This is less amusing in my life than it is here, but it's pretty spot on.
School can only teach us so much, but jobs often require more.
Our economy is growing, and that's awesome. But not everyone is participating.
Robert Doar has put anti-poverty programs into action, and with results.
Social scientist Arthur Brooks explains what's really going on.
Work requirements are good, but giving taxpayer dollars to people above the average income?
Are teacher salary levels really a "justice" issue?
I'm sure many of you can empathize!
The burden falls to employers to entice new employee.
The tax to "help the homeless" will do anything but that.