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Candidate Clinton?

What an interesting week it has been in politics. First, last week's stunning defeat of Virginia's Eric Cantor, who lost to an unknown Tea Party candidate. Then the admission on the heels of the Romney summit in Utah that there is a division within the Republican Party and no clear [...]

2014-06-18T04:44:31+00:00June 18, 2014|General Interest|0 Comments

We need a Choice, not an Echo

The title for this post is the title of a book conservative author and media personality, Phyllis Schlafly, self published in her battle over the Equal Rights Amendment. Back then, she was worried that government regulation would rob women of their choice to stay home as housewives and mothers. It [...]

2014-02-26T13:22:45+00:00February 24, 2014|General Interest|0 Comments

House Passes 1.1 Trillion Dollar Spending Bill / New York Times

In Defeat for Tea Party, House Passes $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill By JONATHAN WEISMANJAN. 15, 2014   Launch media viewer Speaker John A. Boehner on Wednesday after the vote on a spending bill that left some conservative groups fuming. J. Scott Applewhite/Associated Press WASHINGTON — The House voted overwhelmingly on Wednesday, 359 to [...]

2014-01-16T16:42:25+00:00January 16, 2014|General Interest|0 Comments

Explaining Obamcare to Kids

From • Most people who currently have health insurance can keep it. • Young adults can stay on their parents plan until 26. • If you don’t have coverage, you can use the new Health Insurance Marketplace to buy a private insurance plan. • Open enrollment in the Health Insurance Marketplace [...]

2013-11-19T15:35:07+00:00November 19, 2013|Civics for Kids|0 Comments

A Show with No End?

Americans care less and less about politics. They're tired of all of it. Unless, you were heading to a National Monument, you might not have even noticed the Shutdown. Today, the headlines are all about the end of the Debt Drama. About the fact that the debt ceiling just inched [...]

2013-10-17T16:35:36+00:00October 16, 2013|General Interest|0 Comments

Click here for headlines

Can it be stopped? 8 answers on Obamacare and the shutdown By Z. Byron Wolf, CNN Washington (CNN) -- Over the next few days, the drama of a potential government shutdown will collide with the promise of a new health insurance system known as Obamacare. Here are answers to eight of the most [...]

2013-09-24T22:22:39+00:00September 24, 2013|The Daily Dose|0 Comments

The First Mom’s Push on Obamacare

This is an interesting article from the Washington Post on how Michelle Obama is getting ready to roll out a media campaign urging young people to sign up for health insurance under Obamacare. I love that her previous focus has been on organic, fresh food and that she has overseen [...]

2013-07-11T14:38:03+00:00July 10, 2013|General Interest|0 Comments

The Wake Up Call on Obamacare

According to Kaiser, health care spending continues to be lower than it has been in years. The question is why? Maybe it's because in a tight economy, Americans hold fast to their dollars, including their healthcare dollars. But maybe it is the sense that Americans may be shouldering more of [...]

2013-07-11T20:21:07+00:00July 9, 2013|General Interest|0 Comments
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