Apr 18 2014

77-year-old James Dobson beats up 53-year-old Barack Obama…in court.

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Christian radio broadcaster James Dobson has won a temporary injunction preventing the federal government from requiring his ministry to include the morning-after pill and other emergency contraception in its health insurance.

A federal judge in Denver issued the injunction Thursday.

Dobson sued in December, saying the Affordable Care Act mandate to provide the contraception violates the religious beliefs of his Colorado Springs-based ministry, called Family Talk.

The U.S. Supreme Court is considering similar challenges from Hobby Lobby and other employers.

Dobson is founder and president of Family Talk, which has a nationally syndicated radio show, newsletter and website. The lawsuit says the ministry has 28 full-time employees.

Read the full story at FoxNews.com.

James Dobson has been the scourge of anti-god, anti-family Liberals for over 3 decades. They have over that time used every dirty trick in the book to silence him and his ministry Focus on the Family. He retired from FOTF a few years ago and now has a more low-key radio program, but is still able to put a cocklebur under Liberals’ saddle.


Apr 17 2014

They are spinning in their graves…

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Apr 16 2014

Ted Cruz…

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Apr 16 2014

Yes, children, all free today…

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Apr 16 2014

Dr. NSA…

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Apr 15 2014

A million or more ObamaCare enrollees are expected to default

BETSY MCCAUGHEY, PH.D., is a constitutional scholar with a Ph.D. from Columbia University, a patient advocate and health policy expert, and a former Lt. Governor of New York state.

BETSY MCCAUGHEY, PH.D., is a constitutional scholar with a Ph.D. from Columbia University, a patient advocate and health policy expert, and a former Lt. Governor of New York state.

A leading Obamacare critic sees trouble ahead for people who signed up for health insurance on the new government exchanges.

First, even the insurance companies that issue the plans are worried about “public pushback” from rising insurance premiums, Betsey McCaughey, the former lieutenant governor of New York and author of the book “Beating Obamacare,” told Fox News’s Neil Cavuto on Monday.

“That’s only part of the bad news,” she said. “You’re also going to see a million people or more default. In other words, they have paid their first premium, but when they discover what it really means to have a $3,000 or $5,000 deductible on their plan, they go to their doctor again and again and have to pay full freight, even though they’re paying a premium, they’re going to stop paying their premium.

“Another big problem ahead is the 25 million to 30 million people who currently get on-the-job coverage are going to lose it in the coming months, when their employers realize that they’re not going to be able to renew those old plans and they’re stuck between the very costly Obamacare plans or sending their workers and their families on to the exchanges.

“And finally you are going to hear a lot of desperation from cancer patients when they discover these Obamacare exchange — Obamacare exchange plans won`t let them go to any specialty cancer hospitals, even though the data show that, for example, women with ovarian cancer live longer when they`re treated at a high-volume cancer hospital.”

According to McCaughey, the CEOs of Aetna and CareFirst-Blue Cross/Blue Shield have warned about double- and even triple-digit premium increases in the next few months.

Read the full story at CNSNews.com.


Apr 14 2014

Why indeed…

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Apr 11 2014

IRS prepares to go after ObamaCare mandate fines…bend over and cough

rectal-exam irs 500With the ObamaCare enrollment deadline in the rearview for most, the IRS is preparing for the next step — tracking and penalizing those who choose not, or cannot afford, to buy approved health insurance.

How aggressive the agency will be in pursuing those fines, though, is an open question. The IRS already is under fire over last year’s political targeting scandal and talk of harsh fines on the millions who still do not have insurance is a touchy subject in an election year.

The agency says it is still drafting final tax forms and hiring staff to carry out the task, and is offering some details about how it will collect the penalties.

For most, the penalty will not apply until early next year. Those who failed to purchase insurance by the March 31, 2014, deadline — and are not exempt, or did not get an extension — must inform the government on their tax forms in early 2015.

 Read the full article at FoxNews.com.


Apr 11 2014

The Charts Obama Doesn’t Want You to See (so whatever you do, don’t click this to see them)

CP-Obamacare-in-Pictures-15_600Talking about Obamacare’s effects is one thing; seeing hard data is another.

Heritage’s newly updated Obamacare in Pictures has 15 charts that show the law’s effects on Americans—from canceled insurance policies to new taxes, Medicare cuts, reduced choice for plans, and more.

Read the full article at The Foundry.

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To see all the graphics go to http://www.heritage.org/research/projects/obamacare/obamacare-in-pictures

 


Apr 9 2014

Me either…

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Apr 8 2014

Other People’s Money…

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Apr 7 2014

Yes, there are Death Panels…

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Apr 5 2014

Maryland ObamaCare Exchange: 60,000 enrolled. 73,000 lose insurance.

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The head of the Maryland Health Insurance Exchange testified Thursday before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee that only 60,000 people have signed up for Obamacare through the state’s exchange – 13,000 less than the number of individuals reported to lose their insurance due to Obamacare.

“According to our reports, according to AP, press accounts, 73,000 individuals in Maryland were going to lose their insurance because of the Affordable Care Act, and what you’re telling me is your revised goal is approximately the same number – 75,000. So your revised goal of people you’re gonna sign up is: We’re gonna sign up the people who were kicked off of the Affordable Care Act,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) said.

On Nov. 4, 2013, the Baltimore Sun reported: “About 73,000 policy holders around the state will lose their insurance in coming months because nine insurance companies are dropping some health plans that were not grandfathered under the Affordable Care Act, the Maryland Insurance Administration confirmed Monday.”

Joshua Sharfstein, chair of the Maryland Health Benefit Exchangetook issue with Jordan’s comparison of those who would lose insurance due to Obamacare to the number of Obamacare enrollees.

“You’re comparing apples and oranges with all due respect,” Sharfstein said.

Read the full article at CNSNews.com.


Apr 4 2014

Dr. Ben Carson’s Seven Principles for Alternative to Obamacare

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Dr. Ben Carson put forward seven principles today that he says will guide him as he develops the conservative alternative to Obamacare.

Carson is chairman of the American Legacy PAC’s “Save Our Healthcare Project” and former director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Here are the principles, as reported by The Daily Caller:

  • Our health is the most personal and important thing we possess, therefore its care must be under our control.
  • Centralization and bureaucracy are the antithesis of personalization, and only discourage choice and innovation.
  • Large-scale change should not be imposed from above. Instead, we must have the freedom to choose what is best for our families and build on proven successes.
  • Advancing technology and innovation can reduce costs and increase efficiency but every individual must always own and control their personal medical information.
  • States should have maximum flexibility to design the programs that serve their citizens.
  • Employers and individuals purchasing health insurance must always be free to buy coverage and benefits consistent with their moral and religious beliefs.
  • Physicians are the backbone of our healthcare system and deserve to practice in an environment free of unnecessary, frivolous and costly lawsuits.

 


Apr 4 2014

Bull’s Eye!…

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