These are just rhetorical questions since I don’t have the answers. But if we can come up with good answers, that could lead to better public policy.
After all, if we want a self-reliant citizenry, it would be better if people were more like those in Nevada and less like the folks in Vermont, at least based on the infamous Moocher Index.
But one thing we can say with certainty is that the food stamp program has morphed into a very expensive form of dependency.
Jason Riley of the Wall Street Journal opines on the importance of reforming this costly entitlement.
Officially known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP…
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