Fox News legal analyst Peter Johnson Jr. was on Fox and Friends this morning to take on President Obama's comments about government assistance and veterans.
A district judge has struck down a Florida law requiring drug testing for welfare benefits.
Jennifer Griffin reported on some starling figures this afternoon on The Real Story, highlighting recent studies that show about 900,000 U.S. veterans, including 5,000 on active duty, receive foot stamps. Nearly 340,000 receive housing assistance, according to the nonprofit Center for Budget and Policy Priorities.
Ohio Governor John Kasich is proposing that able-bodied adults should have to do some kind of work in order to receive food stamps. The stipulation would require that people put in 20-hours of work, job training or volunteering.
Bill O’Reilly seems to have reached his breaking point with Al Sharpton. Tonight on The Factor, O’Reilly decided to share a personal story in order to “prove” what type of a person Sharpton is.
The Fox News Reporting Special: ‘The Great Food Stamp Binge’ exposed the government’s startling attempts to get people to sign up for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program – or food stamps. The cost to taxpayers: a projected $78 billion dollars this year.
The latest Fox News Poll reveals that the majority of Americans believe it is too easy to get government benefits and Americans are relying on them too much.
Judge Andrew Napolitano gave us his take this morning on the "outrageous" report that the federal government is actively advertising the food stamp program to illegal immigrants. In a flyer given to the Mexican embassy by the USDA, it highlights that "You need not divulge information regarding your immigration status in seeking this benefit for your children."