Social Security Insolvent by 2035: Indiscriminate Benefit Cuts Inevitable

Social Security’s main program, also known as Old-Age and Survivors Insurance (OASI), ran a $39 billion deficit in 2014, closing out five years of consecutive cash-flow deficits as the program’s unfunded obligations continue to grow.[1] According to the 2015 annual Continue reading Social Security Insolvent by 2035: Indiscriminate Benefit Cuts Inevitable

CVS MinuteClinics to relieve stress on Phoenix VA, open doors to many veterans in Arizona

Veterans in the Phoenix VA Health Care System can now get immediate medical treatment for minor illnesses and injuries from CVS MinuteClinics under a pilot project announced Tuesday. The program will be open to about 120,000 veterans, enabling them to Continue reading CVS MinuteClinics to relieve stress on Phoenix VA, open doors to many veterans in Arizona

Privatizing Social Security: A Big Boost for the Poor | Cato Institute

By providing a much higher rate of return, privatization would raise the incomes of those elderly retirees who are most in need. Although the current Social Security system is ostensibly designed to be progressive, transferring wealth to the elderly poor, Continue reading Privatizing Social Security: A Big Boost for the Poor | Cato Institute