• 'No One Should Retire Into Poverty': At Historic Hearing, Progressives Make Case for Expanding—Not Cutting—Social Security Benefits
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    Jake Johnson, staff writer

    Progressive advocates and experts made the case for expanding Social Security during a historic House committee hearing on Thursday, providing a stark contrast to President Donald Trump's call for billions of dollars in cuts to the popular New Deal-era program in his 2020 budget proposal.

    The Ways and Means hearing on Rep. John Larson's (D-Conn.) Social Security 2100 Act—which would boost benefits by hiking taxes on the rich and ensure the program's solvency through the end of the century—represents the first time a congressional committee has considered legislation to expand Social Security in nearly 50 years.

    Nancy Altman, president of advocacy group Social Security Works, called the event a "critical milestone in the fight to increase, not cut, Social Security's modest benefits."

    During her testimony in support of the Social Security 2100 Act on Thursday, Altman said the legislation would help solve America retirement income crisis.

    To bolster her argument that expanding Social Security is both good policy and good politics, Altman pointed to survey data showing that expanding Social Security is popular across party lines.

    "Social Security is intended to provide, as its name suggests, a sense of security, peace of mind," Altman said. "But that invaluable benefit has been lost because too many Americans have been convinced that Social Security won't be there for them. Passage of the Social Security 2100 Act is an important step to restoring that peace of mind."

    Abigail Zapote, executive director of advocacy group Latinos for a Secure Retirement, also testified (pdf) in support of Larson's bill on Thursday, calling it an important step toward a secure retirement for seniors and future generations.

    "Social Security is a vital safety net that protects American families," said Zapote. "Children are protected in the event they are orphaned, or their parents become disabled. Workers are protected if they can no longer work because of disability and parents and grandparents are protected when they become too old to continue working. Social Security is a sacred trust between generations and represents our Latino family values."

    Contrary to continued right-wing fearmongering about the looming collapse of Social Security, recent analyses have found the program is in good financial shape. But, as Altman wrote for Forbes Thursday, the program's benefits "are modest by virtually any measure" and should, in fact, be increased.

    "Social Security's modest benefits should be expanded, not cut," Altman wrote. "When President Franklin Roosevelt signed Social Security into law, he called it 'a cornerstone' on which to build. Yet the last time Congress enacted increases was 1972."

    "Social Security has stood the test of time," added Altman. "Next month, we will celebrate the 84th anniversary of the system’s enactment. It is more universal, efficient, secure, and fair than its private sector counterparts are or could be."

    Larson's legislation—which was introduced in January, on FDR's 137th birthday—would increase Social Security benefits for all current and future recipients, set the minimum benefit level to 25 percent greater than the federal poverty line, and improve the annual cost of living adjustment to ensure benefits are not eroded by inflation.

    To finance the benefit expansion, Larson's bill would subject all earnings above $400,000 to a payroll tax.

    "No one should retire into poverty," advocacy group MoveOn tweeted Thursday. "Rep. John Larson's Secure 2100 Act increases the minimum monthly Social Security benefit, ensuring seniors can retire in dignity."

