Pensions on Townhall

Derek Hunter - Sun Apr 22

The theater of the absurd that is our presidential election keeps chugging along with all the vigor our economy doesn’t. One can’t blame Democrats for attempting distraction upon distraction, given the alternative of talking about President Obama’s record. ... more

Kyle Olson - Thu Mar 29

By and large, politicians are not willing to tackle the unsustainable costs they’ve created. Consider Illinois public employee pensions. ... more

John Hanlon - Wed Nov 9

A rooftop pool with an image of a $100 bill at its base. That’s the first symbol of cold opulence seen in the new film, “Tower Heist.” The story pits a corrupt financial investor against a group of employees at a residential high-rise. The employees had invested their pension funds with the investor and when he turns out to be a thief, they decide to steal their money back ... more

Terry Paulson - Mon Nov 7

At a recent National Speakers Association convention, futurist Ken Dychtwald shared a startling fact, "Two-thirds of the people who have ever lived past 65 throughout history are alive today." That's not surprising when he reports that that for 99% of human history life expectancy was 18 years of age. By 1900, it was only 47. ... more