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Michael James Astrue (born 1956) is an American lawyer and, under the pen name A. M. Juster, a poet and critic. He served as Commissioner of the Social Security Administration from 2007 to 2013. Contents. [hide]. 1 Career; 2 Poetry. 2.1 Awards; 2.2 Works. 3 References; 4 External links. Career[edit]. After his secondary ...



Michael Astrue Articles from The Weekly Standard.


Feb 21, 2013 ... Millions of Americans rely on social security for their livelihood. But the program is at the center of the government's debate over spending cuts — and it's facing its own financial troubles. Host Michel Martin speaks with Michael Astrue, former Social Security Commissioner, about his views on the program's ...


WASHINGTON, Feb. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "We are pleased to welcome Michael J. Astrue to the Board of Directors of the National Alliance for Hispanic Health," said Augustine C. Baca, Chair of the Board of Directors of the National Alliance for Hispanic Health, the nation's leading health advocacy working ...


Jan 28, 2013 ... Social Security Commissioner Michael J. Astrue says he will step down in February after completing his six-year term. Astrue's departure gives President Barack Obama the opportunity to name a new head to the federal government's largest program.


Michael J. Astrue AKA Michael James Astrue. Born: c. 1956. Birthplace: Fort Dix, NJ. Gender: Male Religion: Roman Catholic Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Government, Poet. Nationality: United States Executive summary: Social Security Commissioner. Astrue claims as his professional ...


Sep 10, 2015 ... Mike Astrue. Michael Astrue is the former Commissioner of Social Security (2007- 2013). The Social Security Administration is an independent federal agency headquartered in suburban Baltimore with over 62,000 employees nationwide. As commissioner, Astrue reported directly to President Obama.


May 28, 2015 ... Michael J Astrue. Courtesy of Michael Astrue. Michael J. Astrue. Staying Local. Conventional wisdom would call my undergraduate graduation a train wreck— even without the commencement speaker who was drunk and angry. Most of my classmates were heading to fancy graduate schools or Wall Street ...