    Watch the full Ways and Means Committee hearing: https://youtu.be/UnL8SFdbLuo
    'No One Should Retire Into Poverty': At Historic Hearing, Progressives Make Case for Expanding—Not Cutting—Social Security Benefits https://youtu.be/UnL8SFdbLuo Jake Johnson, staff writer Progressive advocates and experts made the case for expanding Social Security during a historic House committee hearing on Thursday, providing a stark contrast to President Donald Trump's call for billions of dollars in cuts to the popular New Deal-era program in his 2020 budget proposal. The Ways and Means hearing on Rep. John Larson's (D-Conn.) Social Security 2100 Act—which would boost benefits by hiking taxes on the rich and ensure the program's solvency through the end of the century—represents the first time a congressional committee has considered legislation to expand Social Security in nearly 50 years. Nancy Altman, president of advocacy group Social Security Works, called the event a "critical milestone in the fight to increase, not cut, Social Security's modest benefits." During her testimony in support of the Social Security 2100 Act on Thursday, Altman said the legislation would help solve America retirement income crisis. To bolster her argument that expanding Social Security is both good policy and good politics, Altman pointed to survey data showing that expanding Social Security is popular across party lines. "Social Security is intended to provide, as its name suggests, a sense of security, peace of mind," Altman said. "But that invaluable benefit has been lost because too many Americans have been convinced that Social Security won't be there for them. Passage of the Social Security 2100 Act is an important step to restoring that peace of mind." Abigail Zapote, executive director of advocacy group Latinos for a Secure Retirement, also testified (pdf) in support of Larson's bill on Thursday, calling it an important step toward a secure retirement for seniors and future generations. "Social Security is a vital safety net that protects American families," said Zapote. "Children are protected in the event they are orphaned, or their parents become disabled. Workers are protected if they can no longer work because of disability and parents and grandparents are protected when they become too old to continue working. Social Security is a sacred trust between generations and represents our Latino family values." Contrary to continued right-wing fearmongering about the looming collapse of Social Security, recent analyses have found the program is in good financial shape. But, as Altman wrote for Forbes Thursday, the program's benefits "are modest by virtually any measure" and should, in fact, be increased. "Social Security's modest benefits should be expanded, not cut," Altman wrote. "When President Franklin Roosevelt signed Social Security into law, he called it 'a cornerstone' on which to build. Yet the last time Congress enacted increases was 1972." "Social Security has stood the test of time," added Altman. "Next month, we will celebrate the 84th anniversary of the system’s enactment. It is more universal, efficient, secure, and fair than its private sector counterparts are or could be." Larson's legislation—which was introduced in January, on FDR's 137th birthday—would increase Social Security benefits for all current and future recipients, set the minimum benefit level to 25 percent greater than the federal poverty line, and improve the annual cost of living adjustment to ensure benefits are not eroded by inflation. To finance the benefit expansion, Larson's bill would subject all earnings above $400,000 to a payroll tax. "No one should retire into poverty," advocacy group MoveOn tweeted Thursday. "Rep. John Larson's Secure 2100 Act increases the minimum monthly Social Security benefit, ensuring seniors can retire in dignity." Watch the full Ways and Means Committee hearing: https://youtu.be/UnL8SFdbLuo
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    May 1 “Who may #ascend into #theHillofTheLord? And who may #stand in His #HolyPlace? He who has #cleanHands and a #pureHeart…” #Psalm24:3-4
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    Are your #handsClean? Is your #heartPure? This is the #process of #sanctification. The #person #TheLord can use, the person He can #bless, the person He can point to as a #demonstration of #HisPower – is the #individual who is #clean.

    #Cleansed. #Sanctified. #Holy. #SetApart? Does this #describe you? If not, #begin right now to #reachForward to #higher ground. Don’t be #satisfied on the #plateau you are #living on #rightNow. #MoveOn out for #God #today. That’s where a #life of #adventureIsWaiting for you. https://mailchi.mp/6ddd32bf8bc4/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-452293?e=9cbe669f39 #Adventure #Jesus #YHWH #PureHeart #JesusChrist #Christian #Freedom #Conquest #Victory #experience #AmazingExperience #Invigorating #Invigoration #Amazing #Fun #Energizing #Passion #HealthyHeart #HealthyLife #ThisIsLiving #LivingItUp #DreamBig #Imagine #ImagineGreater #Salvation #WhoCanStand #WhoMayStand
    #HigherGround May 1 “Who may #ascend into #theHillofTheLord? And who may #stand in His #HolyPlace? He who has #cleanHands and a #pureHeart…” #Psalm24:3-4 Listen to #todaysDevotional Are your #handsClean? Is your #heartPure? This is the #process of #sanctification. The #person #TheLord can use, the person He can #bless, the person He can point to as a #demonstration of #HisPower – is the #individual who is #clean. #Cleansed. #Sanctified. #Holy. #SetApart? Does this #describe you? If not, #begin right now to #reachForward to #higher ground. Don’t be #satisfied on the #plateau you are #living on #rightNow. #MoveOn out for #God #today. That’s where a #life of #adventureIsWaiting for you. https://mailchi.mp/6ddd32bf8bc4/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-452293?e=9cbe669f39 #Adventure #Jesus #YHWH #PureHeart #JesusChrist #Christian #Freedom #Conquest #Victory #experience #AmazingExperience #Invigorating #Invigoration #Amazing #Fun #Energizing #Passion #HealthyHeart #HealthyLife #ThisIsLiving #LivingItUp #DreamBig #Imagine #ImagineGreater #Salvation #WhoCanStand #WhoMayStand
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  • Democrats and Progressives Grapple With How Best to Vanquish Trump: Impeach, Bold Ideas, or Both?
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    Jake Johnson, staff writer

