Without reform, this will continue, the poor will continue to get subpar government health care, and our national budget will continue to gush red ink.
You don't need a Ph.D. in economics to understand that a country that punishes success is going to be less wealthy than a country that rewards it.
Despite a complicated and hard history, blacks need to trash the cynicism they harbor against this great nation.
Black politicians want us to believe that the economic laws that work for whites don't apply to blacks.
We have a class in Washington, the Chuck Schumers of this world, who want to continue business as usual.
The values Ellison extols as a politician are in direct opposition to his Muslim faith.
From 1970, HHS has grown by a factor of 10, from $103 billion to $1.1 trillion.
People of this type lead during cataclysmic change.
It sounds so compassionate that a politician proposes to use the power of government to mandate what salary a business owner must pay.
The issue of black poverty, and black children in poverty, has not suffered from lack of attention.