Public pensions, public pensions, public pensions. I've posted on this before, but after the current mess is cleaned up, we should really focus on this.
Here's a website I just learned of that seems useful: Pension Watch.
Here's a GAO report.
The Rockford Registar Star reports on a state with a very bad seeming pension problem. Guess the state, and guess which political party is currently running it.
But don't get cocky, conservatives! Here's a report about Texas, with a current multiplier of 2.3 percent per year--North Carolina's is 1.82--and what is alleged to be ten consecutive years of underfunding.