As we near the end of 2013, it suddenly seems everyone’s talking about inequality.
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“When are we going to start talking about getting people back to work instead of kicking them when they’re down?”
Republicans voted to slash the food stamp program by $21 billion.
His presentation to the state’s biggest lobby could have been entitled "How Food and Medical Care Make the Poor Lazy."
Mothers in Kabul decry the war and the corruption.
Republican presidential candidates can rail all they want against food stamps, but for millions of Americans who, at no fault of their own, have had to rely on them to feed themselves and their families, the simple reality is this: The private sector left them stranded; only government assistance has kept them fed.
Shame on some of the nation’s largest banks. They have stopped issuing student loans to community college students, a decision that will have dire effects on poor, minority and immigrant students.