America needs two way border security. It will save American lives and American dollars. Most people think of border security for keeping bad people from entering the U. S. A. That is important. The recent murder of a police officer in California by an illegal alien during a traffic stop is good evidence of that. […]
About Woodrow Wilcox
For most of his life, Woodrow Wilcox has worked in journalism, sales, and entertainment.
He was a regular columnist for LABOR NEWS until the publisher retired and stopped publishing. One of his cousins was the vice president of the CIO when it merged with the AFL to form the AFL-CIO. His grandfather was a labor union organizer and the first president of the labor union local that he helped to organize. One of his cousins was the vice president of a local of Teamsters in Indianapolis. Woodrow Wilcox was an organizing “point man” on one labor union organizing drive. Wilcox and all his labor union relatives have been pro-life. The last article by Wilcox which was published by LABOR NEWS was “Pro-Labor Should Mean Pro-Life!” He sent that article to other publications, too. He believes that it is still online.
Since 2003, Wilcox has been the senior medical bill case worker at a major insurance agency in northwest Indiana. He started writing a column about the problems that senior citizens face with Medicare, the Veterans Administration, rising property taxes, and other senior issues. At the insurance agency, he saved senior citizen clients over a million dollars in seven and a half years by investigating and correcting medical bill errors that were caused by mistakes in the Medicare system. In 2012, he published the book SOLVING MEDICARE PROBLEM$ (www.solvingmedicareproblems.com) to teach others how to help senior citizens with Medicare related medical bill problems. In May 2014, he launched the website www.ObamacareHurtsSeniors.com to teach people how bad that law is for senior citizens.
Entries by Woodrow Wilcox
I work at a major insurance agency in Indiana. On July 24, 2014, I phoned a major insurance company in Indiana to tell them that one of our clients had died and to request that the automatic bank draft for premium be cancelled. It was while working on this task that I learned that the […]
On June 25, 2014, I spent an hour on the phone with our client and Medicare to get Medicare to correct its erroneous records about our client. The client is from Valparaiso, Indiana. We spoke to three Medicare representatives at three offices. The client is a victim of the Obamacare law (a.k.a. “Affordable Care Act”). […]