Government Poverty Programs Crowd Out Compassion

Ed Feulner, CNS News

Many people who would ordinarily be glad to donate time or money labor under the misperception that their tax-funded programs are sufficient and helpful. But there is good reason to doubt it. In short, people need a human touch. You can’t get that from a prison, a workhouse – or a government program.

Combining Capitalism and Charity to Empower Africa’s Poor

FinTech is enriching the lives of people around the world. MyBucks is an important part of this dramatic economic and social change. It is demonstrating entrepreneurial capitalism’s positive economic and social impact on developing nations and disadvantaged peoples.

The False Compassion Of Liberalism

Stephen Moore, Investor's Business Daily

Government, by its nature, is not compassionate. It can't be. It is nothing other than a force. Government can only spend a dollar to help someone when it forcibly takes a dollar from someone else. At its core, government welfare is predicated on a false compassion. This isn't to say that government should never take collective action to help people. But these actions are based on compulsion, not compassion.

Rand Paul To Conduct Charity Eye Surgeries in Guatemala

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Sen. Rand Paul is visiting Guatemala to perform pro bono eye surgeries, a trip his political advisers are saying is strictly charity work but offers an important platform for the KY Repub. at the epicenter of the border crisis.