SOTU: Big on social security reform
We will be hearing lots from President Bush tonight about reforming social security. Its too bad he won't mention Clinton's 1998 SOTU speech in which his tag line was "Save Social Security First. It was an emergency then, today, it is only a scare tactic.
Anyway, if you want to hear from two leading proponents of social security reform, check out these interviews from Pundit Review Radio,
The first is with Don Luskin, political economist and writer for Smart Money, National Review and the blog PoorandStupid. Listen to what he has to say about the unfairness of the current system to poor and minorities and the coming numbers crunch that the Dems want you to believe doesn't excist.
Don Luskin on Pundit Review Radio
The second interview is with Mr. Charles Jarvis, Chairman and Chief Executive of USA Next and United Seniors Association (USA).
Mr. Jarvis' political career includes stints as a senior executive in the administrations of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush, including Deputy Undersecretary of the Interior. He also served as Legislative Director for U.S. Senator Charles Grassley, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee.
His organization, United Seniors Association, is a 1.5 million-plus national network of grassroots activists dedicated to Uniting the Generations for America’s FutureTM. USA works intensively to expand Economic Freedom, Health Freedom and Retirement and Investment Freedom for all Americans at every age and every stage in life.
Charles Jarvis on Pundit Review Radio