Complex ideas in simple terms
Balancing the federal budget is critical.
With famine in East Africa and many other hunger crisis points unfolding, food aid needs to be bolstered, not reduced.
While some members of Congress may think it prudent now to cut food aid programs to save a few dollars, think again.
If Congress is serious about savings, then it should look to investing in child nutrition at home and abroad.
History will judge this administration and Congress on how they respond to emergency food crisis
Budget cuts ought not to come at the expense of children and their families who regularly go to bed hungry.
The House of Representatives has proposed reducing Food for Peace funding.
Is cutting Food for Peace and other hunger fighting programs the right place to go with nearly 1 billion hungry.
You know that there is something wrong with the federal government when horses get better treatment than the average American taxpayer.