Thursday, February 22, 2018
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Old Dogs, Same Ol’ Tricks

The reason you can’t teach an old dog new tricks is because the dog knows that old tricks work quite well, and sees no...

Where Everybody Knows Your Name

When I find the time I hang out at a little bar and grill on Hallmark Ave. in Killeen. It takes time to find...

How Retirement Benefits Will Change in 2016

Retirement savers will get the option to participate in a new type of retirement account next year, the myRA. There will also be fewer...

Jeb Bush: Next president should privatize Social Security

Ginger Gibson, International Business Times WASHINGTON – Jeb Bush thinks the next president will need to privatize Social Security, he said at a town hall...

The Monday Illusion

For the record I don't hate Mondays, I hate hangovers. The only problem with Monday is that it's so far away from the next...

Couple married 73 years die minutes apart at separate Kentucky senior homes

By Nicole Hensley Unbeknownst to each other and under a fog of Alzheimer’s disease, a married couple of 73 years died within minutes of...

Rep. Michele Bachmann retiring, but says ‘I’m not going to go home and put...

By Jeff Zeleny, Richard Coolidge and Jordyn Phelps The Fine Print Michele Bachmann may have cast her final vote in Congress on Thursday, but she is...

Obama’s Policies Have UNIONS Seeing RED!!

By Craig Andresen on August 4, 2014 at 3:27 am Okay…from the lips of liberals… Conservatives are obstructionists. WE are the racists…the jobs killers and the...

Obama’s Aid and Comfort for the Enemy but Not for Vets

By Craig Andresen on May 21, 2014 at 4:38 am Here we go again. How many times does this regime think they can rehash the same...

Beware the Pension 911: Obama Will Control Most Public Companies Through Pension Reform

The Drum beat of “Pension reform has started. To Be sure many pensions are radically underfunded in America-especially Public Sector pension funds. Pensions are a pretty simple formula: Money in, investment income and money out.

Social Security fixable; changes politically tough

Despite Social Security's long-term problems, the massive retirement and disability program could be preserved for generations to come with modest but politically difficult changes to benefits or taxes, or a combination of both.

Die Broke — on Purpose: An Unconventional Retirement Plan

This will probably come as a shocker to most people: Three economists from leading universities have found that "a substantial fraction of persons die with virtually no financial assets -- 46.1% with less than $10,000 -- and many of these households also have no housing wealth and rely almost entirely on Social Security benefits for support."

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My Genuine Bipartisan Compromise Offer

The nation just witnessed what the OpMedia and the Commentariat like to call “bipartisan legislation.” The occasion was the two–year spending–palooza that Curator of...
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The Flaw

I read the most interesting article this morning, actually two articles, that set me on fire. Two journalists put together an exposé of...

Facebook: The Truth Exposed…Part 2 of 2

In Part 1 of Facebook: The Truth Exposed, we told you about who Facebook's partners are along with which companies and countries they are connected to, and which companies Facebook bought up or into and why.