The Truth About the New Food Stamp Work Requirements’ Effects

 
 
Dec 09, 2019
 

Good morning from Washington, where too many liberals seem to hold everyone else to a higher standard. That looks like the case with House impeachment guru Adam Schiff, knowledgeable observers say. How best to reform food stamps? One of the nation's leading experts on poverty and welfare programs weighs in. Plus: what mountain climbing and war fighting have in common, how the "Fairness for All" bill isn't fair, the mishandling of a Navy SEAL's trial, and the ongoing impeachment charade. Forty years ago today, a commission of scientists officially declares that smallpox, an infectious disease, has been eradicated.

 
 
 
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By Robert Rector

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweets, "My family relied on food stamps … when my dad died at 48. I was a student. If this happened then, we might've just starved." Here are the facts.
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By Fred Lucas

House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., faces ethics and legal hurdles for obtaining and exposing phone records of political enemies, knowledgeable observers say.
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By Ryan T. Anderson

The "Fairness for All" legislation would treat reasonable disagreement as if it were discrimination, impose sexual and gender ideology, and penalize those who dissent.
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By Virginia Allen

Josh McMullen, interim dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Regent University in Virginia Beach, delves into when and how America became the consumer giant that it is today.
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By Thomas Spoehr

The case of Navy SEAL Chief Petty Officer Eddie Gallagher, which ultimately resulted in the firing of Navy Secretary Richard Spencer, should have been handled differently.
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By Tucker Carlson

One witness at the Democrats' latest impeachment hearing, for example, is not some apolitical academic. She is a political activist who has donated thousands of dollars to Elizabeth Warren, Barack Obama, and Hillary Clinton.
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By Nolan Peterson

Over the years I'd hugged Drew goodbye as we parted ways before going to war. At each farewell, we purposefully emblazoned the moment in our minds. War reminds you of your mortality in a way that few other experiences can match—besides climbing mountains, perhaps.
 
     
 
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