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Entitlement Knows No Bounds

A Michigan woman, Amanda Clayton, recently made headlines for winning one million dollars. She made headlines again for continuing to accept government assistance after she cashed the check. What’s her excuse? “I thought that they would cut me off, but … Continue reading

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African-Americans Not Doing So Well Under the First African-American President

In 2008, buoyed by promises of hope and change, 95% of African-American voters cast a ballot for then-Presidential candidate Obama. Nearly three years later, they have been rewarded with plenty of change, but with more hopelessness than hope. In an article he … Continue reading

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