We traveled to Bryan, Ohio where the family and I took in a Saturday morning soccer game(s). The park had multiple soccer fields with all ages of kids playing, and a good number of parents and neighbors watching… Afterward, I interviewed Bryan’s Paul Langevin who shared his thoughts about Social Security. He said that there’s been consistent talk that the Social Security Fund is in crisis and may actually run out, sooner than later. He said his belief is we should raise the income cap to bolster the Fund. That is, he said there is currently an assessment of a flat 6 and three-fourths percent on income money up to $90,000. Beyond $90,000, there is no additional assessment. Paul said he believes the cap needs to be moved up to, say, $3 million — with an assessment of at least half the 6 and three-fourths on this money. Sure, this would impact the more affluent; yet in the long run, I believe it would help the Fund tremendously and bring more of a measure of social parity to America — especially with the chasm between haves and have nots growing the way it is.