Bracing for change at HHS

From 1970, HHS has grown by a factor of 10, from $103 billion to $1.1 trillion.

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Less, not more, government will help labor

Rather than Washington serving up more freedom and capitalism to reinvigorate our economy, we got more regulations, more government.

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Whole Foods and Chicago partner to fight poverty

This is an experiment worth keeping an eye on.

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Waking up from minimum wage fairy tales

It sounds so compassionate that a politician proposes to use the power of government to mandate what salary a business owner must pay.

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USA needs more entrepreneurs, not more bureaucrats

Why can't the Black Caucus stand up uniformly for free enterprise?

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Fighting poverty with real American values

Huge, unproductive expenditures need to be redirected to encourage the values and behavior that move people out of poverty.

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Freer markets, not more regulation, will improve retirement marketplace

The institutions -- FHA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac -- and the policies that led to the 2008 meltdown are still in place.

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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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