The U.S. Census Bureau has released the Number, Timing and Duration of Marriages and Divorces: 2016 report. The report uses data from the 2016 American Community Survey (ACS) 1-year estimates, 2014 Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) Wave 1, and 2014 Social Security Administration Supplement to provide… Read More ›
There are two candidates who will be on the ballot this November 2020 in Florida’s 22nd Congressional District. Voters will decide between incumbent Ted Deutch or James Pruden. Voters have a choice with stark differences between the two candidates whether… Read More ›
Commentary: Of the three presidential candidates, who would maximize the freedoms of individuals in America?
Joe Biden and Donald Trump both support for nationalistic and protectionist policies. Much of Biden’s “Bold Vision” on his website could have been taken from Trump’s vision for America — almost verbatim when it comes to Made in America, creating millions of American jobs, etc. Both Biden and Trump have been fear-mongering during their campaigns, while Jorgensen has been promoting her ideas.
Scores of Libertarians running for federal, state, and local office have pledged to fight for big tax cuts, complete government financial transparency, ending the Federal Reserve, and other measures that will force politicians to stop wasting and misusing taxpayer funds…. Read More ›
Today, January 13, 2015, Our Generation, a nonpartisan free market advocacy group commended Congress for introducing policy proposals important to seniors and supporters of limited government. Our Generation would like to highlight two priorities that Congress has supported in first… Read More ›
New Poll by The Senior Citizens League Shows Social Security Recipients Think Government Manipulates CPI Data
People who receive Social Security benefits overwhelmingly think the federal government is manipulating consumer price index (CPI) data, according to a new poll by The Senior Citizens League (TSCL). When asked, “Do you believe the government is manipulating the CPI… Read More ›