U.S. Democracy and Constitution: Essential Books

We are both blessed to enjoy and trained to defend and guard our civil rights. We applaud or condemn the actions of our Supreme Court. Or our Congress or President. Lucky us to be able to do this protest and criticism so freely and publicly without fear of arrest, imprisonment, or execution. How well do…

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This Blog: Purpose, Content, and Bio Bits

The Blog Construction Posts by topic:   Click on the CATEGORIES section on the righthand side. Find the topic of interest to you. I will try to make links visible. You will see NO ADS. I get no revenue but do have costs. No comments section or way to email me. I have no administrative assistant…

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Presidencies and Social Security’s Future

Social Security delivers mixed punches to our recent Presidents. For those who want to be better informed on this essential government program, here’s a brief squint at the evolution of the program through recent administrations. I’d suggest pursuing your own research into the ground rules, recommendations/reports, and debates over proposals. Links are provided here as…

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Social Security: Immigrants Needed for Future Benefit Payments

Immigrants have provided growing support for Social Security. They become part of the workforce that pays OASDI payroll taxes if they work in “covered” employment. It may be a very complex, heated, and even divisive issue. But let me make a very strong point that is obvious from the Trustees’ program data. Immigrants in the…

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