Archive | 23 July 2011

Again, Social Security Checks Are NOT At Risk If The Debt Ceiling Isn’t Raised


I’ve posted about this before, but the message needs to be repeated often.

Judge Michael McConnell of the Tenth District Court of Appeals, visiting professor at both Harvard and Stanford, and also Senior Fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution (how’s that for a pedigree?) explains why the Social Security checks will go out next month just like every other month:

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US Credit Rating Officially Drops


Folks, this is what happens when you elect a less-than-one-term Senator with a penchant for voting “present” and troubling connections to lefties at the extreme end of the spectrum:

Credit rating agency Egan-Jones has cut the United States’ top credit ranking, citing concerns over the country’s high debt load and the difficulty the government faces in significantly reducing spending.

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