Monthly Archives: January 2011

Debt Ceiling Hypocrisy, Hysteria & Our Financial Mess

The debt ceiling of $14.3 trillion will only last another two to three months at the current rate of government spending. It has been raised seven times in the past half-decade. The newly elected Republican House has some worried that … Continue reading

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Airline Security, Privacy, and Common Sense vs. the TSA

A lot of noise has been made over the new airport security measures being implemented across the nation by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Full body scanners (officially called AIT, or Advanced Imaging Technology) are appearing across the country, with … Continue reading

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Welcome to Striking at the Root!

Note: The following article was originally written for Gather.com in November 2010. This blog has been subsequently created to host the series, which was originally going to be exclusive to Gather.com. The election is finally over. As expected, voters- already … Continue reading

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