Republicans have begun to realize their long-held goal of requiring adults to work, get job training or perform community service in exchange for health coverage.
Even states hard hit by the abuse epidemic lack a way to specify opioids—or any other drug—as a contributing factor in the removal of children from their homes.
An institution that thrives because of private donors and public financing serves as a model for U.S. reform.
The horrors unfolding under the Trump administration are abetted by liberals who still believe that capitalism and democracy are synonymous.
The repressive state and market apparatus of the 19th century have returned with a vengeance, producing new levels of aggression and violence in U.S. society.
The 2016 documentary has given a voice to African-Americans, who now have more tools to fight for truth and justice.
Isn't it great how we solved the welfare problem? That's the one thing that former President Clinton, Congress and even the media agree on. Isn't it great how we solved the welfare problem? That's the one thing that former President Clinton, Congress and even the media agree on.
To hear Clinton tell it, his presidency won the war on poverty three decades after Lyndon B. Johnson launched it, having changed only the name.
The ruling class of America has been effective at labeling anti-poverty programs as a black phenomenon, even though the majority of people who benefit from government assistance are white.
When presidential candidate Bernie Sanders talks about income inequality, and when other candidates speak about the minimum wage and food stamps, what are they really talking about?