remove 'special interest funding' so that we can focus on the needs of the nation as a whole. Look at the impact on the lowest common denominator before making broad reaching decisions. This nation is passed the breaking point and no one is willing to give up their piece. Be socially responsible!
If you give a homeless man $10k he'll either be dead or still homeless after one month. He didn't become homeless because he didn't have money; he became homeless because he didn't know what to do with money. Giving a failing business money only makes things... more »
New legislation for the STATE OF FLORIDA/ WORK PLACE related to PAIN KILLER. In other words: "DRUG FREE STATE/DRUG FREE WORK PLACE"
Coralis Méndez, MA., B.A.
Congressmen should not be allowed to receive a congressional retirement. They shouldn't serve for long period of times, but should return to private life after one or two terms. We need congress to represent the people, not themselves.
Our founding fathers served in Congress and Senate without pay. Our Congress and Senate today are the highest paid people in the Federal Workforce with the most free perks of anyone and by God they get a raise every year, but the little people that pays their wages do not get a say. My suggestion is to cut their pays in half and eliminate the perks!
2. Congress (past, present and future) participates in Social Security. All funds in the Congressional retirement fund move to the Social Security System immediately. All future funds flow into the Social Security System, and Congress participates with the American people. It may not be used... more »
We are required to send out letters telling number holders they are not eligible for SSI. Most are not asking for it or even know what it is. It cost for the paper, postage, and the phone calls received by SSA to explain what SSI is