New Deal & Social Security

The New Deal was a series of economic programs implemented in the United States between 1933 and 1936. They were passed by the U.S. Social security is primarily a social insurance program providing social protection or protection against socially recognized conditions, including poverty, old age, disability, unemployment and others. 5.0/5

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Long was an early advocate for old age pensions which became Social Security in the 2nd New Deal.
Social Security: Signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1935 as part of the New Deal.
The whole point of Republican rhetoric these days is to try to switch labels: that Democrats were responsible for the Great Depression, and that Republicans are responsible for all economic and social progress under the New Deal. Now, imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but in this case it is most common or garden variety of fraud. You have all been to the circus, but even the best performing elephants could not do a handspring without falling flat on their backs. [FDR- 1940 campaign] If it were not so tragic, it would indeed be funny. The greatest purveyor of gridlock, obstruction, hurting the American People so that they would feel bad enough to blame the president... i.e., Mitch Mcconnell (R-KY)... he says that he will end gridlock! Republicans, and only Republicans, have tried to privatize Social Security. Republicans have been against Social Security from the day it was conceived. Ronald Reagan, Republicans' saint, made his political debut explaining how Medicare would destroy all freedo ...
I was so elated by last night's Republican rout that I was moved to write a little ditty to commemorate the occasion. It is sung to the tune of "Happy Days Are Here Again," which, ironically, was played to honor the victory of that most despicable progressive president, Franklin Roosevelt--you know, the guy who came up with the New Deal and Social Security, and all those other obscene programs for the deadwood that leeches off of us: Happy days are here again The GOP's in gear again Let us sing a song of fear again Happy days are here again One percenters shout it now Another Wall Street bailout--WOW! We could use another war 'bout now Happy days are here again Bridge-- Your taxes all will be gone Labor will pay from now on Repeat first stanza
President Obama, One Corporate Puppet Among Many By Carl Gibson, Reader Supported News 14 April 13 his year, the New Deal turned 80. And those same New Deal programs championed by FDR, a Democrat, defined the bedrock of the American left political achievements for all others who would seek the presidency. Now, the corporate takeover of our government has proven that those New Deal programs can be slowly dismantled by a Democrat president, as the Obama administration fully digs its heels in on an austerity agenda. He's not the one running the show, but rather, his strings are being pulled by Wall Street bankers and hedge fund managers like Pete Peterson, who is most of the wallet behind the corporate-funded "Fix the Debt" sham campaign. Even one of Fix the Debt's key spokesmen admitted that their goal was to create an "artificial crisis" that would justify gutting Social Security. Jack Lew, Obama's Treasury secretary, is leading the administration's doublespeak on austerity. In Europe, he's told political ...
Is it possible that kids growing up today will think that having their every movement watched by the NSA is normal? What’s radical today often becomes accepted tomorrow, something we see already with the Welfare State. In the 1930s FDR radically expanded government, shocking Americans of the time with programs like Social Security and the National Labor Relations Act. But a new generation grew up living in the post-FDR America, and what was once radical became normal over time. Now most Americans can’t imagine scrapping FDR’s Welfare State. Now, we see the same thing happening in surveillance. The NSA shocks and scares us now, but will it scare our grandchildren? Or will they accept it as the new normal, as integral to America as the NLRA? Will 9/11 do for surveillance what the New Deal did for welfare?
Social Security is even worse then a Ponzi Scheme! The facts about Social Security are these. Yes, it’s a Ponzi Scheme, thus criminally fraudulent (as I’ll explain), but even worse, because it coerces us to be a part of it. Since the scheme began in 1935 the full force of the U.S. government has compelled a growing portion of citizens to suffer by it, such that we all do so by now. A scheme of such widespread, compulsory fraud is unprecedented in U.S. history, and perhaps one of the most shameful (and popular) of FDR’s New Deal schemes. Rationality and justice require that the system be terminated – now. Yet neither virtue can be found in Perry’s proposal to pawn it off to fifty states and decentralize the fraud – or in Romney’s plan to “reform” and “save” the scheme and thus perpetuate the fraud – or in Cain’s notion that it be operated by quasi-profit-seeking (loss-imposing) “firms” like Bernard Madoff Investment Securities LLC, and thus privatize the fraud. A fraud remains ...
"Since the New Deal, Republicans have been on the wrong side of every issue of concern to ordinary Americans; Social Security, the war in Vietnam, equal rights, civil liberties, church- state separation, consumer issues, public education, reproductive freedom, national Health Care, labor issues, gun policy, campaign-finance reform, the environment and tax fairness. No political party could remain so consistently wrong by accident. The only rational conclusion is that, despite their cynical "family values" propaganda, the Republican Party is a criminal conspiracy to betray the interests of the American People in favor of plutocratic and corporate interests, and absolutist religious groups." - www.evilgopbastards.com
Presidents Day Weekend to rate the presidents is a hard task different eras from 1789-present . Andy Rooney once said I don't know anyone who dislikes Gerald Ford can't rate him as a president . Abraham Lincoln is my personal favorite president his tenure was the Civil War that was one the darkest moments in American History and ending slavery that led to the Civil Rights Act 100 years later . During the Great Depression FDR had instituted the New Deal the benefits of Social Security & Unemployment that helped the needy not the lazy . During the 1950s Dwight Eisenhower a reasonable conservative instituted the Interstate Highway system from Seattle to Miami improving road quality . 43 Presidents Grover Cleveland 22nd & 24th a long term cancer survivor . A president can only serve 2 teams 8 years and 10 years maximum if they had inherited the presidency . The founding fathers agreed on a democracy not my way or the highway away from the British Rule of the 13 Original Colonies . No country is perfect being ...