    What's the best way to remove a corrupt and possibly criminal president from office?

    Democrats and progressive activists have been forced to grapple with this crucial question in the days after the Mueller report provided a 400-page look into President Donald Trump's rampant misconduct and potential obstruction of justice.

    Some progressives urged House Democrats to immediately launch impeachment proceedings, arguing that anything less would be an abdication of constitutional responsibility.

    But others said Democrats must instead place their emphasis on soundly defeating Trump at the ballot box by focusing on healthcare, income inequality, and the climate crisis.

    Congressional Democrats and the party's 2020 presidential contenders have come out in favor one or the other position—or some combination of the two—in the wake of Mueller's findings, which are the product of a sprawling two-year investigation into Trump's White House and businesses.

    "Just about every Democrat agrees that the Donald Trump presidency has been a nightmare, and that the sooner it ends the better. How we get there is less certain," Bhaskar Sunkara, founding editor of the socialist magazine Jacobin, wrote in a Guardian op-ed this week.

    A range of Democratic positions on the impeachment question was on full display during CNN's town halls with five 2020 presidential candidates Monday night.

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) unequivocally doubled down on her earlier call for the House to initiate impeachment proceedings and dismissed concerns about possible political backlash.

    "There is no political inconvenience exception to the United States Constitution," Warren added.

    "If any other human being in this country had done what's documented in the Mueller report, they would be arrested and put in jail."

    Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) was less straightforward than Warren, but nonetheless backed impeachment hearings due to the "good evidence pointing to obstruction."

    Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), for his part, advocated a more cautious approach and argued that rushing head-long into an impeachment battle would benefit Trump.

    While expressing his support for a "thorough" congressional investigation into possible obstruction, the Vermont senator also cautioned that a prolonged and intense impeachment fight would suck oxygen from key issues that impact the day-to-day lives of ordinary Americans.

    "If for the next year, year-and-a-half going right into the heart of the election, all that the Congress is talking about is impeaching Trump... and we're not talking about healthcare, we're not talking about raising the minimum wage to a living wage, we're not talking about combating climate change, we're not talking about sexism and racism and homophobia and all of the issues that concern ordinary Americans—what I worry about is that works to Trump's advantage," Sanders said.

    Closing out the night of town halls, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg said Democrats in Congress can both begin impeachment proceedings and run issue-focused campaigns.

    "Congress is going to have to figure out how to do several things at once," said Buttigieg.

    The presidential candidates' town halls came just hours after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) sent a letter to the House Democratic caucus Monday urging unity in the party's "search for the truth and in upholding the security of our elections."

    Pelosi did not rule out impeachment proceedings in her letter, but the House Speaker said before the release of the Mueller report that impeaching Trump is "just not worth it."

    House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) provoked outrage by similarly dismissing impeachment as "not worthwhile" just hours after the special counsel's findings were made public.

