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That proposal would lower future benefits for middle- and high-income workers relative to what is currently promised.
Progressive indexing: Effect on benefits April 29, 2005 By Jeanne Sahadi, CNN/Money senior writer
Low-income workers, meanwhile, would see no change in their promised benefits.
Progressive indexing: Effect on benefits April 29, 2005 By Jeanne Sahadi, CNN/Money senior writer
maximum-income worker retiring at age 65 in 2045 would get an annual starting benefit of $22,829 (in 2005 dollars), which is 29 percent – or about $9,000 -- less than what he is currently promised
Progressive indexing: Effect on benefits April 29, 2005 By Jeanne Sahadi, CNN/Money senior writer
only those at the very bottom would recieve current benefit levels
Tim Wheeler People's Weekly World Newspaper
"Socail Security; What Crisis?; Bush means test would wreck Socail Security
Bush also stubbornly defended private retirement accounts despite their rejection by strong majority of the people
Tim Wheeler People's Weekly World Newspaper
"Socail Security; What Crisis?; Bush means test would wreck Socail Security
Bush would turn social security into a welfare program
Tim Wheeler People's Weekly World Newspaper
"Socail Security; What Crisis?; Bush means test would wreck Socail Security
His supporteers say DeLay, the House Majority Leader, has done nothing wrong-- that he is the target of unfair attacks from Democrats bent on Partisan revenge
Anne E. Kornblut New York Times
"Favors, loyalty keep DeLay above the Fray" May 8 2005
Neither recieved a senate confirmation vote, Republicans nots, because od Democratic fiibuster (Prisilla R Owen & Miguel A Estrada)
Charles Babington Washington post May 8 2005 "Clash Over Judicial Filibusters Nears Boiling Point"
His Small acts of kindneww have become lore. Pizza durning late-night votes. Travel arrangements for lowerlevel lawmakers, Birthday wishes, Get well Cards, condolances in emotional times.. almost every Republican in the House owes DeLay for something.
Anne E. Kornblut New York Times
"Favors, loyalty keep DeLay above the Fray" May 8 2005
the government steps in and says they are inappropriate for us to watch
Vince Horiuchi
Salt Lake Tribune Columnist
TV: Government censorship of cable TV would be indecent
05/09/2005
not on free TV, where regulation is understandable, but on cable where we pay
Vince Horiuchi
Salt Lake Tribune Columnist
TV: Government censorship of cable TV would be indecent
05/09/2005
Parents Television Council (PTC)
Vince Horiuchi
Salt Lake Tribune Columnist
TV: Government censorship of cable TV would be indecent
05/09/2005
60 percent said the same rules should apply to cable and regular broadcast TV.
Vince Horiuchi
Salt Lake Tribune Columnist
TV: Government censorship of cable TV would be indecent
05/09/2005
But 48 percent of respondents feel undue government restriction on television poses a greater danger than the TV industry producing harmful content
Vince Horiuchi
Salt Lake Tribune Columnist
TV: Government censorship of cable TV would be indecent
05/09/2005
79 percent, believe inadequate parental supervision is at fault for children being exposed to raunchy television -- as opposed to inadequate laws
Vince Horiuchi
Salt Lake Tribune Columnist
TV: Government censorship of cable TV would be indecent
05/09/2005
he has won three NBA championships and only one MVP
Giving the Selection Some Value
By Michael Wilbon
Tuesday, May 10, 2005
''This has been an incredible year for me and for our team. For me to come to a new situation and be accepted the way I've been by these guys, and for us to be able to form the bond that we have, it's been special.''
AP
Nash savors MVP honor
May 9, 2005
fourth-closest margin since the media began determining the winner in 1980-81
AP
Nash savors MVP honor
May 9, 2005
DeLay, his wife and a retinue of aides were treated to a 10-day, $120,000 trip to London and the fabled St. Andrews course in Scotland - with many expenses charged to lobbyists' credit cards
DeLay's worst: a dirty drama of bondage
May 10, 2005
Marie Cocco
News Day
Abramoff was working to keep the Northern Marianas Islands free of new U.S. regulations.
Associated Press
DeLay lobbyist's records probed
5/10/2005
DeLay said, quote, "We did everything by the book."
KBTV news
The Second Amendment is absolute and cannot be infringed upon but more limits need to be placed on the First Amendment.
Terry Mitchell
05/05/05)
Feeling Squeezed By Political Correctness
Y is All Children
program are specifically designed for a very young audience, including children from ages 2 - 6.
http://www.tvguidelines.org/ratings.asp
Older Children children age 7 and above mild fantasy violence or comedic violence, or may frighten children under the age of 7. represented by a Y7
http://www.tvguidelines.org/ratings.asp
Older Children - Fantasy Violence
represented by a Y7 PV
http://www.tvguidelines.org/ratings.asp
General Audience
Most parents would find this program suitable for all ages. no violence, no strong language and little or no sexual dialogue represented by a G
http://www.tvguidelines.org/ratings.asp
Parental Guidance Suggested
contains one or more of the following: moderate violence (V), some sexual situations (S), infrequent coarse language (L), or some suggestive dialogue (D). represnted by a G
http://www.tvguidelines.org/ratings.asp
Parents Strongly Cautioned
unsuitable for children under 14 years of age intense violence (V), intense sexual situations (S), strong coarse language (L), or intensely suggestive dialogue (D
http://www.tvguidelines.org/ratings.asp
Mature Audience Only
unsuitable for children under 17 more of the following: graphic violence (V), explicit sexual activity (S), or crude indecent language (L).
http://www.tvguidelines.org/ratings.asp