Oh, SNAP! The SNAP program is considered by many Americans to be an important federal social safety net that serves millions of Americans — including people who have entered the country illegally. It is […]
Archive for: Food Stamps
Most of these thieves have been caught but several are still on the run.
And liberals are constantly fighting against welfare reforms that help stop fraud.
This just goes to show how abused the welfare system has become.
Beginning April 1, 2016, the re-enactment of the federal work mandate law will take effect. The law requires those who are in need of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), to work a minimum […]
Food stamps are a government welfare program designed to temporarily help people eat who cannot afford to. If a person is getting enough food stamps to buy tax payer funded lobster or energy drinks […]
How many of you out there are Able-Bodied Adults Without Dependents (ABAWD)? Certainly there are a few. If not, then you probably know one or two of these folks. How many of them have […]
Sometimes it takes a little “tough love” to motivate those able-bodied individuals, to get off their backsides and do a little job hunting. According to recent reports, between 500,000 and 1 million of SNAP […]
When is a law not really a law? When President Obama decides to enforce it, or not, which of course seems to be how this administration actually operates, or more precisely, how “dictators and […]
The initial reaction by most hard-working “wage earning” Americans would be that welfare and or food stamps should be a part of an overall work requirement program, and although the recent recession and high […]
A few months ago we reported on Maine’s decision to enforce food stamp requirements that required welfare recipients to work, volunteer, or attend career training if they were to receive the benefits. Now, a […]
Welfare programs have become commonly known as “entitlement” programs, and that’s not because people feel grateful for the programs. Instead, the term “entitlement” comes from groups like the Islamic female advocacy group Isuroon Project […]
First up is 30-year-old Kiara, of Baltimore. She has been riding the welfare system for over 12 years now and is the mother of four children. Her casual attitude throughout the interview is very […]