I tried to scan C33 in but failed...sigh... 1. Eleanor Roosevelt (824) 2. Black voting shifts with FDR (826) 3. Need for )jobs' programs in 1933 (830) 4. Why Father Coughlin and Huey Long scared people (832-833) 5. Why the National Recovery Admin (NRA) failed (835-836) 6. The end of Prohibition (836) 7. Why the Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA) was unpopular and why the Supreme Court ruled it unconstitutional (837) 8. Causes of the Dust Bowl (837) 9. Achievements of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) (839) 10. Impact of Social Security (841) 11. Roosevelt's court scheme/outcome (845-846) 12. Criticisms of the New Deal (848-849) 13. Support of the New Deal (849)
Why There’s No Outcry SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 2014 People ask me all the time why we don’t have a revolution in America, or at least a major wave of reform similar to that of the Progressive Era or the New Deal or the Great Society. Middle incomes are sinking, the ranks of the poor are swelling, almost all the economic gains are going to the top, and big money is corrupting our democracy. So why isn’t there more of a ruckus? The answer is complex, but three reasons stand out. First, the working class is paralyzed with fear it will lose the jobs and wages it already has. In earlier decades, the working class fomented reform. The labor movement led the charge for a Minimum Wage, 40-hour workweek, unemployment insurance, and Social Security. No longer. Working people don’t dare. The share of working-age Americans holding jobs is now lower than at any time in the last three decades and 76 percent of them are living paycheck to paycheck. No one has any job security. The last thing they want to do is make ...
Buy Claire Conner's book: Government Shutdown! Right wing, Tea Party, Conservative, John Birch Society utopia! They hate the New Deal, they hate Social Security, they hate any government that does not do THEIR bidding. They only want that part of government that works f...
There doesn't have to be a Tea Party for the spirit to live on. What's more important on the right is that people know and understand the differences between Social Conservatives and Fiscal Conservatives and well as Social Progressives. Social Conservatives were people like George Bush 1 and 2, Nixon, and many (most) elected Republican candidates throughout the last century. Most were not against the New Deal of Roosevelt for instance. (Social Security) They usually were against Johnsons Great Society though. (and has been proved to be a failure) Most were not about making the government really smaller or less intrusive. There were few Fiscal Conservatives at all with any power then or today. Bush for instance was not a conservative from a fiscal standpoint. He grew government at the federal level as well as the state level as has his ex democrat buddy Rick Perry. It doesn't take long to see that what Tea Party people call a conservative and what John Mccain or George Bush call a conservative are two dif ...
MEET THE FACES BEHIND THE LIES ABOUT SOCIAL SECURITY Research Pete Peterson's WEB of organizations.competing WITH the Koch's for Total Control of the American Nation. These two men work directly with Pete Peterson who has made it his life time goal to role all the Social Security funds into Wall Street Accounts and ending the New Deal leaving millions of seniors broke and to die in the streets.
Yes, I know the republicans fought against Social Security and Medicare. I get that. Clinton began the softening up process and Obama has been most direct about his willingness to end this last bit of the New Deal. Why do you suppose he picked Alan Simpson to lead his commission to tell him how to solve the Social Security problem? There was not a single other retired republican statesman with a neutral view? Not one? In 2011 at a press conference held by members of the House Out of Poverty Caucus Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich), the second most senior member of the U.S. House, was pointed in his criticism of the White House regarding jobs and cuts to Social Security the President put on the table last week. “We’ve got to educate the American People at the same time we educate the President of the United States. The Republicans, Speaker Boehner or Majority Leader Cantor did not call for Social Security cuts in the budget deal. The President of the United States called for that,” So, if you must continual ...
Seen on the Web: Chained CPI (on Social Security benefits) may not have been Obama's idea, but he included it in the budget proposals, so he is responsible if it gets enacted. Remember, from his first days as President, he said everything was on the table, including Social Security and Medicare. His economic advisors, such as Robert Rubin, Larry Summers, and Tim Geithner, were all Wall Street cronies. He ignored the wiser advice of progressive economists such as Nobel Laureates Joseph Stiglitz and Paul Krugman for a much larger stimulus, including Federal Government-created jobs as FDR had done in 1933. His health insurance plan, ACA or Obamcare, was written by insurance industry insiders for the profit of the insurance industry, while he took single-payer/Medicare for All Health Care off the table from the start (as did then-Speaker Pelosi). The Republicans are not the only ones who want to roll back the New Deal and the Great Society. Wall Street/Corporate Democrats such as Obama want that as well, and ...
Government Shutdown - It Takes Two Midnight September 30th, 2013, the Federal Government shut down amid the banter of a President unable to adequately sell the American People and the opposition party on a plan known the Affordable Healthcare Act. In response to several attempts to thwart a law inspired by their own party's "brain trust" in the 90's, the GOP opted to ask for a stunning set of demands, many of them actually favored by the President, in return for an increase to the debt ceiling. The President perhaps would have been intrigued by the offer, perhaps, if it hadn't included his pet project, the ACA, better known as Obamacare. He hasn't exactly been very staunch against cutting Medicaid, Medicare, or even Social Security, and in many cases has spoken out in support of attacking many societal institutions created during the New Deal era. Just earlier this year Derrick Thompson reported in The Atlantic, the President announced plans to cut between 200-to-380 billion more from Social Security and ...
Sadly, it goes back farther than that. Look at people who opposed Social Security & the New Deal.
"PENNSYLVANIA'S SAFETY NET IS IN TROUBLE," NATIONAL JOURNAL REPORTS: State Republicans are increasingly critical of it, and, despite an increase from last year, the state's new budget doesn't boost welfare spending to the level desired by Republican Gov. Tom Corbett. But state lawmakers have a way to save Pennsylvania's Department of Public Welfare: Change the name. The state House approved a bill Monday night that will gradually change the name of the department to the Department of Human Services. When the New Deal began, the term "welfare" was understood to encompass not just programs that subsidized poverty (which were known as "relief") but also "social insurance" schemes like Social Security. In its contemporary usage, then, "welfare" began as a euphemism for "relief." Euphemisms inevitably lose their soothing power as they come to be understood as the actual name for that to which they refer--a phenomenon known as the "euphemism treadmill." Perhaps by the time the gradual transition to "Department ...
