A path out of poverty

The opinion piece by Ben Carson is worth reading.

The Little Engine Whose Govt Did Everything For Him

HUD is matching public housing residents with local job opportunities

Government should be a means of empowerment, not dependency, as well as a safety net. As President Trump discusses building America’s workforce, public housing has a role in that discussion. Those who receive housing assistance must have a path toward jobs, wealth creation and economic improvement. We must remove attitudes, regulations, policies and programs that reinforce dependence.

Read the rest @

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jun/14/poverty-can-be-exited-with-hud-matching-public-hou/

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One response to “A path out of poverty

  1. Pistol Pete

    Lyndon Johnson knew that once the father figure in the household was replaced by a welfare check it would not take long before the opiate of money for nothing would enslave them to it and the false belief that the only way to continue getting free stuff was to vote for democrats as a monolith. As Johnson said after he signed the bill:”This will keep the niggers voting democrat for 200 years.”

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