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For everyone who believes that their personal data i s in safe hands with the government. Remember when we all believed it was impossible that the government was conducting warrantless surveillance of our email and telephone calls? 23 more words

Liberty

Prepare For New Round Of ObamaCare Cancellations, As Quiet Summer Ends

By Joseph R. Carducci
September 10, 2014

Quiet ObamaCare Summer Ending:

It has been a rather quiet summer for ObamaCare. Good thing, too, since it gave our community organizer in chief a chance to get in a lot of serious rounds of golf and vacationing. 624 more words

TO SHOP OR NOT TO SHOP… Episode 3

What do you mean that I can offer a SHOP plan to my employees and still be liable for up to $3000 per employee in fines?  288 more words

Aca

HealthCare.gov breached, injected with malware

Federal health officials have discovered that the woebegone US insurance exchange site HealthCare.gov was breached in July when an intruder uploaded malware with the apparent motive of using the system to launch cyberattacks against other sites. 433 more words

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Costs of HealthCare.gov fiasco near $1B | Healthcare IT News

This isn’t a Democratic or Republican thing (although some of the problems described were the result of political decisions), it’s a bureaucratic thing. Government routinely is over budget and behind schedule on projects large and small. 353 more words

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