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Latest AARP Items
Much of the media focus on work-life balance has covered how to juggle a career and raise children, but similar personal and professional sacrifices can be required of those who support aging parents.
International Speedway Corporation will team with the AARP Foundation to help support the drive to end hunger for nearly 9 million older Americans.
It was especially clear on Thursday that the AARP's work promoting President Obama's health care law has become a sticky wicket for the powerful senior citizen's lobby.
Robert Gibbs, on "Fox News Sunday" last weekend, rhetorically asked host Chris Wallace if Obamacare was so bad for seniors, why did the AARP (formerly the American Association of Retired Persons) endorse it?
Contrary to Terrence Scanlon's accusations ("Picking seniors' pockets," Commentary, Tuesday), AARP has a long history of working to protect and strengthen health and retirement security of older Americans.
Thank you for running the timely "Picking seniors' pockets" by Terrence Scanlon (Commentary, Tuesday). I say timely because I'm at the age at which I will soon be eligible to become a member of AARP, formerly the American Association of Retired Persons, and just received another invitation from the organization to join.
I'm going to come right out and say it: AARP is about money and power. That's all it's interested in.
There are 1,372 reasons the Affordable Health Care Act, or Obamacare, is a bad idea. Why 1,372? Because that's the number of exemptions that have been given to unions, corporations and even the retirees association AARP by the Department of Health and Human Services.
Fatherhood may be a kick in the old testosterone, but it may also help keep a man alive. New research suggests that dads are a little less likely to die of heart-related problems than childless men are.