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Christians don't get to pick and choose Conservatives of all stripes have apoplexy when they hear the "S" word (socialism). They think that it is the same as communism and that being a "pinko" is the same as being a "red."
December 06, 2013 Broward Sheriff's Office for law enforcement and firefighting are facing a painful financial reckoning...Taxes for $5 million dollar pensions at age 45 are going to double every 5 years for as far as the eye can see.
Must read The state pension age of 68 will take effect in the mid 2030s, a decade earlier than expected, and by the late 2040s, the retirement age will rise to 69. Rising life expectancy and the U.K. government's belief that retirement should take up
Poland (AP) Poland's lawmakers have narrowly approved a controversial reform to the country's pension system that transfers some of the savings from private funds to the state. Under the plan that is to take effect in February, private pension funds
Undoubtedly these two actions are just the tip of the iceberg. We have opened up a new sport for America's elite: pension theft. The specifics of the situations are very different, but the outcome is the same. Public employees who spent decades
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Dec 5, 2013 After revelations this week about the legislative agenda of the Koch brothers-backed American Legislative Exchange Council, documents obtained by The Guardian give a closer look into a coordinated assault by conservative groups across the
N.J. (AP) A former school superintendent in New Jersey has lost his $155,000 pension. A state pension board unanimously revoked Michael Ritacco's pension, calling his actions a "complete betrayal of trust." The former superintendent of the Toms River
That should make them easier to prevent than the more impulsive actions of the young, says Kim Yeong-sook of the Korea Suicide Prevention Centre. This year, part of a 2.5 billion won ($2.3m) budget for elderly suicide preventionthe first of its
Firefighters to strike again over pensions Firefighters have been on strike four times since September Firefighters in England and Wales have announced another round of strike action in their dispute with the government over pensions. Members of the