Parker’s got some interesting ideas on how to effect a transition in a way that would be harder for the media-Democrat axis to defeat. They don’t seem entirely fair, in that they give only a certain cohort the ability to opt out, but if that could effect a transition to a place where all of us one day could . . . .
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By Greg Hunter, USAWatchdog.com
Professor Laurence Kotlikoff Video Report
Boston University Economics Professor, Laurence Kotlikoff, says, “The country is in worse fiscal shape by many miles than Detroit. So, the country is essentially bankrupt.”
Dr. Kotlikoff estimates the long term debt and liabilities of America are more than $200 trillion!
He is spearheading a bill in Congress called The Inform Act in an attempt to wake up the nation to our dire financial situation so something can be do...
Many national economies are having trouble these days as they are either slowing down or not expanding. Remember, the only way to a successful economy is through continuous expansion. Two of the largest in the world, the United States and China, are having very basic structural problems that are threatening their futures if they are not addressed soon. One is run under a Communist quasi-market system while the other is parading as a republic but has morphed into a welfare state.
Many other count...
ObamaCare is merely the natural extension of the welfare state we’ve evolved into over the past century. We now offer 99 weeks of unemployment insurance, which acts to discourage its recipients from seeking employment; affirmative action, which officially condones racism; a disability insurance program that’s an open invitation to fraud; food stamps for nearly 50 million Americans, including the young and able-bodied; an immigration policy that encourages foreigners to sneak into the count...
Wake up, Neo.
In the aftermath of the short-lived, but politically potent, government shutdown, we learned some shocking news: Democrats plan to try to use the leverage they (think) they gained from the whole sordid affair to raise taxes:
Emboldened Senate Democratic leaders are planning to go on offense on raising taxes. [ . . . ]
Congressional Democrats want Republicans to sign off on $50 billion worth of tax increases to eliminate the sequester’s automatic spending cuts. The next phase of ...
From Last Week:
Dependency ruins lives—why would we be trying to make more of it?