    "Remarkable cowardice and dereliction of basic duty," the Washington Post's Greg Sargent tweeted in response to Hoyer's remarks.

    As Common Dreams reported last Friday, progressive advocacy groups immediately began to pressure Democratic leaders to move toward impeachment following the release of the Mueller report, which documented at least ten instances in which Trump may have obstructed justice.

    "We will not treat this as normal," said the progressive group MoveOn, which has over a million members nationwide.

    "And politicians in Washington must not continue to conduct business as usual. Everyone in Congress must look in the mirror and decide how they will fulfill their oath to defend our Constitution—and which side of history they want to be on."

    Some progressive commentators and lawmakers wholeheartedly agreed.

    After the Mueller report dropped, Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.), and Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) signaled support for moving ahead with impeachment proceedings.

    John Nichols, columnist for The Nation, tweeted that the "argument for the impeachment of Donald Trump has been strengthened by the Mueller report."

    Jacobin's Sunkara countered that the push for impeachment is a serious political mistake, particularly given that the Republican-controlled Senate would almost certainly decline to impeach the president.

    "The immediate goal is to get Trump out of office. But no one thinks that this can happen given the current composition of Congress," said Sunkara. "Talk of impeachment, then, is purely rhetorical."

    Calling impeachment hearings "political theater" that would risk "squandering a historic opening to advocate for social reforms," Sunkara said Democrats would be better off pushing a clear and bold political agenda that meets the needs of the vast majority of Americans.

    This, Sunkara argued, is a more effective path to defeating both Trump and Trumpism.

    "I find everything about Trump, from his demeanor to the human costs of his policies, to be reprehensible," said Sunkara.

    "The only way to repudiate his right-populism is at the ballot box, decisively showing what polls indicate—that Americans want real, progressive solutions to their problems."

    On the other side of this argument, Jeffrey C. Isaac, professor of political science at Indiana University, Bloomington, writes that even recognizing the possible downsides, an impeachment push is worth the risk.

    In a column for Common Dreams on Tuesday, Isaac writes:

    Does such a political strategy have risks?
    Can it fail? Of course.

    All political strategies have risks, and none are assured of success.

    But business as usual also has risks.

    The Trump presidency is not a "normal" presidency, Trump is not a normal president, and the 2020 election will not be a normal election.

    Impeachment will not remove Trump from office.

    Only the election can do that.

    But impeachment can be a shot across the bow, a serious enactment of constitutionalism, and a very public “reality show” featuring a real contest between a dangerous President and his craven Republican supporters on the one hand, and a politically compelling Democratic Party on the other.

    For political observers like Nichols, as he argued in a piece for The Progressive, the time for debating the question is done.

