Why AMAC is the Better Choice with Andy Mangione

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Main Street Matters with Elaine Parker and Alfredo Ortiz explores the intersection of small business and government policy. With more than 90 million Americans either owning or depending on small business for their household income, policies like taxes, regulations, and access to credit have a huge effect on the American Dream. Elaine and Alfredo talk with small business owners, government officials and office holders, and experts about everything from education to the labor market on this interesting and entertaining podcast.

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Wednesday, December 6

Andy Mangione, from the Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC), discusses the organization's founding and its mission to provide a conservative alternative to AARP. He highlights the three organizations within AMAC: the main association, AMAC Action (the advocacy arm), and the AMAC Foundation (which focuses on educating seniors). The solvency of Social Security is a key issue for AMAC, and they propose a plan to make it solvent without raising taxes. Mangione emphasizes that AMAC listens to its members and advocates for their needs in Washington and state legislatures. He also discusses the differences between AMAC and AARP, as well as the importance of conservatives having their voices heard and pushing back against policies like ESG scores. Main Street Matters is part of the Salem Podcast Network - new episodes debut every Wednesday & Friday. For more information visit JobCreatorsNetwork.com