7/5/2013

How the Government Is Fooling Us About the Solvency of Social Security

Filed under: Social Security — 3:10 pm

How the Government Is Fooling Us About the Solvency of Social Security | The Business Desk with Paul Solman | PBS NewsHour | PBS.

8/26/2011

Sanders to Introduce Legislation to Ensure Social Security Remains Solvent for ‘At Least 75 Years’

The BRAD BLOG : Sanders to Introduce Legislation to Ensure Social Security Remains Solvent for ‘At Least 75 Years’.

"In fact," said Sanders, "according to…the Congressional Budget Office, Social Security has a $2.6 trillion surplus."

7/30/2011

The Real Cost of Social Security Surplus Raiding

The Real Cost of Social Security Surplus Raiding.

7/19/2011

Kucinich: Washington Doublespeak on Social Security

We need a public audit to see just how much of the SS assets have been ‘borrowed’ with congressional/government IOU’s…

Kucinich: Washington Doublespeak on Social Security | Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich.

8/25/2010

How to double your pension payout

Filed under: Social Security — 11:30 pm

How to double your pension payout.

2/5/2007

Bush budget trims health care funds

This would be phase two of Bush’s Health Care reform scheme. Since no one would buy his privatization/reform plot, his next step is to try and cut the funding, so he can ‘drown it in the bathtub‘…Just think of what the near $1 Trillion dollars spent or committed to the Iraq debacle would do to shore up both Social Security and Health Care!

Bush budget trims health care funds Health care providers would get smaller pay increases when caring for the elderly, poor and disabled under President Bush’s budget plan submitted to Congress on Monday.

9/2/2005

David Swenson’s electrostatic

Filed under: Interesting,Research,Social Security,Weird — 2:34 am

Sounds like this may be something the Defense Department might be interested in. Interesting how these type of discoveries are made.

David Swenson of 3M Corporation describes an anomaly where workers encountered a strange “invisible wall” in the area under a fast-moving sheet of electrically charged polypropelene film in a factory. This “invisible wall” was strong enough to prevent humans from passing through. A person near this “wall” was unable to turn, and so had to walk backwards to retreat from it.

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