Category: Healthcare

August 7, 2011

Oops. Time For Another Climate Fairy Tale…

James Taylor of Forbes has reported on new NASA data in an article titled “New NASA Data Blow Gaping Hold In Global Warming Alarmism“1. Basically it shows that all the climate models put forth by global warming (aka climate change) alarmists are faulty. For those inclined to read the underlying scientific paper titled “On the […]

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March 21, 2010

20 Ways ObamaCare Will Take Away Our Freedoms

Investor’s Business Daily1 has listed 20 examples of how ObamaCare will take away freedom of choice for Americans. A shortened version: 1. It will cost $750 annually to go without health insurance, even if you are young and healthy. (Section 1501) 2. You won’t be able to get health insurance premiums that reflect your (presumably […]

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February 13, 2010

The (R)’s Are Coming! — But The Congressional Credit Card Is Safe!

In yet another act of “unprecedented transparency”1, the Democrats have driven a bill through Congress that has now been signed by Obama (D) to raise the Congressional Credit Card limit to a staggering $14.294 TRILLION without the benefit of CSPAN capturing a single second of the closed door discussions.2 The vote in the Senate was […]

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December 2, 2009

Estimating the Cost of ObamaCare: $6 Trillion And Counting

Michael F. Cannon of the CATO Institute1 has provided some interesting metrics for estimating the real cost of ObamaCare.Movie Carol (2015) The issue is that while the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) evaluates the cost of ObamaCare at some $1 trillion, give or take, it is restricting itself to the impact to the Federal budget, and […]

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November 20, 2009

This One Sums It Up Pretty Well

Obamacare The Efficiency of the Postal Service The Sustainability of Social Security and all the Compassion of the IRS (No further comment) © 2009, Pontificus. All rights reserved.

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November 12, 2009

Some Interesting Facts on Government Run Healthcare

Government can run healthcare best, right? Afterall, with Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid they’ve had plenty of time to learn from past successes and failures, and not repeat them again, right? Regardless of your personal opinion, the following video should provide plenty of additional facts to go with the discussion. Source for the video is […]

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November 10, 2009

Bill Owens (D-NY): Record for breaking campaign promises

How fast can campaign promises be broken? © 2009, Pontificus. All rights reserved.

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November 8, 2009

House passes healthcare act – paid for with the Congressional credit card

Pelosi on November 7, 2009 This is the day that Madam Speaker will likely cherish for years to come. Against many odds she was able to pass the healthcare act that some were saying might be delayed into next year, or might not be passed at all. It’s a significant achievement, even in a setting […]

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