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Social Security Has Been Boosted, Not Looted

Social Security and Class Warfare

Does the Social Security Trust Fund Really Exist?

Raising Payroll Taxes to Save Social Security Will Cost the Average Worker $73,000

Social Security’s Trust Fund to Start Losing Value in 2013

Taking Social Security Off-Budget

The Payroll Tax Holiday Does Not Impact Social Security, but It Does Redistribute Wealth

The Costs and Savings of Changing Social Security to a Personal Ownership System

Social Security Trust Fund to Begin Declining in 2014, Not 2021

Federal Government’s 2017 Fiscal Shortfall Is 74% Worse Than Reported Budget Deficit

Illegal Immigrants and Federal Income Taxes

Federal Fiscal Shortfall Surges Past $100 Trillion

Fact-Based Poll Reveals Fictions Believed by Voters

Federal Fiscal Shortfall Nears $1 Million Per Household

Poll Reveals Voters are Uninformed About Major Issues

Poll Reveals Voters Misinformed About Key Issues

Pre-Election Poll: Voters Broadly Misinformed About Key Issues

Treasury Data Reveals Federal Shortfall of $614,000 per U.S. Household

New Treasury Data Shows Federal Shortfall of $670,000 Per U.S. Household

Quantifying Illegal Votes Cast by Non-Citizens in the Battleground States of the 2020 Presidential Election

AOC’s Baseless Accusation That the U.S. Is a “Brutal, Barbarian Society”

How Hard and Effectively do Americans Work?

Treasury Report: Federal Fiscal Shortfall is $603,000 per Household

Substantial Numbers of Non-Citizens Vote Illegally in U.S. Elections

Are Today’s Newborns the Luckiest Generation in U.S. History?

Has Government Turned Us Into a Nation of Makers and Takers?

What Portion of the Federal Budget Is Spent on the Military?

Can We Prevent a Debt-Driven Economic Collapse Without Reforming Entitlements?

Social Ills That Plague African Americans Coincide With Leftism, Not Racism

Illegal Immigrants Are Far More Likely to Commit Serious Crimes Than the U.S. Public

Government-Mandated Benefits Suppress Workers’ Wages

Economy Declined as Government Spending Rose

Happy Holidays, You Owe the Federal Government $195,554

Reporters Distort the Truth About Government Spending

The Impact of Obamacare and Ryancare on Medicare

Federal Government Finances Deteriorated by $6.5 Trillion in 2012

Audit Reveals Federal Finances Are Far Worse Than Publicized Figures

USA Today & Facebook Use Slanderous “Fact Check” to Suppress Facts About Illegal Voting By Non-Citizens

Donald Trump and the Media Agree on Middle-Class Income, and They are Both Wrong

The New York Times Regularly Publishes Falsehoods That Spur Violent Unrest and Civic Dysfunction

Maximum Facts About the Minimum Wage

The Washington Post Grossly Understates the Crime Rate of Illegal Immigrants

Warren Buffett’s Fraudulent Tax Claims (Part 2)

Current National Debt Situation is the Worst in U.S. History

Media Outlets Stir Racial Strife and Slander Trump for Urging Governors to Protect People’s Rights

The U.S. is a Democratic Constitutional Republic, and Yes, It Matters

Is the Economy to Blame for Our “Runaway National Debt”?

Obama’s Plan for Tackling the Deficit

FactCheck Abets False Obama Claim About Romney’s Taxes

Krugman and Obama Mislead on Debts and Deficits

The National Debt Is Rising—Not Declining

Widespread Poverty Stats Greatly Overstate the Number of Americans Who Are Destitute

Beware of the “Fact Checkers”

What the $20 Trillion National Debt Means to You

Four Fabrications About Firearms

Five Fallacies About Guns and Violence

2017: The Year in Facts and Falsehoods

Effects of Immigration From Impoverished Nations

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If Congress had never changed the original Social Security Act of 1935, how much longer would the program stay solvent than the Social Security Administration’s current best estimate? If Congress…

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After the federal government pays back with interest the $2.9 trillion that it owes to Social Security, what is the estimated average shortfall for everyone currently in the program? After…

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Which of the following ailments is the most common reason why people receive Social Security disability benefits? Among the 9.5 million people who were receiving Social Security disability payments in…

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…programs like Social Security have similar effects because the taxes used to fund these programs hinder people’s ability to save, and the expectation of benefits reduces their incentive to save….

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…were blocked by court rulings. Some states require voters to submit Social Security numbers and perform checks on them, but the chief actuary of the SS Administration estimated in 2013…

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…likely” this hack exposed virtually all federal employees, including those with “Top Secret level clearance.” The stolen information includes their Social Security numbers, financial histories, fingerprints, and “information about immediate…

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…be? In his 1964 State of the Union speech, Johnson said, “We must provide hospital insurance for older citizens financed by every worker and his employer under Social Security, contributing…

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…disposable income.” Some of the other factors that are associated with people’s self-assessments of how well they live include sex life satisfaction, job security, having a child at home, spending…

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…a 2013 report by the Social Security Administration that estimated there were 0.7 million unauthorized immigrants who worked by using SS numbers obtained by using “fraudulent birth certificates” and 1.8…

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How many unauthorized immigrants has the Biden administration allowed into the United States after they were apprehended crossing the border? Citing “internal Homeland Security data and court filings,” the New…

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…was for social programs that provide healthcare, income security, education, nutrition, housing, and cultural services. These programs have grown from 30% of government outlays in 1959 to 68% in 2020….

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…exclude the portion of the national debt that the federal government owes to programs like Social Security and Medicare. In stark contrast, politicians and journalists commonly include this same money…

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…Medicaid, Supplemental Security Income, and Social Security. Some claim that Social Security is “not government spending” because it “saves” people’s money and returns it to them. In reality, Social Security

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