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Pat Boone Sings Praises of Charles Djou for Support of Permanent Repeal of Death Tax

(Honolulu, HI) – A national non-partisan senior citizens group announced today that 1st district GOP congressional candidate Charles Djou has received its Benjamin Franklin Award because “he has vowed to support full and permanent repeal of the federal estate tax ‘death tax.’” With more than 7.2 million senior supporters nationally, the 60 Plus Association is a nationally recognized senior citizen advocacy group, and the acknowledged leader in the fight to repeal the federal estate, or “death tax” as it more accurately termed because dying triggers the unfair, double tax.

April 15, 2014 | Read more…

Death Tax Repeal Reaches 200 Cosponsors

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today with the help from the 60 Plus Association, H.R. 2429, the Death Tax Repeal Act of 2013, reached 200 bipartisan cosponsors including support from nearly every Republican member of the House Committee on Ways and Means:

April 2, 2014 | Read more…

Supreme Court Strikes a Blow in Support of Free Speech

Jim Martin: “Arbitrary limits on political speech that give the ruling class an upper hand to muzzle the voice of the people have no place in our nation.”

(Alexandria, Virginia) – The 60 Plus Association, the nation’s largest conservative senior citizens organization with over 7.2 million senior supporters, and the acknowledged alternative to the liberal AARP, cheered today’s Supreme Court 5-4 Ruling in the McCutcheon vs. Federal Elections Commission case ending the arbitrary limits on aggregate campaign contributions. 60 Plus Chairman Jim Martin issued the following statement:

April 2, 2014 | Read more…

New York Increases Death Tax Exemption; Seniors Praise Governor and Legislature

Alexandria, VA – Yesterday, the New York legislature passed its annual budget, increasing the state’s death tax exemption to match the federal exemption over five years. New York is the second state this year to increase their exemption to match the federal estate tax.

April 1, 2014 | Read more…

March Monthly Update

Beware the Ides of March, so the saying goes. Julius Caesar ignored this bit of advice to his detriment, but you don’t have to be a Roman emperor to find some meaning in this ancient wisdom. In Washington, all eyes are on the November elections, but the cold Winter months prior hold much peril for politicians who continue to abuse power and common sense with the hope that most Americans aren’t paying attention.

March 17, 2014 | Read more…

Charlie Crist Thinks Florida Seniors Losing Their Doctors is “Great”

Jim Martin: “Charlie Crist is a clear and present danger to all Florida seniors and their families if he again comes anywhere near the Governor’s mansion.”

(Alexandria, Virginia) – 60 Plus Association Chairman Jim Martin, leader of the nation’s largest conservative seniors organization with over 7.2 million senior supporters, including 800,000 in his home state of Florida, today responded to Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist’s appearance on CNN this week where he denied that Floridians have faced any negative effects of Obamacare and called the law ‘great.’  Said Martin:

March 12, 2014 | Read more…

Keep the Promise to Seniors Act is Utmost Priority for Congress

Jim Martin: “Voting in support of Rep. Renee Ellmers (R-NC) bill to save seniors’ prescription drug plans should be on every member of Congress’s to do list.”

(Alexandria, Virginia) – 60 Plus Association Chairman Jim Martin, leader of the nation’s largest conservative seniors organization with over 7.2 million senior supporters, today offered his highest endorsement to Rep. Renee Ellmers’ H.R. 4160, the Keep the Promise to Seniors Act, which will protect the highly successful and popular Medicare Part D prescription drug benefit from a proposed rules change from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

March 11, 2014 | Read more…