At a family gathering over the holidays in Florida, the conversation inevitably turned to politics. Some of the seniors at
While we at the National Committee extend warm holiday wishes to all our readers, the joy of the season is
After his re-election in 2004, President George W. Bush declared he would spend his political capital to realize a long-held conservative goal: end
The National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare participated today in the delivery of over 1,000,000 petition signatures demanding that Congress
House Speaker Paul Ryan perpetuated dangerous falsehoods about Medicare on CBS “60 Minutes” Sunday night. In an interview with correspondent Scott
Well, that didn't take long. Just days after the election and already the GOP has confirmed, what we've been warning for months.
Donald Trump made a lot of promises to the American people during the Presidential campaign. For seniors, who supported him overwhelmingly,
Debate watchers predicted last night's Vice Presidential debate might put policy above personality (for a change) and to some degree that happened.
By most accounts, tonight's Vice Presidential debate candidates Democratic Senator Tim Kaine and Republican Governor Mike Pence will meet for the
Congress has cut the Social Security Administration's core operating budget by 10 percent since 2010, after adjusting for inflation. Incredibly, this is