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In 1936, presidential candidate Alf Landon accurately described the socialist FDR’s sophistical accounting scheme, involving a so-called “Trust Fund”, that is still the foundation of Social Security to this day, though no longer would any candidate for national office dare speak of the hoax involved, and even the well-educated conservatives on Ricochet are mostly oblivious […]
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