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House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Wants To Hear The Truth from HHS, Jonathan Gruber on ObamaCare Deceptions

Deceptions were pervasive in Obamacare including inflated enrollment numbers which made budgeting problematic

By John Hicks
The Washington Post

Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, wants a top Obama administration health official and one of the brains behind the Affordable Care Act to testify about alleged ‘deceptions’ with the law. 331 more words

Obamacare: If you like your plan you can keep it...unless HHS decides to change it

  We all remember Barack Obama’s promise that under his healthcare proposal if you liked your healthcare plan you would be able to keep your healthcare plan, right? 385 more words

Politics

The Latest Obamacare Outrage

Let’s say that you have an Obamacare plan. Let’s say that you like it. Let’s say that you want to keep it. Let’s say that open enrollment comes around, and you do nothing, because you think that you don’t have to–since everything is fine, and you have a plan, and you want to keep it, after all. 222 more words

Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) Withdraws 340B Program Proposed Rule

On November 14, 2014, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) withdrew a proposed rule that would have… 446 more words

Health Care Law

River Parish Rivalry Noted for Producing NFL Talent

Without prior knowledge of Louisiana high school football, one would most likely be unaware that Louisiana produces the most NFL players per capita. According to usafootball.com., one in every 76,837 people in Louisiana become professional football players. 539 more words

Penalty For Uninsured Not Signing Up For Obamacare To More Than Triple

Screw Obamacare. How the hell can one collect a “tax”, when one isn’t working? Over half the country don’t have jobs. More scare tactics by one “dictator in chief”. 399 more words

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Changing the Dietary Guidelines

If you have been following any of the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee’s meetings (who does that anyway? I mean, unless you are a total geek like I am), then you might have noticed that the next Guidelines seem very likely to continue to promote the same nutritional advice that has proven largely ineffective for more than 35 years. 2,553 more words