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Timothy Heacock

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After the recession comes job depression

I’m talking about the $3 trillion pension gap faced collectively by the American states, the fact that Social Security liabilities now exceed inflows (the huge surplus was spent by the Feds- oops!) and staggering future liabilities in Medicare. The U.S. only collects enough money organically (via taxes) to cover less than a third of its outlays.

Marijuana: our dirty little secret

I have some great news for all of you pot heads out there: marijuana is safer than both alcohol and tobacco, as if you were unaware.

Saving lives by legalizing organ trade

In the U.S. there are over 100,000 people on the waiting list for an organ. Eighty-thousand need a kidney and 15,000 a liver...

Obama’s stimulus package stimulates fear

The politics of fear rightly denounced by Barack Obama on the campaign trail have found a familiar home at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

The Years Ahead – Obama controls our future

Two foreign wars, a crumbling global military empire, an economy teetering on the edge, and a looming entitlement crisis combine to create arguably the worst situation a new president has ever faced.

We need a free market solution

Politicians need to immediately stop trying to plan, save, and stimulate the economy with their brilliant idea of spending more money.

Neoconned – the rise of a new Washington

Barring a dramatic shift in the political climate, Barack Obama will win on Tuesday.

Secession is a national right

Secession is America's founding principle and an essential liberty in any free nation.

21: A thin line of responsibility

Just the other day my friend turned 21. I always thought the drinking age being 21 was absolutely ridiculous but seeing him make the transition changed my mind.

The lesser of two evils is still evil

If, as Laura Edwins hopes (The Battle for America), Barack Obama and his ideas are “the future of America” then I am deeply worried about our already bleak prospects.
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