Freedom requires us to view people as wanting the opportunity to earn their success.
Typically, discussions of the safety net boil down to one side wanting to spend more in the name of compassion, and the other side wanting to spend less in the name of fiscal restraint. In both cases, money serves as a proxy for moral responsibility.
Social-impact partnerships address our moral responsibilities to ensure that social programs actually improve recipients lives, and to do so in a fiscally prudent manner.
I think any public policy that doesn't account for the fact that most CO2 emissions don't come from the United States, but they come from other countries, is a flawed policy. So let's not unilaterally tax our power, our people, to solve a global problem.
We may not realize it, but a crucial step in building a healthy economy is helping people move from welfare to work.
We need to make sure that joblessness never pays more than employment.
Safety-net programs must make efficient use of taxpayer resources and harness the capabilities of recipients by helping them move back into the workforce.
I think we need to prepare for the worst, and so I support energy efficiency measures.
I think natural gas has been a big part of the solution if in fact we need to reduce man-generated carbon dioxide emissions.
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