The above entitlement programs are on an unsustainable path that the Gen X and Millennial Generations will have to address. Continue reading →
If you ever want to see what generational political differences Baby Boomers have with my generation (Gen X) and others behind me, bring up Social Security.
New report has come out showing a higher percentage of refugee children
The Social Security Administration is reporting spending hit Continue reading →
Center for Immigration Studies just released an extensive breakdown of what taxpayers take on financially for Middle Eastern refugees to live in America. Continue reading →
The federal government is great at spending money. Currently it spends
Via The Washington Examiner –
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PRINCETON, N.J. — The first members of the huge baby-boom generation in the U.S. have reached retirement age in recent years, and these older boomers are retiring in large numbers, just as Americans in their mid- to late 60s did a few years earlier. While about eight in 10 boomers in their early 50s are in the workforce, the percentage employed drops to about 50% for boomers who are 60, and the proportion accelerates downward with each year of age thereafter. Only about a third of those aged 67 and 68 — the oldest boomers — are still working in some capacity.
The Tax Foundation put together a chart showing how federal tax dollars were spent.