    The impeachment of Trump is appropriate, Nichols wrote, "because of the high crimes and misdemeanors that we know Donald Trump has committed. It is appropriate because of the damage that Donald Trump's policies have done already, and because of the damage that we know the continuation of his presidency will do. The time for waiting and seeing is over."
    Democrats and Progressives Grapple With How Best to Vanquish Trump: Impeach, Bold Ideas, or Both? https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/04/23/democrats-and-progressives-grapple-how-best-vanquish-trump-impeach-bold-ideas-or Jake Johnson, staff writer What's the best way to remove a corrupt and possibly criminal president from office? Democrats and progressive activists have been forced to grapple with this crucial question in the days after the Mueller report provided a 400-page look into President Donald Trump's rampant misconduct and potential obstruction of justice. Some progressives urged House Democrats to immediately launch impeachment proceedings, arguing that anything less would be an abdication of constitutional responsibility. But others said Democrats must instead place their emphasis on soundly defeating Trump at the ballot box by focusing on healthcare, income inequality, and the climate crisis. Congressional Democrats and the party's 2020 presidential contenders have come out in favor one or the other position—or some combination of the two—in the wake of Mueller's findings, which are the product of a sprawling two-year investigation into Trump's White House and businesses. "Just about every Democrat agrees that the Donald Trump presidency has been a nightmare, and that the sooner it ends the better. How we get there is less certain," Bhaskar Sunkara, founding editor of the socialist magazine Jacobin, wrote in a Guardian op-ed this week. A range of Democratic positions on the impeachment question was on full display during CNN's town halls with five 2020 presidential candidates Monday night. Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) unequivocally doubled down on her earlier call for the House to initiate impeachment proceedings and dismissed concerns about possible political backlash. "There is no political inconvenience exception to the United States Constitution," Warren added. "If any other human being in this country had done what's documented in the Mueller report, they would be arrested and put in jail." Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) was less straightforward than Warren, but nonetheless backed impeachment hearings due to the "good evidence pointing to obstruction." Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), for his part, advocated a more cautious approach and argued that rushing head-long into an impeachment battle would benefit Trump. While expressing his support for a "thorough" congressional investigation into possible obstruction, the Vermont senator also cautioned that a prolonged and intense impeachment fight would suck oxygen from key issues that impact the day-to-day lives of ordinary Americans. "If for the next year, year-and-a-half going right into the heart of the election, all that the Congress is talking about is impeaching Trump... and we're not talking about healthcare, we're not talking about raising the minimum wage to a living wage, we're not talking about combating climate change, we're not talking about sexism and racism and homophobia and all of the issues that concern ordinary Americans—what I worry about is that works to Trump's advantage," Sanders said. Closing out the night of town halls, South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg said Democrats in Congress can both begin impeachment proceedings and run issue-focused campaigns. "Congress is going to have to figure out how to do several things at once," said Buttigieg. The presidential candidates' town halls came just hours after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) sent a letter to the House Democratic caucus Monday urging unity in the party's "search for the truth and in upholding the security of our elections." Pelosi did not rule out impeachment proceedings in her letter, but the House Speaker said before the release of the Mueller report that impeaching Trump is "just not worth it." House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) provoked outrage by similarly dismissing impeachment as "not worthwhile" just hours after the special counsel's findings were made public. "Remarkable cowardice and dereliction of basic duty," the Washington Post's Greg Sargent tweeted in response to Hoyer's remarks. As Common Dreams reported last Friday, progressive advocacy groups immediately began to pressure Democratic leaders to move toward impeachment following the release of the Mueller report, which documented at least ten instances in which Trump may have obstructed justice. "We will not treat this as normal," said the progressive group MoveOn, which has over a million members nationwide. "And politicians in Washington must not continue to conduct business as usual. Everyone in Congress must look in the mirror and decide how they will fulfill their oath to defend our Constitution—and which side of history they want to be on." Some progressive commentators and lawmakers wholeheartedly agreed. After the Mueller report dropped, Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.), and Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) signaled support for moving ahead with impeachment proceedings. John Nichols, columnist for The Nation, tweeted that the "argument for the impeachment of Donald Trump has been strengthened by the Mueller report." Jacobin's Sunkara countered that the push for impeachment is a serious political mistake, particularly given that the Republican-controlled Senate would almost certainly decline to impeach the president. "The immediate goal is to get Trump out of office. But no one thinks that this can happen given the current composition of Congress," said Sunkara. "Talk of impeachment, then, is purely rhetorical." Calling impeachment hearings "political theater" that would risk "squandering a historic opening to advocate for social reforms," Sunkara said Democrats would be better off pushing a clear and bold political agenda that meets the needs of the vast majority of Americans. This, Sunkara argued, is a more effective path to defeating both Trump and Trumpism. "I find everything about Trump, from his demeanor to the human costs of his policies, to be reprehensible," said Sunkara. "The only way to repudiate his right-populism is at the ballot box, decisively showing what polls indicate—that Americans want real, progressive solutions to their problems." On the other side of this argument, Jeffrey C. Isaac, professor of political science at Indiana University, Bloomington, writes that even recognizing the possible downsides, an impeachment push is worth the risk. In a column for Common Dreams on Tuesday, Isaac writes: Does such a political strategy have risks? Can it fail? Of course. All political strategies have risks, and none are assured of success. But business as usual also has risks. The Trump presidency is not a "normal" presidency, Trump is not a normal president, and the 2020 election will not be a normal election. Impeachment will not remove Trump from office. Only the election can do that. But impeachment can be a shot across the bow, a serious enactment of constitutionalism, and a very public “reality show” featuring a real contest between a dangerous President and his craven Republican supporters on the one hand, and a politically compelling Democratic Party on the other. For political observers like Nichols, as he argued in a piece for The Progressive, the time for debating the question is done. The impeachment of Trump is appropriate, Nichols wrote, "because of the high crimes and misdemeanors that we know Donald Trump has committed. It is appropriate because of the damage that Donald Trump's policies have done already, and because of the damage that we know the continuation of his presidency will do. The time for waiting and seeing is over."
    Democrats and Progressives Grapple With How Best to Vanquish Trump: Impeach, Bold Ideas, or Both?
    "Just about every Democrat agrees that the Donald Trump presidency has been a nightmare, and that the sooner it ends the better. How we get there is less certain."
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  • Take a #DeepBreath
    April 8 #ComeToMe, all who are #weary and #heavyLaden, and I will give you #rest. #Matthew11:28
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    The book of #Exodus #chronicles the #deliverance of #GodsPeople from 400 years of #bondage in #Egypt. But when #Moses spoke to the people, they did not #listen to him, because of their #discouragement and #harshLabor. The #Hebrew word translated as “discouragement” literally means “ #shortOfBreath.” In other words, their #bitter #enslavement had left them #wornOut, #depleted, #beatDown, and #bottomedOut. Does that #soundFamiliar?