Ayn Rand And The "VIP-DIP'ers" Despite persistent rumors, Rand Paul was not named in honor of influential conservative thinker, Ayn Rand. His name is Randall. It's good he was not named for Ayn Rand because her real name was Alisa Zinovievna Rosenbaum which she changed honoring her Rand typewriter. Miss Rand, famously a believer in rugged individualism and personal responsibility, was a strong defender of self-interest. She was a staunch opponent of government programs from the New Deal and Social Security to the Great Society and Medicare. A Library of Congress survey of the most influential books on American readers, "Atlas Shrugged" ranked second only to the Bible. Rand's influence is encyclopedic ranging from Alan Greenspan to Paul "I grew up on Ayn Rand" Ryan (R-Wis), a "Young Gun" who aims to cut or privatize Medicare and Social Security. The Right should be commended politically for their ability to develop and stick to a unified message. But close inspection of this unified message reveals a disap ...
When Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Social Security into law in 1935, he envisioned the important New Deal legislation being strengthened over time. Instead, it has been attacked relentlessly over the last 80 years. Most recently, President Obama's fiscal 2014 budget proposal includes a change in…
Concerning 'Mr. Smith Goes To Washington," the Frank Capra movie starring a very impassioned Jimmy Stewart. The movie is basically right-wing propaganda sponsored by the GOP senate minority and their corporate owners to counter FDRs social agenda. In this scenario, the little guy is fighting for the common good and thanks to the filibuster rule is able to achieve social justice for all. That's hogwash, of course. The republicans who were despised at that point were still fighting FDRs social spending and were adamant in opposing programs like Social Security. Frank Capra is a paradoxical public figure from that time period. He did the famous anti-Nazi film series "Why We Fight," in 1945. However, Capra voted for Alf Landon in the 1936 election, fuming over what he saw an an encroachment on his growing wealth by the social economic policies of the New Deal. Capra's anti-Communist, pro-Catholic sympathies led him to favor the Fascist revolt in Spain led by Francisco Franco.
What's That? You Sure? “The revenue issue is now closed,” Mr. Boehner said Thursday, before the House left town for the weekend without acting on the cuts and a Senate attempt to avert them died. Mr. Boehner said the dispute with Democrats amounted to a question of “how much more money do we want to steal from the American People to fund more government.” “I’m for no more,” he said. -- Boehner Halts Talks on Cuts, and House G.O.P. Cheers, Ashley Parker, New York Times, today So Ronald Reagan was a thief. Who knew? And so, it's now clear, was every president beginning with Abraham Lincoln. Until George W. Bush, that is. Teddy Roosevelt? Yup. Calvin Coolidge? Uh-huh. Harry Truman? I guess that's what they meant by *** that he was giving 'em. They each stole from the American People via income taxes to fund the Federal Government. But since FDR was the one who initiated the stealing to pay for such specifics as Social Security, the Tennessee Valley Authority and other New Deal programs, we ...
in 1964 when Goldwater received the Republican nomination for president. It was the culmination of all their efforts. They gave money, went house to house, showed up at the convention, and generally screamed their heads off. Why the frenzy? Because Goldwater was going to repeal the New Deal, fix the dollar, kill bureaucracies, end the income tax, stop Social Security, and get the government out of everyone’s lives. He was the liberator. He was the one man at the national level who seemed to understand the whole idea of freedom. And yet, after all this effort, he lost the election. The consolation prize, so far as they were concerned, was that they had educated the public about the evils of the government and also taken over a controlling interest in the Republican Party itself. True, they didn’t win but there would be a next time. 16 years later, another savior appeared on the horizon named Ronald Reagan. He was like the others. He opposed government and favored freedom. He wanted a gold standard. He ...
My response to an article written by Jonathan Alter: Here's the problem, Jonathan Alter: the so-called "entitlement programs" (Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid) are actually earned benefits programs that HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH THE DEFICIT! As a fellow MSNBC contributor and sometime host, Ezra Klein, has said, cuts in those programs plus many of the "sequester" cuts are simply "big dumb spending cuts". Yesterday, I wrote a response to an article imploring our politicians in DC to not bring about another "Roosevelt Recession". A little background on what a "Roosevelt Recession" is: in 1937, four years into the New Deal, Franklin Delano Roosevelt got a little nervous about all of the deficit-spending he and the Democrats were doing to get the country out of the GOP-created financial mess known then as "The Great Depression". In one of the very few mistakes FDR made in his dozen-year administration, FDR cut government spending dramatically in 1937 in an austerity program much like the GOP are proposing ...
The US economy is in the doldrums, unemployment is stubbornly high and Social Security, the New Deal-era safety net for older Americans, is running out of money. It is 1981. To salvage the popular programme, President Ronald Reagan forms a commission. At its head is Alan Greenspan, the man he later makes chairman of the US Federal Reserve. The commission procrastinates but then, in a model of backroom bipartisanship that is hard to imagine today, a “gang of nine” does a deal. Payroll taxes go up; over time, so does the Social Security retirement age, from 65 to 67. But as Mr Greenspan recalls today, from his office overlooking Connecticut Avenue in downtown Washington, the fix was not forever. “Funding over a 75-year period was all that the political system would take. What that does is create a very large deficit in the 76th year and forward.” The US is once again mired in budget warfare over huge deficits projected for the long term, and Mr Greenspan’s experience illustrates the central reason ...
'Cheap-labor conservatives opposed virtually all of the New Deal, including every improvement in wages and working conditions. Cheap-labor conservatives have a long and sorry history of opposing virtually every advancement in this country's development going right back to the American revolution. Cheap-labor conservatives have hated Social Security and Medicare since their inception. Many cheap-labor conservatives are hostile to public education. They think it should be privatized. But why are we surprised. Cheap-labor conservatives opposed universal public education in its early days. School vouchers are just a backdoor method to "resegregate" the public schools. Cheap-labor conservatives hate the progressive income tax like the devil hates Holy Water. Cheap-labor conservatives like budget deficits and a huge national debt for two reasons. A bankrupt government has a harder time doing any "social spending" - which cheap-labor conservatives oppose, and . . . Wealthy cheap-labor conservatives like say, Geo ...
