How to Tinker With Social Security Correctly

Written by Paul Griffitts

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Then we can look atrepparttar Federal Government's refusal to fundrepparttar 125889 Investigative department ofrepparttar 125890 agency who reviews ongoing disability cases and determines if there is a heath improvement and removes claimants fromrepparttar 125891 payroll who otherwise may receive unmerited benefits for many years or life. Not to mentionrepparttar 125892 fact that ifrepparttar 125893 claimant is paid there is no review byrepparttar 125894 Appeals Council andrepparttar 125895 claimant is paid ongoing for life.

These are just a few ofrepparttar 125896 areas that can save tax payers a ton of money and getrepparttar 125897 money to where it is really needed. Setting aside two percent of my contributed six percent to a "Private Investment" may net me a few more dollars when I'm 67 years old but at what risk. Fixingrepparttar 125898 broken internal problems are much more likely to ensure that in 17 years there will be a retirement Social Security check.

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The Glorious Acts of Our Legislature

Written by By Mike Kole

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But why just cell phones? Ifrepparttar real intent ofrepparttar 125888 law is to eliminate distractions from our roadways, why not ban them all? Summers could justifiably expandrepparttar 125889 proposal to include a ban on smoking inrepparttar 125890 car, adjustingrepparttar 125891 radio or inserting a Britney Spears CD, eating fast food, scoldingrepparttar 125892 rug rats inrepparttar 125893 backseat, talking with your spouse, shaving or applying makeup, doingrepparttar 125894 crossword puzzle, using a laptop computer, calling for on-screen directions to Starbucks, and rehearsing your excuse that explains your tardiness torepparttar 125895 boss.

Could we really ban Britney Spears CDs? I digress.

Beforerepparttar 125896 law is done with revisions, no common person will be able to read and understand it, and mainly, drivers will just continue to take their chances.

This begsrepparttar 125897 significant philosophical question: Why bother?

Isnít it sufficient that citations can already be issued ifrepparttar 125898 use of a cell phone isrepparttar 125899 cause of an accident? Why pile on? No harm, no foul: Ifrepparttar 125900 use of a cell phone isnít endangering anyone inrepparttar 125901 moment, why penalize forrepparttar 125902 harm that was not caused?

Ah,repparttar 125903 law is to be a deterrent, to eliminaterepparttar 125904 possibility of harm. But wonít it also become more than that? How much of a stretch is it to envision police pulling over drivers who endanger nobody on a deserted road at 11pm, but who are guilty of making a cell call, just sorepparttar 125905 officer can meet his monthly quota? Isnít that a harm all its own?

Say, ifrepparttar 125906 police pull a driver over torepparttar 125907 side ofrepparttar 125908 road, isnít thatrepparttar 125909 sort of distraction that could cause an accident? It should be banned!

Letís hope this Bill dies in committee. If it passes, Summers will run for re-election in 2006 onrepparttar 125910 basis of having produced this wonderful lawÖ and of having been suitably busy.

Chair of the Libertarian Party of Hamilton County (Noblesville) and candidate for Secretary of State (2006).

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