Food stamp cuts are a lousy holiday gift for hungry Americans.
As Congress edges toward axing the absurd direct payments program, it's considering an even more bizarre replacement.
Republican deficit scolds turned into free-spending corporate socialists this summer when they doled out the most generous farm subsidies in U.S. history.
House Republicans snipped SNAP out of the Farm Bill and rubber-stamped farm subsidies in a stealth operation.
The government should expand the food stamp program, not shrink it.
It's a time-honored tradition in Washington to do as little as possible and look good while (not) doing it.
We must build a new policy framework for a fair, sustainable, and healthy food system.
Our lawmakers should spend the next month figuring out how to reduce our $16 trillion debt instead of showering special interests with even more wasteful subsidies that have nothing to do with the drought.