United States Citizen Fund

Faith, Family, Freedom


USCF Welfare Reform

     I know I am repeating myself, but I need to make a few things perfectly clear.   Since 1935, the U.S. has spent more than $40 trillion to end poverty in America, but the Federal Poverty Level has only decreased below 11% for two years, in 2018 and 2019.   Then, the pandemic hit the U.S. in 2020, driving up the poverty level by 0.5% each year.   In 2023, the FPL was 12%, meaning 40 million Americans live in poverty.
      After World War 2, the poverty level was decreasing at a rate of 1% per year.   The consistent decline in poverty was driven by two factors.   The post-WW II economic growth and the cohesion of communities.   The Judeo-Christian values of faith and family bound communities together with compassion and love.   When people were struggling, their families would support them.   When families were struggling churches and communities would come together to support the families.   The unintended consequences of President Johnson’s “ Great Society ” put an end to our American values of Faith, Family, and Freedom.   Dependence on the government for support caused the collapse of family and community support, which devastated minority communities.
      My welfare reform puts an end to the overwhelming bureaucracies by eliminating the 600+ welfare programs throughout the U.S.   This alone will save $2 trillion each year.   My welfare reform works to immediately lift the poor out of poverty.   It has three key goals.   Get people back to work, rebuild communities, and eliminate poverty.   One of the most difficult times in my life was after I retired from the USAF, and it took me over a year to finally find work.   Work gives people a sense of value and purpose to their lives.   Loss of work is a leading cause of depression, which can lead to the abuse of alcohol and drugs.
      USCF works with businesses and corporations to support the communities within America’s 900 Enterprise Zones.   Businesses hire people within these communities and provide them with on-the-job training to rebuild their communities.   USCF works with corporations to assess the needs of communities, rebuild infrastructure, and establish businesses that provide the necessary goods and services to promote growth.   The USCF Supplemental Business Benefit works with community leaders and people within those communities and provides them with the resources so that the people who live in those communities become the owners of newly established businesses.   Additionally, the USCF Supplemental Income Benefit can immediately lift workers out of poverty and move their families into the middle class by boosting a worker’s pay up to $76,300 per year.   This is how Americans work together to solve problems.
Read about USCF Benefit Programs.
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