“Retirement Crisis”: The Typical Working American Has Nothing Saved For Retirement

A startling new report issued by the non-profit National Institute on Retirement Security found that despite the “recovery” of the last decade leading to all time highs in the stock market, the savings levels of Americans who seek to retire are “deeply inadequate”. In fact, the median…

Balance Sheet of the Forever War

“It is time for this war in Afghanistan to end,” said Gen. John Nicholson in Kabul on his retirement Sunday after a fourth tour of duty and 31 months as commander of U.S. and NATO forces.    VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Balance Sheet of the Forever…

Audience Boos, Laughs As Cohen Lawyer’s GoFundMe Campaign Tops $100k

Update: Lanny Davis’ Retirement Fund “Michael Cohen Truth Fund” GoFundMe has topped $100k in its first 19 hours. We suspect these audience members were not among those donating… During an interview on Megyn Kelly Today, the lawyer begged viewers to give money to Cohen so…

New Retirement Survey Reveals People Globally Don’t Understand Investment Or Inflation

A new test given as part of the Aegon Retirement Readiness Survey, about the financial literacy of people worldwide, has produced some alarming, yet not that surprising, results. It should be of no surprise that people globally don’t really understand some of the central tenants to…

McCabe Comes Clean: Blames His “Inaccuracies” On “Confusion & Distraction”

After 21 years at The FBI, Andrew McCabe was unceremoniously fired a day before retirement for what AG Sessions called “lack of candor,” which to us mere mortals is akin to something between a white lie and a big black lie. The Deep State came…

Baby Boomers: A Menacing Metamorphosis To America’s Large Cities

Unbeknownst to many, Americans are quietly ditching the city life for retirement regions situated in suburbia, according to Census Bureau data released Thursday. The Wall Street Journal describes this phenomenon as an exodus of baby boomers “fueling growth in retirement hot spots” outside of large cities. WSJ…