Ten years have passed since David Mack disappeared. Detective Ben Clark receives information that some mysterious deaths among street-level drug dealers are occurring in Greenville, Texas. All the deaths involve the use of ricin. He is sent as a consultant to Greenville detectives David Adams and Lisa Massey. Together, they will try to track down David Mack, as he seems to be resurfacing.
A serial killer appears in Asheboro, North Carolina targeting street level drug dealers. Police Detective Ben Clark is assigned the most difficult case of his career with the task of tracking this elusive killer. He must find this killer before more die, and in spite of public opinion favoring this killer, Detective Clark must remember his oath as a sworn police officer and perform his duties according to the law.
American astronomers discover an asteroid made entirely of gold. The president of the United States, Margaret Mann, wants NASA to mine the asteroid as a means of paying off the national debt.
England and France remind the president of the Space Treaties of 1968 and 1975, which forbid any one nation from benefitting from a heavenly body that is valuable. At the same time, North Korea suddenly develops an interest in reunification talks with South Korea and the United States.
This edition of CatoAudio features Wayne Crews and Adam Thierer on regulation of the Internet and broadcast media; Nat Hentoff on erosion of civil liberties; William J. Bicknell, MD, on U.S. failure to prepare for smallpox bioterrorism; David Henderson on the sordid history of government sponsored racism; Patrick Basham on the future of liberty in the European Union; and Tom Palmer on the rise of Western liberty.