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US Gov’t Calls Checkmate on Citizens: Makes Fierce Move Towards Mandatory Vaccination… A Dreadful Proposal That May Injure You

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has recently created a proposal called National Adult Immunization Plan (NAIP) that institutes a federally-mandated adult immunization program alongside the Affordable Care Act—aka Obamacare. 472 more words

Government Corruption Illuminati

Is This John Roberts' "Atonement" Week?

Thinking back to 2011 when Obamacare received a green light of sorts from the Supreme Court, the chief justice, John Roberts was vilified by pretty much everybody right of center around the country. 500 more words


NICHOLAS BAGLEY: Hello, Justices? It’s Reality Calling In King v. Burwell, the Plaintiffs Misread Obamacare ... a view from the Left

New York Times: THE Supreme Court will hear arguments on Wednesday in King v. Burwell, the latest high-stakes litigation over the future of the Affordable Care Act. 73 more words


Why Chief Justice Roberts will save Obamacare again

While the Obamacare challenge being argued before the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday is not an easy case, it does hinge upon an inescapably far-fetched claim—one that, if it prevails, will cause deep, lasting damage to the court’s credibility in the eyes of about half the nation’s population. 1,836 more words



Doctors: ‘If you want efficiency, don’t look to the government

Incorrect tax information. Overly generous government subsidies that must be paid back. A special extension for certain taxpayers who are unaware of the rules. 441 more words


Americans are making a big mistake about health care funding - Vox

Almost everyone who has health insurance in the United States gets help from the government to afford it.

For the elderly, that’s Medicare. For the disabled and the poor, that’s Medicaid.

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Politics - USA

Government tells Gruber lie to the Supreme Court

From American Commitment, by Phil Kerpen, 2/27/2015

Jonathan Gruber was, in the lower courts, the government’s principal expert.  They relied on his “three-legged stool” metaphor to argue that (even though the law says they are only available through an “exchange established by the state”!) subsidies must be available through federal exchanges.  904 more words