Congress seems to believe that what’s good for global agribusiness is automatically good for the rest of rural America.
Voters are rolling back pot prohibition, and even members of Congress are getting on the bandwagon.
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.