Can the Government Fix Social Security, or Will it Take Free Market Intervention?

According the Congressional Budget Office, the Social Security Trust Fund will become insolvent by the year 2034.  This means that seniors that depend on Social Security will not be able to collect their full benefits starting that year.

Just to be clear, that means 43% of single American senior citizens relying on Social Security for 90% (or more) of their income.

Can free markets in the U.S. fix this problem, or should the government be allowed to continue down the current rabbit hole?  To find out more, please click on the following link: Can America learn from Chile?