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'Targeting Our Seniors' March 2011

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The War on the Elderly

The United States is getting older — much older. And as millions of baby boomers retire, businesses and government are hitting older Americans with a host of hardships, from benefit cuts to job losses to evaporating retirements.

Seniors may have helped build the nation, and the Greatest Generation may have thwarted global tyranny, but a changing world is now putting their dreams in jeopardy.

Is this fair? Newsmax magazine's special report "Targeting Our Seniors," by New York Times best-selling author Ted C. Fishman, takes an in-depth look at the changing demographics of the nation and the problems seniors increasingly face — including the threats to the Medicare and Social Security older Americans have come to rely on.

This issue of Newsmax magazine also features "Imagining a Trump Presidency," which examines Donald Trump's possible run for the White House in 2012 and includes excerpts from Trump's recent fiery interview with Newsmax.TV.

The must-read "Targeting Our Seniors" report explores:

  • The drastic measures that could impact seniors
  • The pervasive effects of the aging population
  • Why aging workforces are expensive
  • Rockford, Ill. — a microcosm of aging America
  • How Obamacare could hurt seniors' healthcare coverage
  • The ever-growing costs of entitlements
  • Rep. Paul Ryan's radical proposal for Medicare
  • Why the proportion of young will continue to decline
  • The significance of the replacement fertility rate
  • Two states with the most elderly — Florida and a surprise
  • Why Sarasota, Fla., presages America's future
  • The dramatic shift toward work after "retirement"
  • Japanese in 2050: 41 million fewer — and much older
  • The worldwide surge in older citizens
  • Two agist strategies in economic globalization
  • The "giant feedback loop" affecting global populations
  • China's drive for a young workforce
  • Why older Americans are the new entrepreneurial class

This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.

In addition to hard-hitting investigative reports and special commentary from George Will, Michael Reagan, Ben Stein, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, David Limbaugh, Christopher Ruddy and others, you get much more in Newsmax magazine, including:

  • Obama's looming power grab — "regulatory stealth"
  • States and cities staring at bankruptcy
  • Bitter gay marriage battle is shaping up
  • Sweden's belt-tightening conservative turnaround
  • Spielberg's next project: Saving Nancy Pelosi
  • Stimulus spending hooks monkeys on cocaine
  • Turning around Type-2 diabetes — without insulin
  • Schwarzenegger mulls return to acting
  • Psychoanalyst G. Heath King: Inside Obama's mind
  • Six symptoms you should never ignore
  • Where are they now? JFK Secret Service agent Clint Hill
  • Mark Simone is radio's "super sub" for star talkers
  • Obama-Oprah love fest continues
  • Jack LaLanne's lasting legacy
  • Oversexed teen TV characters are on the rise
  • America in numbers: For better or worse
  • Ben Stein: Struggling with our reality
  • Network yanks Michael Jackson autopsy show
  • Investing overseas is paying off
  • America's foul-mouth problem
  • Six stunning new museums
  • Safer ways to diversify from the dollar
  • Wacky items for your pet
  • The trouble with diet drug approval

Again, there is so much more in Newsmax magazine, which won a Gold Eddie Award in the News/Commentary category of Folio magazine's prestigious journalism awards, the Eddies.

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