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Legalize Coca Leaf Medicines & Save The US Health Care System

Diabetes, Cancer, Alzheimer’s and Heart Disease eat up well over 50% of the costs in the American health care system, and yet simple, natural Coca Leaf medicines – simple teas and tonics really – could virtually eliminate the bulk of the costs associated with Heart Disease and Diabetes, and could significantly reduce the costs associated with Alzheimer’s and Cancer. 282 more words

The Unaffordable Care Act

Now that everyone is forced to buy health insurance, the insurance companies are turning the screws:

According to a report published Friday in the The Wall Street Journal, health insurers are requesting the right in many states to increase premiums by upwards of 50%.

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Government Shenanigans

The Latest Obamacare Oops

So, if you were like about 8 million Americans who had signed up for Obamacare through the exchanges, and you got a subsidy last year that helped you pay your insurance premiums, you were probably feeling pretty smug about only having to pay a hundred dollars or so a month for health insurance, while most of us play three, four up to 20 times that much for worse coverage than we got before this monster started. 397 more words

Politics

Got Obamacare? Your premiums are (probably) about to go way up

President Obama’s signature legislative achievement–the healthcare law popularly known as Obamacare–is facing a potentially existential fight in the Supreme Court in 2015.

But it’s not just the courts that supporters of the program need to worry about. 211 more words

Got Obamacare? Your premiums are (probably) about to go way up

President Obama’s signature legislative achievement–the healthcare law popularly known as Obamacare–is facing a potentially existential fight in the Supreme Court in 2015.

But it’s not just the courts that supporters of the program need to worry about. 210 more words

Finance

The Rubber Meets the Road with Obamacare

By Bob Creamer, CPA

Five years ago, President Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) in to law. It was designed to provide access to health insurance across the full socioeconomic spectrum regardless of medical history. 974 more words

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