Tavis Smiley and Cornel West's new book claims there is no hope for anyone to rise out of poverty without government boosting them using other people's money.
Obama knows how to tap into the worst instincts of people to garner political support -- inspiring blame and envy, sadly, pays political dividends.
The inconceivable and the unanticipated is the rule of our lives rather than the exception.
The welfare state assumes from the start that individuals won't make it without government managing their lives.
NAACP fights efforts to address the core problems that perpetuate the cycle of poverty in black America.
Cutting payroll taxes earmarked for bankrupted Social Security is no way to run a country and no way for people -- who are allegedly free and responsible citizens -- to live.
Some would have us believe that compromise is what has always defined our political process -- but compromise works only between parties that are essentially on the same page to begin with.
Those on the left who scream about income gaps choose to focus on the success of those at the top rather than the failures of those at the bottom.
$900 billion in stimulus spending, and two and a half years later almost two million fewer Americans are working.
Star Parker appears on Varney and Company explaining how the entitlement mentality has destroyed the black family.