Public Assistance

Nick Russell on September 9th, 2011

The bleeding hearts at the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) are suing the state of Florida over a new law that Governor Rick Scott recently signed into law that requires welfare recipients to submit to drug testing. According to the ACLU, this  is a violation of the right against unreasonable search and seizure. Of course, […]

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Nick Russell on August 12th, 2011

Our economy is in the sewer – people’s IRA’s and 401Ks are dissolving into smoke, our nation’s infrastructure is crumbling, and unemployment numbers are near all time highs. It’s like we are all riding on a runaway train, with nobody at the controls. I keep thinking that maybe we need to bring back the old […]

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Nick Russell on February 13th, 2011

We were sitting at a traffic light the other day, and there was a fellow standing on the curb with one of those “Homeless, Please Help” signs. Not an uncommon sight, you can see somebody asking for a handout on every other street corner in America, it seems like. And, not at all that uncommon, […]

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Nick Russell on July 13th, 2010

Beginning July 1, the State of Utah is cracking down on welfare fraud by reviewing the cases of illegal aliens who are receiving public assistance in the form of food stamps. Under the state’s new policy, food stamps were cut off to some 2,200 families of illegal aliens, and thousands more have had their benefits […]

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