The Big Deal By Paul Krugman On the day President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law, an exuberant Vice President Biden famously pronounced the reform a “big something deal” — except that he didn’t use the word “something.” And he was right. In fact, I’d suggest using this phrase to describe the Obama administration as a whole. F.D.R. had his New Deal; well, Mr. Obama has his Big Deal. He hasn’t delivered everything his supporters wanted, and at times the survival of his achievements seemed very much in doubt. But if progressives look at where we are as the second term begins, they’ll find grounds for a lot of (qualified) satisfaction. Consider, in particular, three areas: Health Care, inequality and financial reform. Health reform is, as Mr. Biden suggested, the centerpiece of the Big Deal. Progressives have been trying to get some form of universal health insurance since the days of Harry Truman; they’ve finally succeeded. True, this wasn’t the health reform many were lo ...
New Deal, Raw Deal By Ira Katznelson Tuesday, September 27, 2005 Hurricane Katrina's violent winds and waters tore away the shrouds that ordinarily mask the country's racial pattern of poverty and neglect. Understandably, most commentators have focused on the woeful federal response. Others, taking a longer view, yearn for a burst of activism patterned on the New Deal. But that nostalgia requires a heavy dose of historical amnesia. It also misses the chance to come to terms with how the Federal Government in the 1930s and 1940s contributed to the persistence of two Americas. It was during the administrations of Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman that such great progressive policies as Social Security, protective labor laws and the GI Bill were adopted. But with them came something else that was quite destructive for the nation: what I have called "affirmative action for whites." During Jim Crow's last hurrah in the 1930s and 1940s, when southern members of Congress controlled the gateways to legislation, ...
I think too few conservative thinkers and activists appreciate 'the second conservative renaissance' which united against the ruination of the New Deal nonsense. As bad as it was, the New Deal brought the Right together and forced us to pull our proverbial heads out of our *** and put our thinking caps on. Chesterbelloc started the anti-statist break with the Fabians in London in the century's first decade and with Mencken and Babbitt might be called the grandfathers of the 2nd movement (More and Santayana need noticed too), but by the time of the New Deal, a force was finding a voice and a rallying cry. The Southern Agrarians had taken their stand in 1930 and in 1935, the year Social Security is passed, Albert Jay Nock publishes his clarion call 'Our Enemy, the State'. Eliot's Criterion finishes its 16-year run in January '39 and his life's work to that point had already moved mountains. Röpke defines 'The Social Crisis of Our Time' in '40, and Hayek maps 'The Road to Serfdom' in '44 which really brou . ...
There are those of my FB friends who like to post pictures and comments about the President being a dictator..Please take a little glance back at history. This President is not the first or last to be so accused..LINCOLN was accused because of the Emancipation Proclamation and because he fought a war to save our union. F. ROOSEVELT was accused for a million or so things during the New Deal, among them Social Security and helping the British before Pearl Harbor..TRUMAN because he desegregated the US military, and insttuted the Marshall Plan to rebuild Europe..EISENHOWER because he sent troops to Little Rock to integrate Central High School..KENNEDY because he pushed Civil Rights..JOHNSON because of medicare, Viet Nam and voting rights in the South..George W. Bush for going to war with Iraq...There are many more examples..Many Presidents and most strong Presidents have been so accused.
Interesting article re second term presidents ~ Stockton Record (011613) SECOND PRESIDENTIAL TERMS LOADED WITH SETBACKS WASHINGTON (AP) — Second presidential terms are never easy — even for George Washington. More often, they're fraught with peril, frequently marred by scandal, failure, hubris, and burnout, and souring relations with Congress. President Barack Obama acknowledges the dangers of overreach but vows to steer cautiously. The odds are against him. He's the 20th U.S. president to serve all or parts of two terms. Most of the others have encountered setbacks and frustrations. He's also the third in a row to win a second four-year term. Both predecessors stumbled. President Bill Clinton was impeached by the House over lying about an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, although the Senate declined to remove him from office. President George W. Bush failed to get a big Social Security overhaul through Congress and was slammed for his handling of Hurricane Katrina and growing voter anx ...
This Country was founded by Liberals; it was the Conservatives who wanted to be ruled by a Monarch (that's a King or Queen for all you home schoolers). It was Liberals who fought the Civil War to defend the Union and end slavery (Conservatives hate Unions and have no problem with slavery). It was Liberals who fought and won WWI and WWII (Hitler was a Conservative as were the Japanese who attacked us at Pearl Harbor). In other words Liberals don't start wars but we win them. All the wars America has lost were started by and lost by Conservatives. Korea, Vietnam, Iraq I and II, Afghanistan. Conservatives crashed the American economy in 1840, 1870, 1900, 1929, 1975, 1984, 2008. Liberals save the economy from Capitalist Banksters. Fair Deal, New Deal, Social Security, Unemployment Insurance, FDIC, Farm Subsidies, Tennessee Valley Authority, Medicare, FHA, USDA, EPA, SBA, CDC and HUD all Liberal ideas for the benefit of all Americans. I know it's a lot of initials but you should look them up and educate yourse ...
Gee, save money - that would have an effect on the deficit, since Congress spent the money on the war without planning on where to get the money.Let the Congressmen who approved the war have a bake sale to pay for it. Keep your paws off my Social Security and any other part of the New Deal.
I can't be silent about this any longer. I hear Republican Congressmen and Senators talking about "reforming" Social Security and Medicare. They are lying. That is, they are lying unless you call what Sirhan Sirhan did to Bobby Kennedy a "reform," because that is what they want to do to these two programs. Social Security, the Crown Jewel of the New Deal, was passed over bitter opposition from Republicans, as was Medicare, 30 years later. For as long as I have followed politics, Republicans have lived the most grotesque lies about race relations, followed closely by their lies about these social programs. They have pretended, for 80 years, to support something that sickens them and to propose changes to "strengthen" these programs or to "save" them, just as they have proposed chipping away at the legislation that has made whatever progress we have made in race relations possible in the name of "helping" African Americans and/or Mexicans. Republican proposals to "strengthen" or "save" or "rescue" thes ...
