"The next administration must consider all possibilities, including unconventional but legal removals, to get the federal government working for the public interest as quickly as possible."
We need Eric Kingson in Congress fighting the GOP war on Social Security. Three of today's contributors, chosen randomly, will get autographed copies of Kingson's Social Security book from Blue America.
Dear Dick -- I can call you Dick, can't I?
A woman broke into tears at a town hall event with Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA) during a discussion about President Barack Obama's plan to reduce Social Security cost of living increases.
Republican South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham on Sunday praised President Barack Obama's budget that reportedly cuts future increases to earned benefits programs like Social Security and Medicare.
Mitt Romney at CPAC last week It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was the year of protecting Social Security, and the year of cutting Social Security. It was the age of defending Medicare, and the age of ending
This last week we've seen how Washington's elites are able to suppress popular opinion, work against the public interest, and wrap it all up with a bow so that it looks like "democracy in action." It's not. What we're seeing isn't democracy, and it
This holiday season, let's spare a kind thought for the decent people who toil inside Washington's legislative machinery. These good folk must live and work inside the dreamlike bubble that is today's policy and media world. Each day they strain
Social Security Works Director: Why Cutting Social Security Is A Really Bad Idea. Call With Your Questions!
Judging from our comments section, people still have a lot of questions about the proposed changes in Social Security. Why should rich people be able to collect Social Security? What's the big deal if people have to retire a couple of years