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Tragedy of the Healthcare Commons: The Affordable Care Act contributes to an already unsustainable situation by D.W. MacKenzie

Recent difficulties with implementing the Affordable Care Act have increased opposition to the program. A majority of Americans now oppose it. Problems with the healthcare.gov website are in all likelihood temporary. However, there are serious long-term problems, particularly considering long-term finance and labor-supply issues. Give the mounting difficulties with and growing concerns about the ACA, it is […]

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FL Governor Rick Scott stands against the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. It violates the 1st, 4th, 10th and 14th Amendments. It infringes on the religious liberties of Americans and private business who do not wish to provide abortion services or contraception in their healthcare plans. These rights are protected under the 1st Amendment of the US Constitution. The Affordable Care […]

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POLL: Two-thirds Rank Candidates’ Healthcare Plans and COVID-19 Strategy ‘Very Important’ Factors in How They Plan to Vote

VIDEO: Don Jr. gives update on President Trump’s health exclusively on ‘Tucker.  Women More Likely Than Men to Rank Healthcare and COVID-19 Strategies as Priorities. Doctors and Nurses Say COVID-19 Response Influencing their Vote. NEW YORK, NY /PRNewswire/ — A new poll from WebMD finds that more than 67% of respondents rank the healthcare policies of […]

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Tax Cut Gains and Losses, Health Care Costs and the Tidal Wave Exodus from High Tax States

“To compel a man to subsidize with his taxes the propagation of ideas which he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical.” – Thomas Jefferson – Founding Father and U.S. President “I cannot undertake to lay my finger on that article of the Constitution which granted a right to Congress of expending, on objects of […]

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Medicare for All—No Care for You

Preview:  Democrat presidential candidates are sparring over how much to expand Medicare. Should it be Medicare for all, for people over 50 and children, or for “all who want it”? Does “all” include veterans, Native Americans, and military dependents, who now have their own government program? Does it include everybody who happens to be in […]

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Mayor Beth Van Duyne: Actions Speak Louder Than Words

As an open seat, following Kenny Marchant’s retirement announcement, the race for Texas’ 24th District is regarded by national pundits as quite competitive. Texas District 24 has traditionally been solid Republican territory, but Democrats are doing their best to turn it blue. Because of multiple Republican retirements, Nancy Pelosi dreams of expanding her House majority in […]

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Environmental Impacts of Renewable Energy Technologies

When it comes to generating electricity, it’s already given that renewable energy sources produce lesser amounts of global warming emissions than fossil fuel. By this reason, it has made renewable energy sources as a favored alternative. But, have you ever wondered about the harmful effects of renewable energy production and how a lot of us […]

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Hoaxes, Scams, and Your Medical Care

Preview: Hoaxes and scams have been dominating the news lately. We have a marginally known actor faking a hate crime supposedly to raise his Hollywood profile. The scandal about Hollywood and other elites buying their children’s way into top-rated universities really hit home. Now we continue to have a slew of healthcare hoaxes: corporate stakeholders, legislators, and government agencies […]

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Trump Really Does Have a Plan That’s Better Than Obamacare

“If the Supreme Court rules that Obamacare is out,” President Donald Trump said last week, “we’ll have a plan that is far better than Obamacare.” Democrats couldn’t believe their luck. They still were reeling from special counsel Robert Mueller’s finding that the Trump campaign neither conspired nor coordinated with Russian efforts to interfere in the 2016 elections. Now the president […]

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Thought Police (Oops, Medicare) For All

Preview:   The new Medicare for All bill (H.R. 1384) has come and hopefully will go the way of the pet rock. But as usual, bills contain hidden gems The focus on palliative care and lowering costs by reducing “aggressive” end-of-life treatment is one more incremental under-the-radar step along the road to government control over life […]

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13 reasons that “Medicare for All” will fail miserably!

In an article titled “Beyond ‘Bumper Sticker’ Slogans: 2020 Democrats Debate Details Of Medicare-For-All” Danielle Kurtzleben from National Public Radio reports: Bernie Sanders is back, but one of his signature policies never left. In 2015, he introduced Medicare-for-all to many Democrats for the first time. Since Sanders’ first run for president, that type of single-payer health care […]

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Why a Judge Ruled Obamacare Unconstitutional, and What Policymakers Should Do Next

A judge has declared Obamacare unconstitutional—but the case is far from over. U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor, a George W. Bush appointee, granted a motion for summary judgement in favor of 20 states led by Texas that had filed a lawsuit seeking to strike down the Affordable Care Act on Friday. Now that O’Connor has […]

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The Women’s March: Racist AND Tactically Stupid

Remember The Women’s March? This was the group that claimed it would unite women against the agenda of President Donald Trump. So far, they haven’t stopped much. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh won Senate support despite The Women’s March mob. Some of Planned Parenthood’s funding is at risk. And the Affordable Care Act’s abortion laws are […]