Still blaming Bush ...HUH?.maybe we should be still blaming FDR as well and LBJ and Woodrow Wilson.I mean all things considered when we haven't paid for the old New Deal and the Great Society yet. We new about the "fiscal cliff" 10 years ago and did nothing until the final hour and still managed to screw that up. Now bring on the Moody's downgrade. The future cost of old New Deal programs still in effect is reckoned at more than $50 trillion. These programs include Social Security, Medicare, Aid to Families with Dependent Children, Fannie Mae, the Tennessee Valley Authority, farm subsidies and large-scale government intervention intended to prop up troubled sectors of the economy. 1965 - LBJ persuaded most members of Congress that financing Medicare would be easy because of all the baby boomers entering the workforce. House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Wilbur Mills estimated that the annual cost of Medicare would be $500 million. Today, Medicare's annual outlays exceed $330 billion. 2003 - Bush sign ...
"The Republican fixation with cutting Social Security benefits or raising the eligibility age for Medicare fail to achieve much savings and have absolutely nothing to do with the "fiscal cliff." (Social Security doesn't even have anything to do with the deficit/debt generally). They are, as Nancy Pelosi described them, simply "trophies" that the GOP want to claim in their ceaseless war on FDR's New Deal and President Johnson's Great Society."
Republicans don't care abot debt or deficits, want to gut Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security; Kill New Deal & Great Society for Plutocrats.
6 Scary Facts About Social Security You (Don't) Want to Know Wednesday, November 21, 2012 11:30 AM By Brian Reed PrintEmailMore than 76 years ago, Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal was signed into law. As the linchpin of the New Deal, the Social Security program was implemented in order to limit the hazards of old age, poverty, unemployment and disability. Now, about 157 million Americans pay Social Security taxes and more than 56 million Americans receive Social Security benefits, according to the National Academy For Social Science. But with 80 million baby boomers soon becoming eligible for benefits, the number receiving benefits is expected to grow significantly. With this increase in beneficiaries, lawmakers are faced with a funding crisis. More people living longer lives have pushed Social Security to the brink of insolvency. How much do you actually know about Social Security? We've put together six shocking facts that everyone should know. 1. Social Security Can't Fund A Comfortable Retirement. If ...
Second New Deal, 1935–1936 Roosevelt signs the Social Security Act, August 14, 1935 After the 1934 Congressional elections, which gave Roosevelt large majorities in both houses, there was a fresh surge of New Deal legislation. These measures included the Works Progress Administration (WPA) which set up a national relief agency that employed two million family heads. At the height of WPA employment in 1938, unemployment was down from 20.6% in 1933 to only 12.5% according to figures from Michael Darby.[87] The Social Security Act established Social Security and promised economic security for the elderly, the poor and the sick. Senator Robert Wagner wrote the Wagner Act, which officially became the National Labor Relations Act. The act established the federal rights of workers to organize unions, to engage in collective bargaining, and to take part in strikes. While the First New Deal of 1933 had broad support from most sectors, the Second New Deal challenged the business community. Conservative Democrats, ...
I'm not usually moved to make political statements here, but this election forces my hand. I really liked this from an online posting by Mike Lux: There was, rightly, a massive amount of discussion about the 2008 Presidential Election being a very historic election. All by itself, the election of the first African-American President guaranteed that- and then there was Hillary Clinton’s historic candidacy, Sarah Palin’s VP candidacy, and the massive financial collapse happening just weeks before election day. Heavy duty historical business was going down in the fall of 2008, and it was remarkable to see it happening. But history calls to us in every election year, and there are some big things moving and shaking this time around, too. On the one side we hear the echoes of John C. Calhoun, the Social Darwinists and Robber Barons of the 1880s, the people who cried out that Social Security and the New Deal would lead us to slavery, the Southerners who said that states' rights trumped Civil Rights, and the ...
If you have an income of $250,000 or more you should vote for Mitt Romney. If you make less than $250,000 per year, you are a *** fool to vote for Mitt Romney. Before the stock market crash of 1929, the GOP Big Three of Harding-Coolidge-Hoover made “business” the “business of America”, once more allowing profiteers to flourish at the expense of the vulnerable. Enter Franklin Roosevelt, a polio victim confined to a wheel chair and leg braces which he could only stand in. His alphabet soup of New Deal programs-the CCC and TVA and WPA- brought hope to the financially distraught, making them believe that the government was on their side. Credit him with Social Security (1935), legislation to protect workers, right to collective bargaining, Wall Street regulation, rural electrification projects, farm price supports, unemployment compensation, and federally guaranteed bank deposits. The America we know and love today sprung directly from the New Deal. Every president from FDR to Jimmy Carter, reg ...
In reply to David Steinberg: Except for Social Security, I don't of any New Deal programs still here. They ended when not needed.
Presidential Election 1936 The United States Presidential Election of 1936 was the most lopsided Presidential Election in the history of the United States in terms of electoral votes. In terms of the popular vote, it was the third biggest victory since the election of 1820, which was not seriously contested. The election took place as the Great Depression entered its eighth year. Incumbent President Franklin D. Roosevelt was still working to push the provisions of his New Deal economic policy through Congress and the courts. However, the New Deal policies he had already enacted, such as Social Security and unemployment benefits, had proven to be highly popular with most Americans. Roosevelt's Republican opponent was Governor Alf Landon of Kansas, a political moderate. Although some political pundits predicted a close race, Roosevelt went on to win the greatest electoral landslide since the beginning of the current two-party system in the 1850s, carrying all but 8 electoral votes. Roosevelt carried every s ...
I don't usually get involved with political discussions but after doing some research about the contributions of each of our political parties I felt the need to post some of my findings. True, the Republican Party is very vocal about their contributions but after doing research on those that may affect each of us I realized that when compared, just one really seems to get the job done. The Republican Party has given us Brown vs Brown, Emancipation and the National Park Service. Those contributions by the Democrats are: Social Security: Medicare: Civil Rights Act; Medicaid: Minimum Wage: Unemployment Compensation; G.I. Bill; School Lunch Program; Child Labor Laws: 40 hour work week; Fair Play Act; Medican Leave Act; Lilly Ledbetter Act; Clean Air Act; Affordable Healthcare Reform Act; Clean Water Act; New Deal; and the list goes on. Since the Kennedy Administration Democrats have held office for 23 years with 42 million jobs having been created. Republicans have held office for 28 ...
