In a major step toward eliminating hunger in the United States, the federal is government throwing in the towel on the protein and grain limits mandated by First Lady Michelle Obama’s kids’ school lunch program, caving in to starving students who were jettisoning tons of bland vegetables into cafeteria garbages throughout the United States. The change was announced by U.S. Department of Agriculture Undersecretary Kevin
New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman will investigate the closing of lanes leading to the George Washington bridge, a traffic jam-inducing move that has embroiled New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in a scandal over whether the closures were political payback. Would this in any kind of way, remotely be, – How could I even think such a thing? – but possibly could be, an attempt
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One thing I’ve always found remarkable about the War on Poverty, declared 50 years ago this week by Lyndon Johnson, is that poverty today is right where it was when Johnson’s Great Society programs kicked in. Here’s the graph. I reprint it from NPR, not the National Review. The truth of the chart is simply undeniable. The poverty rate, as expressed by the percentage of
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