Category Archives: Retirement

  1. 2020 Vision: Make The Right to Vote Less Important

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    November 14, 2018 by Anders Ingemarson

    Against the backdrop of 2018 midterm alleged election fraud and recounts, the 2020 election season is kicking into gear with …
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  2. Learn from The Swedes: The Financial and Spiritual Costs of “Democratic Socialism”

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    August 30, 2018 by Anders Ingemarson

    Alexandria Ocacio-Cortez July 26 Democratic primary win over stalwart U.S. Congressman Joe Crowley in New York’s 14th congressional district has …
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  3. 2018 Won’t See Social Security Reform, But Keep Advancing The Moral Case For Abolition

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    January 3, 2018 by Anders Ingemarson

    Emboldened by their ability to cobble together a tax reform compromise, early indications are that Republicans may turn to entitlement …
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  4. Want Infrastructure Improvements, Mr. President? Abolish Government Ownership, Financing and Regulation

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    January 31, 2017 by Anders Ingemarson

    Editor’s note: As of publishing this, the President’s executive order on immigration is the issue of the week. Regular readers …
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  5. Hoping to Really Cut Spending, Mr. Trump? Abolish Social Security and Government Healthcare

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    January 10, 2017 by Anders Ingemarson

    Shortly before the holidays, Mr. Trump expressed his displeasure with the cost estimates for both a new version of Air …
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  6. The Ostrich Chronicles, Part 1: Social Security

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    May 30, 2016 by Anders Ingemarson

    This is the first in an multi-part series titled “The Ostrich Chronicles.” We will cover a variety of issues where …
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  7. Flogging the Confederate Flag – A Case Study in Rational Moral Certainty

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    July 1, 2015 by Anders Ingemarson

    The recent racist motivated church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, re-ignited the debate over flying the Confederate flag in general, …
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