So many of us should be proud Liberals -- instead of cringing before the GOP labels of 'tree huggers" -- 'bleeding hearts' and so forth. We are the people who brought all the New Deal policies to America: Social Security and the resulting programs. We suppported The right of Women to Vote, the Civil Rights, Labor, Roe/Wade, the end of the Viet Nam war (alto it took a *** of a long time),NASA, and so many many causes that brought America into a new Century. WE are the FUTURE.
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The New Deal attempted to end the Depression by spending at the bottom of the economy where government funds attempted to turn non-consumers into consumers again. Many of the programs lasted only until World War II while others became permanent fixtures in American life. Here are three to illustrate the central thrust of the Second New Deal. The Works Progress Administration was a huge federal jobs program that sought to hire unemployed breadwinners for the purpose strengthening their family's well-being as well as boosting consumer demand. The jobs varied but consisted of mainly of construction of public roads, buildings and parks. Over the course of its life (1935-43) over eight million Americans worked on WPA projects. This was "counter-cyclical demand management" on a huge scale. The 1935 Social Security Act set up a modest worker-funded but federally-guaranteed pension system. Not on the princely scale Townsend had advocated, nevertheless, Social Security did act as a safety net for older work ...
The following is for those who each see the other party as a demon. Myself I choose the person I agree with the most on issues. Pat Paulsen, we need you! As the first Republican president elected after FDR, Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953–61) build on the New Deal in a manner that embodied his thoughts on efficiency and cost-effectiveness. He sanctioned a major expansion of Social Security by a sel f-financed programm.[129] He supported such New Deal programs as the Minimum Wage and public housing; he greatly expanded federal aid to education and built the Interstate Highway system primarily as defense programs (rather than jobs program).[130] In a private letter Eisenhower wrote: Should any party attempt to abolish social security and eliminate labor laws and farm programs, you would not hear of that party again in our political history. There is a tiny splinter group of course, that believes you can do these things ... Their number is negligible and they are stupid.[131]
31. Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Sept.3 to Sept. 11) • Elected in 1932, 1936, 1940, and 1944. He contracted Polio as an adult (before he became President) and was therefore confined to a wheelchair, but his spirit of vitality made him immensely popular during the Depression. • The first part of FDR’s presidency was characterized by an expansion of government for the purpose of relief during the depression; the second half was characterized by expansion of government for the purpose of winning WWII. “The New Deal was not so much a consistent, carefully planned, comprehensive program, as it was a series of practical responses to the various problems arising out of the Depression.” Unfortunately, despite his good intentions the New Deal failed to pull the U.S. out of the Depression, and a strong economy was only achieved through expenditures during WWII. • Major legislative action: Social Security Act of 1935, 1938 Minimum Wage, mandated work hours, and ban on child labor, Employment act of 1946 de ...
Lessons for Obama: How FDR Fended Off The 1%’s Attacks Against His New Deal Reforms. Many of the same ultra-right families of the richest 1% in the U.S. currently attacking New Deal reforms protecting working families are the same families who attacked President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the 1930s for introducing these reforms. Then and now, the targets include old age pensions (Social Security), more progressive taxation on the rich, and the right of employees to bargain collectively with their employers for improvement in wages and work conditions. President Roosevelt, however, responded differently to their attacks than President Obama. Here I discuss how, first by looking at a powerful family which, more than any other, led the attacks on FDR: the du Ponts of Delaware. They were the founders of the largest chemical company in the U.S.: E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, otherwise known simply as Du Pont. Keep in mind that they are not mere throwbacks to the 1930s. Ultra-conservative in their poli ...
Three years after he was elected, the President was accused by the Republican Party of being wasteful, that his stimulus program had done nothing to help the economy. The Republican presidential candidate argued that the new social programs instituted under the president needed to be repealed, because the administration was undermining American individualism and self-sufficiency. The President reminded the voters that the depression had started under a Republican administration. The Republican candidate told the American People that the Federal Government needed to stay out of business affairs, and that the President needed to be faulted for not completely repairing the economy in the three and a half years he had been in office. The public opinion polls saw a tight race, and bold newspapers said that the Republican would win in a landslide. That President was not President Obama, but President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Those social programs were part of the New Deal, and includes Social Security, ...
From the NYT. "To hear Republicans on the campaign trail, the United States could not have elected a more left-wing president than Barack Obama, one more hostile to business or more eager to expand government power. Left-wing Democrats, I’m sure, would disagree. If they had their druthers, they would probably make a more liberal, more pro-big government choice. Somebody, perhaps, like Richard Nixon. That’s right. The Nixon administration not only supported the Clean Air Act and affirmative action, it also gave us the Environmental Protection Agency, one of the agencies the business community most detests, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to police working conditions. Herbert Stein, chief economic adviser during the administrations of Nixon and Gerald Ford, once remarked: “Probably more new regulation was imposed on the economy during the Nixon administration than in any other presidency since the New Deal.” Nixon bolstered Social Security benefits. He introduced a minimum tax ...
Would the author of the New Deal be pleased with the state of Social Security 80 years later? Did President...
Social Security...did I mention Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the New Deal
On this day in1935 FDR signed the first Social Security Act into law. In the aftermath of the Great Depression during which poverty encompassed 60 percent of the senior population, Social Security was a major plank of Roosevelt's "New Deal." The law was passed after an intense period of struggl...
It shows just how aggressive the Republicans are that they picked Tea Party favorite Ryan, author of the radical Republican budget plan that targets the poor and elderly with deep cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.
The Democratic Party, and Obama, needs to either get serious about defending the legacy of FDR and LBJ, and the New Deal, and QUIT, STOP compromising on "entitlement" reform etc. or just shut the party down. NO CUTS to Social Security or Medicare.. NONE. DON'T COMPROMISE!
Paul Ryan’s budget doesn’t really eliminate anything the Federal Government does. He’d still have the Federal Government taxing us to pay for Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, farm subsidies, and troops in a hundred countries.
