Terrance Heath

Terrance Heath

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Terrance Heath has been a Project Contributor since July 2007, has written 674 entries and currently lives in Washington, DC.


Terrance Heath has blogged at The Republic of T. since October 2003. He lives in the metro Washington D.C. area with his husband and their adopted son, and works as a blogging/social media consultant.

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The Ryan Budget Shows What GOP Wants to Do to America

Filed by Terrance Heath | April 12, 2014 | 4:00 PM | comments

The Ryan/GOP budget goes against what Americans want, on issue after issue. But Republicans will try to make sure it's what we get if they get half a chance.Read More

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The Obamacare Truthers

Filed by Terrance Heath | April 08, 2014 | 1:00 PM | comments

There should be a new rule for political debate, along the lines of Godwin's Law and its corollaries: The arrival of "truthers" effectively ends the debate, and the side that resorts to "trutherism" first loses.Read More

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In GOP's 'ConservaCare,' the Bugs Are Actually Features

Filed by Terrance Heath | April 03, 2014 | 3:00 PM | comments

The "features" of the Republican alternatives to Obamacare are actually the bugs voters have repeatedly squashed at the polls because they'd leave millions vulnerable.Read More

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The 'Billionaire's Primary': Meet America's New Bosses

Filed by Terrance Heath | April 01, 2014 | 12:00 PM | comments

Billionaires like Sheldon Adelson and the Koch brothers are accountable to no one, but the lawmakers on their payrolls are more accountable to them than to the rest of the American electorate.Read More

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March Madness Obama Style

Filed by Terrance Heath | March 28, 2014 | 2:30 PM | comments

Pieces of Ukraine are falling apart and the health care plan's a mess. But we finally have a president who really knows basketball, and for the next three weeks that's all that matters. Thank goodness for distractions.Read More