On Christmas eve our family volunteered at a local outreach to the poor here in Cleveland. It’s called The Storefront and is run by a group of Catholic Workers. While Liz and I served food and washed dishes, our son Jonathan, 4, played Go Fish! with one of the guys. Cutest sight. At one point, I got in a conversation with an Hispanic man. I asked him where he was staying. He said: “In my van.” It was going to be 25 degrees that night. On a recent campaign tour, I told the Montgomery News in Montgomery, Alabama, that ‘slavery’ still exists in America. That is, there are so many who are slaves to rural and inner city poverty loops. Note: Some of this ‘slavery’ is in no small part because of those more advantaged in America. They think it’s their money to spend on, for the most part, themselves. When, in fact, it’s: God’s money.