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New Report Backs Up AMAC’s Focus on Social Security Issues

We have created resources to educate the fastest growing segment of our population – our senior citizens WASHINGTON, DC, June 19 – AMAC’s determined focus on Social Security gained independent support from a survey conducted by MassMutual Life Insurance Company and released this week, reports Dan Weber, president of the... Read More

President Obama Challenges Supreme Court’s Review of Obamacare Subsidies, says AMAC

It’s a last ditch effort to influence their decision before it is handed down WASHINGTON, DC, June 12 – The Obamacare fan club is out in force, led by their cheerleader-in-chief, President Obama, himself.  They are making a last ditch effort to influence the decision of the Supreme Court, which will issue a verdict soon on whether... Read More

America’s Moral Decline is Not Inevitable, says AMAC

‘A ‘silent majority’ still believes in morality; we need to make noise’ WASHINGTON, DC, June 5 – A recent Gallup poll revealed that Americans are more tolerant of liberal moral values than ever before.  A separate survey by Gallup, conducted in the past several weeks, showed that a great majority of us – 72% of the... Read More

U.S. Foreign Policy Under President Obama is ‘Progressive,’ But Not ‘Pragmatic’

‘The erosion of international relationships on his watch will be his legacy’ WASHINGTON, DC, May 29 – The publication, Foreign Affairs, described President Obama as a “progressive pragmatist” when it comes to foreign policy. Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens, agrees that Mr. Obama is “a... Read More

AMAC: Will Secular Principles Trump Religious Rights?

‘A Supreme Court case on gay marriage rights and remarks of a presidential candidate raise the question’ WASHINGTON, DC, May 15 – The U.S. is still a religious country despite a new report that there’s been a nearly eight percent decline over the past seven years among those who hold religious beliefs.  More than 70% of... Read More

Retirement is Just a Dream For Many In The Workplace, says AMAC

‘Six workers out of ten believe they’ll never see a Social Security check’ WASHINGTON, DC, May 8 – America’s workers are too busy looking for jobs to think much about the prospects of retiring.  One of the longest, slowest and weakest post-recession recoveries has decimated the work force.  Record numbers of people... Read More

Christian Persecution on the Rise Around the World, says AMAC

‘Western countries, including the U.S., need to view the problem as a matter of foreign policy’ WASHINGTON, DC, May 1 – The persecution of Christians is not limited to the middle east.  A new report by the human rights group, China Aid, shows that a tidal wave of brutal religious oppression is sweeping across Communist... Read More

Obamacare: AMAC Says The ‘Silence is Deafening’ As We Await Its Fate

Will Congress be able to implement a rational and effective means of putting an end to the inequities and inefficiencies? WASHINGTON, DC, Apr 24 – The “silence is deafening” as the Supreme Court gets ready to hand down a ruling that will almost certainly decide the ultimate fate of Obamacare, according to Dan Weber, president of... Read More

Proposed City Law Would Let Non-Citizens Vote, Reports AMAC

‘Immigrants who built America came here with a desire to participate in the democratic process, not to dismantle it’ WASHINGTON, DC, Apr 17 – Liberal politicians in New York City want to give immigrants who are not yet citizens the right to vote.  The City Council, which is composed overwhelmingly of Democrats, is considering a... Read More

AMAC: The Issue of Executive Power Gets Court’s Attention

Liberal scholar chides the president for ‘burning the constitution’ WASHINGTON, DC, Apr 10 – President Obama’s “overreach” when it comes to his administration’s use of Executive Orders will come under scrutiny next week in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. The case, State of West... Read More

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