Obama answering a question about Obamacare coverage.
April 13, 2019
April 13, 2019
April 8, 2019
I saw the movie “Unplanned” on Friday afternoon, April 5th. I wanted to know the woman’s story and to understand what was going on within the abortion industry and why the pro-abortion crowd was so upset with the movie. I now have a much clearer understanding! As you may surmise, I am a staunch pro-life, anti-abortion supporter. This movie, produced by a Christian production (film) company, told the true life story of a woman (Abby Johnson) who had an abortion and her struggles while working at a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Texas. The abortion rights activists and Hollywood critics said this movie was gory and showed fetus (fetal) body parts, ‘untrue’. In fact, except for three scenes where there was some blood, it wasn’t graphic at all. In my opinion, it didn’t deserve an ‘R’ rating or being ‘black-balled’ by Hollywood or the media (refused to allow promotional advertisement of the movie on their network stations), although I realize their underlying motivation (and you will, also). It is extremely unlikely a Christian production company would ever produce a movie remotely close to an ‘R’ rating. If you want a clearer understanding, it’s a must watch movie.
April 8, 2019
Ok… that couple that makes $150k and says “at least they’re not in poverty level” makes me sick. Are you kidding me? They also seem DISAPPOINTED that they don’t get to b*tch about Trump anymore.
EVERYONE thought their taxes were going to be higher. WHY? Did anyone bother to ask them that?
And no, they didn’t do this to calm people down…they were hoping for the opposite:
December 26, 2017
Obamacare consultant Jonathan Gruber is at the mike Tuesday, testifying in front of the House Oversight Committee, answering for a series of what he calls “glib, thoughtless and sometimes downright insulting comments” he made concerning the health-care law.
The most recent and well-publicized of these are when Gruber was shown on tape saying the Affordable Care Act gamed the system in order to obtain passage and relied on the “stupidity of the American voter” and a “lack of transparency” to earn approval.
December 9, 2017
In 2016, The American Feminist published an article profiling former abortion workers. One worker, named Rhyan, worked at Planned Parenthood for four months, but quit because she became disgusted with the constant pressure put on her to sell abortions. She also saw that patients at Planned Parenthood were treated differently depending on their race.
Originally hired as an appointment scheduler, she quickly discovered her real job was talking as many women into abortions as possible. The American Feminist article states:Read
November 24, 2017
The late, great Nobel Laureate economist Milton Friedman said it best: “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.”
Friedman’s pithy proverb reminds us that there is also no “free health care.” It’s a timely reminder, as Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is making a public push for his “Medicare for All” bill.Read
November 6, 2017
After orchestrating a relentless campaign of deception about the law he designed, established liar Jonathan Gruber and his fellow propagandists have since made a series of admissions about Obamacare that undercut the mendacious sell-job he helped pioneer. Gruber stated privately, on several occasions, that his future analysis of the legal battle over state-based exchanges and subsidy eligibility would be dishonest, conceding the core argument of those anti-Obamacare lawsuits.Read
January 26, 2017
Six years ago, a deeply disturbing story emerged from a poor neighorhood in Philadelphia. In a horrific 261-page report, prosecutors accused abortionist Dr. Kermit Gosnell of delivering seven babies alive and then killing them by snipping their spines with scissors. He also allowed a woman who had survived 20 years as a refugee in Nepal to be incompetently overmedicated. She died at his clinic. Read
January 24, 2017
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) doesn’t seem to think America is that nice of a place when it comes to those who are poor and needy. During Dr. Tom Price’s (R-GA) congressional hearing, Sanders threw a very pointed question at Price revolving around how the U.S. government is the only first-world country that does not make healthcare a right. “The United States of America is the only country on Earth that does not guarantee healthcare to all people as a right,” said Sanders. “Canada does it. Every major country in Europe does it. Do you believe that healthcare is a right of all Americans whether they’re rich or they’re poor? Should people, because they are Americans, be able to go to the doctor when they need to? Be able to go into a hospital because they are Americans?” Read
January 22, 2017
Obamacare, the left’s grand attempt to create a national government-run health care system, has failed. They promised lower health insurance premiums, but delivered higher ones. They promised more choice and competition, but delivered less. They promised continuity and better access to care, but delivered disruption and dislocation. Despite promises that people could keep their plans and doctors, thousands of Americans were forced into more expensive insurance with higher deductibles and plans that didn’t include their doctors. After spending billions in tax dollars, Obamacare managed to increase the number of people with health insurance by much less than predicted—with over 80 percent of even that increase the result of simply enrolling more people in Medicaid. So far, the net growth in private health insurance has been only about 3 million people—or less than 1 percent of the population.Read
January 14, 2017
We all use aluminum foil in the kitchen, for cooking, and wrapping, and we often use it to treat some common ailments. Yet, a recent study has found that there are some important things we do not know about this kitchen staple.
According to medical experts, the exposure to this heavy metal might cause long- lasting adverse effects, including mental decline, and loss of balance, memory, coordination, and bodily control.Read
January 11, 2017
When you dig into the details of GOP legislative plans in the Congress to repeal the Obama health law and replace that system with something different, it doesn’t take long to find items deep in the fine print that could certainly ignite some controversy over how best to deal with health insurance coverage in the future.
January 8, 2017
the affected parties have visited numerous locations in the area. As ABC 15, 10 cases have been reported already, and that number may continue to rise. The outbreak stems from an initial case that was reported at the Eloy Detention Center, and additional cases popped up from that point. Cases have reportedly visited a diverse set of locations, including churches, graduation ceremonies, health care facilities, local stores and the Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino.Read
January 8, 2017
The archbishop of Toronto is given to deprecating himself as “just a simple country cardinal.” In my experience, though, Cardinal Thomas Collins is one of the premier leaders of the Catholic Church today. He’s a bishop of the New Evangelization who does a lot of his evangelical work retail: like treating potential seminarians to early morning pancakes at a greasy spoon—“but it’s a good greasy spoon”—a couple of blocks from his residence. Read
December 28, 2016
The HPV vaccine controversy has got many people confused. Here’s what you need to know.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is a very common virus that is transmitted via sexual contact.Read
December 28, 2016
Q: What is the starting point in the history of the American health care system?
A: The American health care system was born in the 1910s out of the so-called “Flexnerian reform” in medical education and the resulting licensing laws.
August 14, 2016
Health care in the U.S. has become a deeply partisan issue with Democrats wanting to continue with or expand the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, while Republicans tout their “repeal and replace” plan. But health care leaders have spoken out in favor of the Affordable Care Act.read
June 13, 2016
(LA Times) – A Federal judge ruled for House Republicans on Thursday in their suit against President Obama and declared his administration is unconstitutionally spending money to reimburse health insurers without obtaining an appropriation from Congress. The judge’s ruling, though a setback for the administration, was put on hold immediately and stands a good chance of being overturned on appeal. But the 38-page opinion highlights the repeated complaint from Republicans that Obama and his administration have ignored constitutional limits on their authority.
May 30, 2016
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. — A Florida man killed his wife earlier this week because he said he could no longer pay for her medication, according to authorities.
William Hager, 86, told the St. Lucie Countysheriff’s officials that his wife of more than 50 years was in poor health and pain. He said he could no longer afford to pay for Carolyn Hager’s medication, so he shot her in the head on Monday with a .32-caliber revolver as she slept.
He put the gun down, drank coffee and then contacted family members and told them that he killed the 78-year-old.read
May 29, 2016
May 29, 2016
May 29, 2016