Blurred Lines of the Budget Debate

Posted on 10/24/2013 by |AARP Media Relations Team | Comments

PoliticsThe title of the undisputed hit song of this past summer, before the government shutdown, Blurred Lines,* lacks a reference to Congress (or rest assured it would have been a dud). But it captures what politicians and others in Washington have done in the hopes that voters don’t catch them causing damage to our lives and the broader economy. Sign up for the AARP Money Matters newsletter Last week economist and former Obama administration official Jared Bernstein wrote in the …

Dear Gwen Ifill…

Posted on 10/2/2008 by |General News | Comments

Your LifeShaarp Session asks Gwen Ifill to hold the VP candidate’s feet to the fire.

Quick Note on Tonight’s Debate

Posted on 09/26/2008 by |General News | Comments

Your LifeAs AARP does frequently, we surveyed some undecided voters and asked them where they stand right now with the candidates. The overwhelming majority (81%) of undecided voters say the debates will be important in deciding their vote, while most feel that they don’t know enough about the candidates’ economic and health care plans to decide yet.