John David Sweeney, Jr. has the distinction of having the first Social Security record established. Mr. Sweeney was a wealthy REPUBLICAN!! Mr. Sweeney was the son of a wealthy factory owner, and had grown up in a 15-room Westchester County home staffed with servants. In an effort to learn the family business, Mr. Sweeney was working as a shipping clerk for his father at the time he filled out his application for a social security card. The Sweeneys were Republicans and the whole family voted for Landon in 1936, although John Jr. allowed that he liked the new Social Security program even though he didn't think much of the New Deal. John Sweeney died of a heart attack in 1974 at the age of 61 without ever receiving any benefits from the social security program; however, his widow was able to receive benefits based on his work until her death in 1982.
Paul Ryan Vice Presidential pick of Mitt Romney; Isn't he the young man who wants to get rid of Social Security and Medicare. Bad Pick Governor Romney Very Bad Idea; but; then again this is very good for President Obama. Paul Ryan is another Extremist Republican. He wants to destroy the advances of the New Deal put forth by FDR. Bad Idea Governor Romney. He is another Extremist Republican. They will be Obsolete like 8 Track Tapes!
The author of the Ryan Budget, a scheme that House Republicans have voted for, Paul Ryan seeks to close the national debt by dismantling New Deal and Great Society systems like Social Security and Medicare that help the aged, disabled and infirm; cutting funding for education and other programs that help build the middle class; and reducing services for the children and the poor. In other words, tearing these systems apart brick by brick in the name of "fiscal responsibility." At the same time, the Ryan Budget gives more tax privileges to wealthy individuals and corporations. In short, his plan shifts public resources, including systems that workers have self-funded, from main street to Wall Street.
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Ryan for VP! Wow. all I can say is wow. So it is the oligarchy versus everyone else this election. The man who stands for the richest, Thurston Howell, er, Mitt Romney and the boy wonder who follows a MEAN atheists teachings (Ayn Rand) who wants to dismantle Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security. Both want to raise taxes on the poor and the middle class and lower rates on the bizillionaires. If you thought there was money pouring into this election before, it will be nothing now that the far right has their boy in place. This election more than any since Vietnam will shape the future of this country. At stake is the dismantling of the New Deal and probably two Supreme Court seats. Does anyone really want more justices who feel RPGs should be legal since you can carry them. We might as well call this ticket "Somalia Dreams" for the anarchy they would inspire. It is so weird that the conservative party is really nothing more than the social anarchist party who firmly believe in Social Darwinism (aka the lu ...
This takes the House into the Executive. If the GOP holds the House and gains a few seats in the Senate, if the people that depend on Medicare and Social Security are so disheartened, ignorant by design, that they do not vote, the New Deal and Great Society will be undone.
There's been a lot of talk about the 3 trillion dollars taken from Social Security to finance a number of issues not accounted for in the budget - Star Wars and the Iraq war come immediately to mind although there are probably a number of others. One of the comments on a post telling us that the debt has a huge chunk attributable to this money owed to Social Security gives a sort of historical background to the ongoing attack on this program. This comes from a private citizen who is responding to the talk about privatizing Social Security. You may or may not agree with him, but it does give one something to think about... "Social Security, like the New Deal, the eight hour work day, child labor laws, Occupational Safety laws, environmental protection laws and medical assistance acts have been the target since their inception. In many respects the George W. Bush administration was one of the most successful presidencies ever in that it created such a mountain of debt that it forced the argument and tried ...
Conservatives protested mightily against these [New Deal] policies. Every single Republican in the House voted against Social Security, for example, and the leading Republicans on the Ways and Means Committee [the equivalent of knee jerk obstructionists Paul Ryan, Eric Cantor and Dave Camp of those days] argued that "business and industry are already operating under very heavy burdens." They contended that Social Security and other forms of social insurance would cause more unemployment. (Sound familiar? It should-- these are the arguments conservatives have used, and still use, every time a progressive economic program is proposed.) The debate verged on hysteria: "Never in the history of the world has any measure brought here so insidiously designed as to prevent business recovery, the enslave workers, and to prevent any possibility of the employers providing work for the people" and "the lash of the dictator will be felt and 25 million American citizens will, for the first time, submit themselves to the ...
Representative Gwen Moore (D.-Wis.) on GOP opposition to the Health Care law: "Same crap, different day. Republicans have fought against the New Deal, the Great Society, the expansion of Social Security, the establishment of the Social Security Act, Medicaid, Medicare—from day one. This is just another day."
A French Proverb says that the little alms are the best alms. I remember the depression years when many travelled by rail or however they could looking for any kind of work. Our family fed many of them a meal, thanks to a field of vegetables and a few animals that we could butcher. Thank God those days are over. Roselvet brought us a new deal and Social Security. Johnson and his Great Society gaVe us medicare; but now the worst of the lot Obamacare. Where did our simple living go. I did not fight in World War II for this. Lets get back to the little alms.
My sister and I plan to volunteer our time on behalf of President Obama's campaign this fall. If Mitt Romney gets elected you can kiss your Medicare & Social Security goodbye. College loans? they'll be gone too! National right to work laws will be implemented. The Minimum Wage will go away. It will be like the New Deal never existed. The US will be a democracy in name only. Instead we will have an oligarchy ruled by the Koch Brothers and other millionaire elites. It is essential that President Obama gets reelected so we can retain a government of the people and not a government of the corporations!
The slippery sloop and a Fun Fact. The new deal era had a lot of progressive legislation. One of the biggest being Social Security. Here's the Fun Fact; Did you know that SS was pushed through only because it was to be VOLUNTARY, I'll repeat that voluntary. Along with a very low percentage of your income. Now for the slippery sloop; There is no disputing the facts that now as a self employed business man I'm required to pay 14% to cover this and other entitlements. all for a return on my money of a little over 1%. What a joke. The worst part though, it's collected and enforced by the IRS tax code. Where I will not only be penalized for failure to comply, but at some point imprisoned, my bank accounts raided, and my personal property confiscated. Do you really want these Government nuts to run your healthcare the same way? God help us...
