The Supreme Court victory for AHC might seem like exciting news, but for some, it’s no cause for celebration
Our elected representatives have taken to the airwaves to proclaim they are extremely concerned with the fate of discarded fetal tissue; the fate of the health of poor women? Not so much
Once upon a time, not so long ago, in an attempt to sell government takeover of the nation's healthcare system, Barack Obama played the role of serial liar.
Published just this past Monday, U.S. News & World Report highlights two responses from aging Americans who took the Harris Interactive/HealthDay survey. First, two-thirds are anxious about long-term health care costs. Second, most are unaware of which costs are covered and how insurance (and Obamacare) fits into the puzzle.
America's health care system is crumbling. Costs are skyrocketing to the point where employers are now forced to simply fire people in order to avoid the enormous financial burden of paying for their health care. Obamacare was sold to the nation as a way to make health care "affordable," but the reality is that it only strengthened and emboldened the pharmaceutical monopoly that has hijacked health care and turned the whole system into a "disease management profit center."
Walgreens and the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association have launched a nationwide campaign to educate the uninsured about how to obtain health care benefits.
We can’t speak to the truth of these allegations against Wells Fargo, but what we do know is that the timing of this man’s firing couldn’t have been more cruel.
The American people are angry. They are angry that they are being forced to live through the worst recession in our lifetimes - with sky-high unemployment, with millions of people losing their homes and their life savings.
The Truth About the Health Care Bills
In 1776, Dr. Benjamin Rush, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, foretold a grim scenario that has now taken shape right before our eyes.