Possibly the federal government's most efficient pandemic spending effort.
Democrats pander to immigrants but do little to liberalize the system. Meanwhile, Republicans' hostility to immigrants has increased.
Whether the federal government should be subsidizing families at all is another matter.
Republicans have thrived since Ronald Reagan granted amnesty to 2.7 million mostly Mexican illegal immigrants in 1986.
Palm Springs officials aren't off the hook for questionable decisions, but the spending isn't what it looks like.
The government has learned nothing about affordable housing in the 50 years since Pruitt-Igoe came toppling down.
For decades, libertarians have focused on illiberalism coming from the political left. But authoritarianism has taken root among many conservatives across the world.
Harvey, who died last week, dedicated his life to supporting human pleasure along with the power to manage it responsibly.
"Spending trillions more on new and expanded government programs, when we can't even pay for the essential social programs...is the definition of fiscal insanity."
Growing evidence confirms that barriers to immigration make us all worse off.
The idea of attaching fewer strings to government assistance is gaining currency.
Even the president's most entrenched political opposition cannot seem to find much to engage or enrage.
Unemployment is falling but fraudulent jobless claims are still skyrocketing in some places.
Using the process of elimination, the culprit seems clear.
No country gets out of poverty through redistribution of income.
More Puerto Ricans live in the 50 states than on the island, and it’s not hard to see why.
The government's coronavirus-related unemployment benefits are encouraging some to stay unemployed.
From protests to the coronavirus, it thinks it can protect you from anything.
The jury is still out about whether broad parental subsidies improve outcomes for children
The pandemic relief bill isn't just a one-time splurge. It's the start of a new era of federal spending.
In most circumstances, parents would be eligible to receive $3,000 per child annually, doled out in monthly checks. It could be a major overhaul of how the federal government handles welfare.
In a new documentary, Steele argues that the "story of victimization" was an attempt to "win power."
A Harvard study's findings show how not to fight the restrictionist disinformation campaign.
Historian Amity Shlaes talks about the last time a president massively expanded the federal government to help people.
This is why we can't have serious conversations about government spending.
'Most Americans Don't Want To Work for the Federal Government' Says Andrew Yang, Trashing Federal Jobs Guarantee
The entrepreneur argued instead for a federal universal basic income proposal that would provide every American $1,000 a month.
The Trump Administration's New "Public Charge" Rule is a Plan to Cut Immigration, not Reduce Burdens on the Welfare State
Helpful analyses by David Bier of the Cato Institute and Reason's Shikha Dalmia explain why.
Only wealthy immigrants will have a clear shot at being admitted or staying.
They are letting President Trump's bogus anti-immigration narrative dominate their conversation
Study Shows That Extreme Poverty Statistics Have Been Overestimated, Especially Among Families With Children
The number of people deemed to be living in extreme poverty was significantly inflated
From "immigration, yes; welfare, no" to "welfare, whatever; immigration, no."