Climate Change “Undeniable”

Climate Change “Undeniable”

April 22 is celebrated world-wide as Earth Day and Dr. Jack Heidel, a Republican candidate for US Senate (Nebraska), believes being a conservative means conserving our natural resources and being responsible stewards to the planet.

“The issue of environmental protection or climate change should never have been allowed to become political,” said Heidel. “We all want a healthy environment, now and for future generations.”

“The evidence for man-made global warming from the burning of fossil fuels is proven,” explained Heidel. “Artic sea ice is retreating. The world’s …

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The Outrageously High Cost of American Healthcare

The Outrageously High Cost of American Healthcare

On January 24 I announced my candidacy in the Republican Primary for U.S. Senate against the incumbent Deb Fischer who is doing nothing to reduce our badly out-of-control national debt and, in fact, just voted to increase it by $1 trillion over the next decade.
It is the high cost of government healthcare spending for Medicare, Medicaid and the tax exemption for employer-provided care which is the main driver of federal debt.

But now look at a recent report from Bloomberg Markets on the outrageously high cost …

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Why I am Entering the Race for U.S. Senate

Why I am Entering the Race for U.S. Senate

 Why I Am Entering the Race for U.S. Senate

 

I am so upset about our huge annual deficits and rapidly accumulating debt that I entered the 2012 Republican Primary for Nebraska’s Second Congressional District. My platform in that contest was to “Eliminate the Deficit.” Large numbers of voters agreed with me but I still lost in the Primary.

In November 2012 I began writing a blog, “It Does Not Add Up” (http://itdoesnotaddup.com) addressing the debt problem and the related problem of slow economic growth. Now five years …

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