percent greater than the CEO ratio.

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Christie's Social Security reform hurts America, particularly minorities

Social Security taxes preclude wealth creation for low-income workers by taxing away the only funds they have available...

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Government housing is a bad idea

Don't tell people where to live, which is what government low-income housing does.

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Economic recovery, free enterprise, and Keystone

The American recovery is happening despite government, not because of it.

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Good reason for Mary Landrieu to be concerned

As Elbert Guillory points out in his ad, despite all the big government, the economic state of affairs of low-income blacks has changed little over the years.

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Republicans shouldn't pander to Hispanic voters

Republicans should resist temptation to pander and point Hispanics in the direction of freedom and opportunity, what got them here in the first place.

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Howard Fuller has the answer for Ferguson

Low-income black parents need options, choices, for educating their children outside the public school monopoly.

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Paul Ryan has answer for Ferguson

Since Johnson, the government has spent $15 trillion dollars fighting poverty without reducing poverty.

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