With the traditional highway to success down to two lanes, it's time for some innovation.
Many elderly Americans are close enough to poverty's edge that Social Security cuts of any size could push them over the brink.
That should do it.
Food stamp cuts are a lousy holiday gift for hungry Americans.
Taxpayers will shell out $1.2 billion this year to support workers subjected to McDonald's miserly wages and benefits.
How about a bill banning soda sales at the House of Representatives' cafeterias?
One way the top 1 percent is trying to ease concerns about inequality is pretending that our safety net is too generous to the bottom 1 percent.
A former hedge fund manager believes that charity causes poverty.