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US Economy Takes a Back Seat to China, says AMAC

‘Progressive experimentation with costly social programs has put us behind the eight ball’ WASHINGTON, DC, Dec 19 – “It took the Soviet Union nearly 75 years to prove that Communism doesn’t work; it’s taken the United States only six years to demonstrate that Socialism is a failed political system as well,”... Read More

‘Con-feminists’ are the New Force in American Politics, says AMAC

‘Conservative feminists have true grit and passion on the issues’ WASHINGTON, DC, Dec 12 – “Liberals talk a good game when it comes to the defense of women’s rights as long as the woman is pro-choice, but Conservatives embrace the role of women in the top tiers of politics without giving them a litmus test on all the... Read More

EPA’s New Power Grab Includes Rain Water, says AMAC

‘The agency seeks to expand the definition of the waterways it regulates to include puddles’ WASHINGTON, DC, Dec 5 – “Government has grown more aggressive as it seeks to trample on our rights with regulations that are so intrusive they are positively inane, including a new one that would give the EPA the right to regulate... Read More

AMAC: Top Obamacare Supporter Says Law Was ‘A Mistake’

‘Popularity of the law continues to decline and there’s more bad news on the horizon’ WASHINGTON, DC, Nov 28 – “If it weren’t for bad news Obamacare wouldn’t make much news at all,” according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens, noting that one of the most liberal members of... Read More

AMAC survey shows Obamacare premiums increasing by 25%

WASHINGTON DC, Nov 20 – The Association of Mature American Citizens has just released a survey of the premiums now being quoted for qualifying health plans under the Affordable Care Act. They have reported an average annual increase of 25% since open enrollment began November 15th. The survey covered a number of national insurance... Read More

‘Ideological Weathermen’ Threaten Our Economic Future, says AMAC

‘They’ve succeeded in blocking the Keystone pipeline so far and have hampered affordable fossil fuel production’ WASHINGTON, DC, Nov 21 – While scientists caution that the Sun is cooling and a “mini ice age” is in the making, the ideological weathermen inside the beltway cling to the notion of global warming. “The... Read More

Insider Information May Put the Future of Obamacare in Doubt, says AMAC

‘Comments made by a so-called ‘architect’ of the law may be the law’s undoing’ WASHINGTON, DC, Nov 14 – The new Republican-controlled Congress is all set to focus on the undoing of Obamacare when it convenes on January 3. “Meanwhile, the members of the new Senate and House majorities are busy gathering powerful new... Read More

Seniors Played a Big Role in the GOP Congressional Sweep, says AMAC

‘We need to use that political clout to compel focus on issues of importance to voters of all ages.’ WASHINGTON, DC, Nov 7 – America’s older voters played a significant role in this week’s GOP sweep of the mid-term Congressional elections, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American... Read More

Senate Mid-term Elections Shaping Up to Be a ‘Nail-Biter,’ says AMAC

‘Despite polls that show a majority of Americans are unhappy with Democratic policies’ WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 31 – The mid-term Senate elections – once considered a sure thing for Republican incumbents and contenders – are shaping up to be a “nail-biting” event, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of... Read More

Long-Term Care for Seniors is an Emerging Issue, says AMAC

‘Older middle-class Americans who can’t afford help are the most vulnerable’ WASHINGTON, DC, Oct 24 – Long-term care is poised to become an important issue in the U.S. as the nation’s population grows older, according to Dan Weber, president of the Association of Mature American Citizens. “Each and every day, over the... Read More

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