$3.5 trillion in secret federal pensions

Adam Andrzejewski writes in Forbes:

What has a $3.5 trillion unfunded liability, manually calculated on paper inside a Pennsylvania mountain, and costs taxpayers more money annually than the entire state budget of Florida? Answer: Federal employee pensions. 

Fact: Federal court rulings state that disclosing the pension amounts of retired congressional

Adam Andrzejewski

Adam Andrzejewski

representatives and senators violate their privacy rights.

Forcing open the federal pensions will take an act of Congress. Citizens should demand it. At the state level, 32 states – including the union strongholds of California, Illinois and New York - already opened their books on public pensions. (Read More.)

Sheesh, even Illinois has opened the books on individual pension benefits. And we thought we had it bad in Illinois.

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    This is just outrageous! If they can't control federal money, they can't control one of the most basic needs of out country. I will definitely include this topic in my ongoing research and will <do my essay on this subject. This is a serious issue and needs our utmost attention.

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