Life is demanding. We all need a little help sometimes, and that's what welfare is made for. Welfare, then, is a good thing, right? Some would disa...
I would like explain on how the unemployment rates in the U.S. are negatively affecting the economy.
Limit the welfare period and the workforce will improve in no time.
How we can cut welfare spending and put it towards growing our military.
Why are we in over 19 trillion dollars of national debt? Why is that number still rising? Why are we more concerned with international issues that ...
America's problems related to poverty, and possible solutions
Would rather have a drug addict or person who can't afford the food on their table using welfare.
Some people can take advantage of welfare and some people don't even need it. This is a small step to ending welfare
Government Entitlement Programs are being taken advantage of by the wrong people. It is great to have in many ways for the people who are physicall...
I'm writing this letter on behalf of how the welfare system is costing our nation too much money.
The United States started welfare during the Great Depression in the 1930s. The main purpose was to give families that had little income or were th...
Most people using the system don't actually need the assistance.
The current welfare system is starting to do more harm to the nation than help. Our fellow citizens are becoming too dependent. It needs a reform.
The welfare system has been around for many years now, and thousands of people are using it. But is it necessary?
There are 318.9 million people waiting for you to listen, and speak up for the ones that cannot speak for themselves.
I believe that you should be drug tested if you are receiving money from the government.
A letter on how the welfare system and the economy affects the middle class and minimizes success for everybody.
Our national debt is gradually becoming a larger problem in this country, and it needs to be turned around.
The United States government has enabled its citizens to take no responsibility for their actions, this has inevitably created the inactive citizen...