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Ending Political Rhetoric

Last week I was engaging ton Twitter on an issue I find to be of the utmost importance: Social Security. I saw the following Tweet: Why #SocialSecurity should dominate the 2016 election http://t.co/VZjamXw8CY — Eyes On Fox (@eyesonfoxorg) May 11, 2015 The Tweet itself is fairly inocuous and I wanted to engage a fellow citizen. […]

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News: Social Security May be in Worse Shape Than Thought

NBC News: Social Security May Be in Worse Shape Than We Thought: Study Excerpt: The Social Security Administration projects that its trust funds will be depleted by 2033—not an optimistic forecast. But it may be even bleaker than that. New studies from Harvard and Dartmouth researchers find that the SSA’s actuarial forecasts have been consistently […]

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News: FDA Reveals New Guidelines on Blood Ban

The Advocate: FDA Reveals New Guidelines on Blood Ban Excerpt: The modification of what the FDA called an “indefinite deferral,” or ban, for all MSM stopped short of what other countries have done in lifting what the Human Rights Campaign calls a “medically and scientifically unwarranted” policy. Commentary: Unfortunately, this was not a surprise from […]

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Questions for 2016 Presidential Candidates

I recently posted this on my Twitter: What questions should we be asking of our candidates this election cycle? http://t.co/mBQjKA6Xdd #firstbudget #Election2016 — Richard Dedor (@RichardDedor) April 28, 2015 And I received a handful of responses, including: How can you make the country believe in your leadership and initiatives? What are you going to go […]


3 Things to Know About the Estate Tax

I am a fiscal conservative but on April 22, 2015, The New York Times reported that the House had voted to repeal the Estate Tax. They said, “Republican leaders hailed the vote as a victory for farmers and small-business owners who may otherwise be forced to sell assets after the death of a spouse or […]