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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Preparing HUD for Surgery

HUD's role it assumes in urban communities has profound ramifications throughout the economy, well beyond its specific mission in housing.

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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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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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Our Democrat welfare-state drug lords

It is no accident that most loyal Democratic Party supporters are those most dependent on government.

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Who is a 'real' Black?

It is not ridiculous to suggest that some solutions to black problems are "real" and others are not.

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The Audacity of Jeb Bush

Jeb Bush called me in 1994. He wanted to hear more about my thoughts about welfare, how it could be reformed, and what we should be thinking about regarding revitalizing inner city life.

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Make 2016 about America, not Hillary

Is the American public happy with the socialism they've gotten thus far?

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America on the wrong path on race and poverty

After Martin Luther King's speech, what followed were government policies defined and motivated not by content of character but by race, gender, and income.

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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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