Shame On Medicare Reform Foes

Shame On Medicare Reform Foes

“Enemies of Medicare modernization are just as adept at psychological warfare as the U.S. military — maybe even more so, since they have more actual field experience. If there was some good reason, beyond nostalgia, for preventing reform of the creaking health-care system for America’s seniors, their behavior might be understandable. But Medicare is a financial catastrophe and human tragedy in the making,” says 60 Plus Association President, Jim Martin.

Social Security Trustees Report: Inaction Not An Option

“Not surprisingly, the Board of Trustees of the Social Security and Medicare Trust Funds annual report released Monday covered territory we’ve been over before but is as timely as ever. The path Social Security is on now is unsustainable. Clearly, the current system that so many retirees depend upon is a ticking time bomb. Only the foolish or those attempting to score political points would want to turn their backs on meaningful reform.”

Wealth And Our Commonwealth: Why America Should Tax Accumulated Fortunes

Authors Credit 60 Plus Association President Jim Martin With Renaming The Estate Tax The “Death” Tax.

Dems’ Miss The Point.

Judicial Nominees Should Be Assessed For Application Of Law, Not Ideology.By James L. Martin

Letter To Senator Stabenow

Letter from James L. Martin to The Honorable Debbie A. Stabenow, United States Senate “Dear Senator Stabenow: Once again the issue of importation of prescription drugs has reared its ugly head– and it represents a danger to all Americans but especially senior citizens. In fact, reimportation of prescription drugs is, indeed, hazardous to the health of America’s seniors.”

Seniors Honor Congressman Johnson

Congressman Sam Johnson (R-TX) has earned a Lawmaker of the Month Award from the 60 Plus Association, a national senior citizens organization.

Good Enough For Senators, Good Enough For Seniors

The plan touted by President Bush Tuesday is strikingly similar to the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP) already enjoyed by some 9 million civil servants and members of Congress.