Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Cuts to Social Security payments could cost 419,000 jobs. According to the Southern Rural Development Center, "If Social Security payments were reduced by only five percent, the nation’s economic output would decrease by $63 billion, 419,000 jobs would be lost and tax revenues would decrease by $7.8 billion."

If that is the case, then who are the geniuses who are crying wolf, demanding that Social Security gets cut down? My guess is that those critics don't rely on Social Security.
DUIs and insurance rates: This item focuses on Florida law, but the principles should remain the same even if you are in an East Tennessee or Knoxville DUI incident.