    #ToughTimes can come to our lives and make us “short of #breath.” What can we do when life’s #circumstances lead to discouragement? #Jesus invites us to #comeToHim and He will give us rest. So #accept His #invitation. He will help you “ #catchYourBreath” and carry your #heavyLoad. https://mailchi.mp/winningwalk/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-452181?e=9cbe669f39 #dailyinspiration #motivationalquote #behavior #success #DailyMotivation #Motivation #JesusChrist #Christ #YHWH #God #Jehovah #TheKingOfGlory #AlmightyGod #PrinceOfPeace #LordofLords #Peace #Shalom #TheGodOfPeace #Renewal #Rebirth #Salvation #Rescue #Uphold #Encourage #Encouragement #KeepGoing #GoOn #MoveAhead #MoveOn
    Take a #DeepBreath April 8 #ComeToMe, all who are #weary and #heavyLaden, and I will give you #rest. #Matthew11:28 Listen to #todaysDevotional The book of #Exodus #chronicles the #deliverance of #GodsPeople from 400 years of #bondage in #Egypt. But when #Moses spoke to the people, they did not #listen to him, because of their #discouragement and #harshLabor. The #Hebrew word translated as “discouragement” literally means “ #shortOfBreath.” In other words, their #bitter #enslavement had left them #wornOut, #depleted, #beatDown, and #bottomedOut. Does that #soundFamiliar? #ToughTimes can come to our lives and make us “short of #breath.” What can we do when life’s #circumstances lead to discouragement? #Jesus invites us to #comeToHim and He will give us rest. So #accept His #invitation. He will help you “ #catchYourBreath” and carry your #heavyLoad. https://mailchi.mp/winningwalk/the-truest-freedom-you-can-ever-experience-452181?e=9cbe669f39 #dailyinspiration #motivationalquote #behavior #success #DailyMotivation #Motivation #JesusChrist #Christ #YHWH #God #Jehovah #TheKingOfGlory #AlmightyGod #PrinceOfPeace #LordofLords #Peace #Shalom #TheGodOfPeace #Renewal #Rebirth #Salvation #Rescue #Uphold #Encourage #Encouragement #KeepGoing #GoOn #MoveAhead #MoveOn
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