We owe a debt to the future.
Expanding Social Security would be expensive and inefficient.
His staff routinely ignores him, and his threats aimed at corporations go unheeded.
The political appeal is an economic drawback.
Here are some thoughts about the unemployed being allowed to borrow against their future Social Security benefits.
The senator wants to expand Social Security, supposedly in response to the coronavirus. Charles Blahous goes through the reasons it's a bad idea.
We have two camps committed to protecting and expanding welfare benefits for those who need them least.
Trump indicated he would consider reforming programs like social security and Medicare, signaling a break from his campaign pledge not to cut entitlement spending.
Solving the Social Security problem maybe be unpopular, but it is necessary.