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"The Right’s Collective Amnesia And Fantasia": Former Republican Senator Admits The Obamacare Court Challenge Is Built On Lies

For months, when the Affordable Care Act was still swimming upstream through the legislative process, President Barack Obama and Senate Democrats courted Senator Olympia Snowe, a Republican from Maine, thinking she would respond rationally to enticements and provide Democrats bipartisan cover to reform the U.S. 853 more words


'Grubered again’: Exploding Obamacare overhead costs fail to surprise

We’ve learned over the years that the word “affordable” must have been used in the “Affordable Care Act” in the most ironic way possible, and those examples keep on coming: 204 more words

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Cost of Medical Care

The high cost of medical care in the U.S. has long been seen as a substantial barrier to improved population health. Despite the emphasis placed on medical care, public health research suggests that it is not the primary determinant of health.However, access to quality medical care in critical for supporting a healthy population and providing a safety net when preventative methods fail. 416 more words

Coverage to Care Step 4: Find a Provider

Follow these four steps to find a primary care provider. You may need to find a primary care provider who can recommend you to a specialist if your health requires it. 146 more words


LA Raises Minimum Wage to $15… Employers Respond Immediately With THIS

This is from Joe For America.

How many  people will go to zero dollars per hour thanks to this wage hike?

This sums up the whole leftist minimum wage hike scam. 684 more words

Here Comes The Incrementalism!

I’ll say this…the Democratic Party learned the rules of Incrementalism a LONG while ago, and mastered them. They start out saying that they need to put seat belts in cars. 487 more words


Round up

I love this paragraph by Don Boudreaux in his Tribunal Live column:

An irony that would be comical if its consequences weren’t so dire is that government’s power expands as voters demand that politicians protect them from being deceived and cheated in private markets.

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