Republicans are now ready to campaign with repeal of Obamacare (synonym: Romneycare) as their main issue in November. In 1936, Republicans ran Alf Landon against FDR in a campaign based on repeal of the New Deal and especially Social Security. Landon carried Maine and Vermont and no other state. Will we have a similar result this November? Probably not. Maine and Vermont are smarter now.
A scary footnote to Thursday's ruling: Reading Roberts' opinion, there are now five solid votes on the Supreme Court for narrowing the interpretation of the Commerce Clause. The bottom line is that if the minority had merely moved to strike down the individual mandate, rather than the whole law, Roberts would have voted to strike it down. To add to this, the entire Great Society and the New Deal (Medicare, Social Security) is built upon a broad interpretation of the Commerce Clause. Not good news for the next legal challenge to them. And the next President will name 2-3 Supremes. All the more reason to vote Obama IMHO.
This election is about the direction you want this country to go. The Republican austerity agenda, to reduce government spending and taxes, is exactly what they did in Europe. We see the results; whole countries facing bankruptcy. 11% unemployment. Historically, our country faced an economy even worse than today; the Depression. It wasn't tax cuts or smaller government that ended the Depression. FDR's New Deal put millions of people back to work on government projects that rebuilt our nations infrastructure. It was increased government spending that ended the Depression, not cuts. Romney would have let the auto industry fail. Instead, we see an auto industry that is strong and robust, paying back the loans with interest. The republicans would let the private sector run Social Security. Do we really want Wall Street in charge of our retirement? Do we want them managing Medicare and Medicaid, relied on by so many seniors? The republican vision for our military are more planes, tanks, and warships. That was ...
Social Security Reform Social Security is the Federal old-age, survivors, and disability program. It was part of the New Deal in 1935. The New Deal was a s…
When reactionary Republican starlet, Congressman Paul Ryan, touted his slash and burn (the poor and middle-class) budget that ditches Medicare, Social Security, student loans, and virtually every New Deal anti-poverty advance -- the program Mr. Romney embraces -- Mr. Ryan said he had been "insp...
Progressive FDR: If Woodrow Wilson is viewed as the "Father of Liberal Progressives", FDR is its patron saint. New Deal, Social Security, concern for social justice, equality and a fair shake for all. President Obama calls him "...the greatest president and my personal role model..." Really? FDR interned 120,000 Japanese American citizens, considered both Racial Profiling & unconstitutional at the time. After the 1936 Olympics, white athletes were invited to the WH to meet FDR, but not blacks, including Jesse Owens, winner of 4 gold medals. As Ownes wrote "...Hitler did not snub me, FDR did...I got better treatment from the Nazis than my own president..." In 1939,the MS St Louis, a steamer containing 937 German Jewish refugees fleeing Hitler, were denied access by FDR. Secretary of State Cordell Hull "...we're not taking their Jews. We have enough of our own..." Forced to return to various unoccupied countries in Europe, including France, over 250 eventually died in concentration camps.
Progressives Woodrow Wilson: The true founder of the liberal Progressive movement and sighted by FDR, LBJ, Hilary, and our current president as "...an inspiration to what government can do for the people..." (FDR) His expansion of the powers of the Executive Branch through a rarely used concept at the time, "executive order" created the foundation for the New Deal, Social Security, and other social programs currently driving this country to bankruptcy. (More on that later). Wilson was also one of the biggest racists to ever sit in the Oval Office. Under his hand picked "Southern Democrat" cabinet, segregation and racial discrimination flourished in the south. Wilson's favorite movie was "Birth of a Nation", a pro KKK movie based on a novel "The Klansman". Wilson is rumored to have shown the movie in the W House over 100 times. Membership in the KKK skyrocketed during his presidency from 20,000 to over 2.2 million.
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In William Novak's memoirs of Democratic Speaker Tip O'Neil, who spent thirty-five years in the House, Novak included O'Neil's remarks on Ronald Reagan's earliest years in Washington. In the words of Tip O'Neil: "I'm always amazed when I think that during the campaign of 1948, Ronald Reagan worked hard for Democrats like Truman and Humphrey. He attacked reductions in Social Security. He condemned cuts in school lunches. He called for low-cost public housing. He was, in other words,the quintessential New Deal Democrat."" "But somewhere along the line, Reagan forgot where he came from and started picking up a different set of values. In my view, the change had to do with the company he keeps. For years he's been surrounded by wealthy friends, to the point where he no longer knows any working people--not to mention anyone who's actually poor. He's been out of touch with how regular Americans live and the problems they face. His whole world is Hollywood. As a man of wealth he really doesn't understand the pas ...
Thought of the day: 1. Democrats encourage illegal immigration to the extent that they establish sanctuary cities and discourage voter IDs. It saps domestic wages, drains social services, strains schools, and transfers costs onto taxpayers. Here, they do not object to cost-shifting. 2. Democrats establish Medicare and Social Security, public welfare systems designed to shift the costs of some to others. 3. Democrats under the New Deal and the War on Poverty, expanded housing assistance, food stamps, and projects which are now dilapidated and ridden with disease, crime, and truancy. The cost of this is footed by the taxpayer. 4. Under the Kyoto Protocol, America would have been hamstrung economically while threatening powers like China could max out on pollution and growth, thereby transferring environmental costs from the developing world (vis-a-vis the West) to America. This is done under the Democrat belief that our "greed" needs to be atoned through taxation. In each of these examples, we see that cost ...
If I ran the world, I wouldn't prohibit religion. Religion and it's followers were at one time the principle providers of charity in this country. But then FDR realized he could buy 4 terms worth of votes by taking over that role via such mechanism as Social Security and other New Deal humbugs. Gradually phase out entitlements, empower faith-based organizations to rebuild the kind of efficient, effective local solutions that existed before the Progessives (referring here to the political party of the early-mid 20th century, not any Kenyan Mooslim president you may happen to hate) turned such things into government mandates. Churches have tax exemptions for practical reasons as well as idealistic ones. Let people willingly express their faith and compassion rather than forcing them at the point of an IRS agent's gun.
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