Ownership, not government spending, will shrink wealth gap

The average annual return on Social Security over the last 40 years has been about 1 percent per year and stocks returned 6 percent per year.

Read More

Change Social Security to a program of ownership

The extent to which Americans have conceded the moral dignity and economic benefits of ownership, allowing government to take control of their lives, has hurt our country.

Read More

Why can't we fix Social Security and Medicare?

Most Americans think they are entitled to defined Social Security benefits because they paid taxes. It's not true.

Read More

GOP narrative on PA-18 is wrong

Everyone should understand the moral and fiscal bankruptcy to which the liberal secular state is taking us.

Read More

A new look into poverty in America

Conservative thought leaders should spend quality time in distressed communities to educate residents about ideas that have failed and discuss innovative ideas that can bring the results they seek.

Read More

Celebrate black history by promoting black ownership

With all the handwringing about gaps in wealth and income in our country, if we were serious we would have policies that promote, rather than prohibit, ownership.

Read More

Solving fiscal crises through personal ownership

Our nation's current gross domestic product is around $18 trillion. The current shortfall in Social Security is almost twice this.

Read More

Why don't politicians tell the truth about social security?

Without taking action, Social Security benefits will be substantially cut in just 13 years.

Read More

Christie's Social Security reform hurts America, particularly minorities

Social Security taxes preclude wealth creation for low-income workers by taxing away the only funds they have available...

Read More

Give low income Americans exit option from Social Security

In 20 years there will be no funds to pay one third of the benefits of retirees.

Read More