[Ryan’s plan] reforms the currently-unsustainable Medicare and Medicaid programs, and targets the inflated costs which have distorted the market beyond recognition.
‘A defined contribution system is one no longer supported by taxpayers, but, rather by the responsible investment choices of individuals.’
The specter of even more pronounced rising costs, as evidenced by Kaiser’s study, may not only keep the economy stagnant, but exacerbate the already fragile situation.
The administration rosily projects that ‘not a dime’ will be added to the deficit, but this ridiculous promise is left to Congress to fulfill.
If Markey and Holt succeed, coastal states would lose out on approximately $150 billion over the next 60 years.
Despite the notable growth of broadband access and wireless technology in Louisiana, there remains vast untapped potential for this market.
A year after the drilling ban was ordered, we should ask ourselves some very important questions. What was the purpose of the moratorium and was it necessary?
With government spending in the crosshairs of politicians, it is unreasonable for the federal government to needlessly increase outlays for research which can, and is, financed privately.
MPERS gambled with public money, and lost. If this were a private company, these disastrous mistakes would surely result in bankruptcy.
Soon Louisiana redistricting will reveal the state’s power players, and they will work to the advantage of Republicans.