Charles Lincoln reviews the current state of the Social Security system

Melinda Pillsbury-Foster interviews Charles E. Lincoln, III about the history of Social Security and how its financial foundation has been usurped by political interests.

Info on Charles E. Lincoln, III
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Charles Lincoln’s bio
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Disbarred from practicing law, Dr. Lincoln provides consulting services which include the history of law and approaches to questions of law suited for use in our rapidly changing world.

Social Security (United States)
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In the United States, Social Security refers to the federal Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) program. The original Social Security Act (1935) and the current version of the Act, as amended, encompass several social welfare and social insurance programs.

Social Security Trust Fund
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In the United States, the Social Security Trust Fund is a fund operated by the Social Security Administration into which are paid contributions from workers and employers under the Social Security system and out of which benefit payments to retirees, survivors, and the disabled, and general administrative expenses are paid.

42 U.S.C. § 666: US Code – Section 666
Requirement of statutorily prescribed procedures to improve effectiveness of child support enforcement
Source: Cornell University Law Department
(13) Recording of social security numbers in certain family matters.— Procedures requiring that the social security number of—
(A) any applicant for a professional license, driver’s license, occupational license, recreational license, or marriage license be recorded on the application.

Benjamin N. Cardozo
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Benjamin Nathan Cardozo (May 24, 1870–July 9, 1938) was a well-known American lawyer and associate Supreme Court Justice. Cardozo is remembered for his significant influence on the development of American common law in the 20th century.

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