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A Picture of Charlotte Gilbert Charlotte Gilbert
11/19/2013

Obama’s Obamacare Fix is Sugar-Coated Manure

Frankly, I’m sick of the dishonesties that gush from President Obama’s mouth. Last week, he promised an “administrative fix” for Obamacare, which was nothing more than an attempt to revive his tanking poll numbers, protect at-risk Democrats up for reelection in 2014, and deflect blame to insurance companies. Obama doesn’t care that his “administrative fix” won’t fix anything. What he... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
07/31/2013

How ObamaCare Hurts Patients

The 340B program was meant to help about 90 hospitals buy drugs to treat the poor. Now 1,675 hospitals qualify. President Obama promised to mend the failings in the American health-care system, and yet for cancer treatment, ObamaCare is taking a rotten feature of the old system and making it worse. The Affordable Care Act expands a program called 340B,... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
05/23/2013

50% Want Their Old Health Care Back

Majorities of American voters say their family will be worse off under the Affordable Care Act, and think it would be better to go back to the pre-ObamaCare health care system.A Fox News poll released Wednesday finds that while 26 percent of voters say their health care situation will be better under the new law, twice as many — 53... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
05/23/2013

Healthcare vs. Science Fiction

Walter Russell Mead outlines two possible futures for middle-class Americans: one where most of us lose “the race against the machine,” the other where smart government policies enable an eventual successful transition to an economy where IT and robots do a shockingly large percentage of the jobs humans do today — but the carbon-based life forms still have plenty of... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
04/19/2013

Obamacare is Crippling America

Welfare Reform and Obamacare have slowly and methodically crippled America and with each passing day is chipping away at the freedoms granted to us in the Constitution of the United States. Welfare Reform The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (PRWORA) mandated that every state must add a workforce development component to its welfare system. This mandate... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
04/19/2013

Socialism, Obamacare and America

The American government has been at the forefront of ensuring access to affordable health services to all United States citizens. The American  health care benefits can be seen through the provision of different health care programs such as Medicaid, Medicare and now, Obamacare. However, this strategy has faced sharp criticisms with critics arguing that the health insurance mandate propagates the... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
04/10/2013

How to Handle Obamacare’s Suffocating Insurance Costs

The best way to understand the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is to realize that it confers large benefits on some people and imposes large costs on others. If you are one of the ones who will qualify for expanded Medicaid, you will get something for nothing. Although there are quality issues and access problems, including rationing by waiting, Medicaid will... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
04/04/2013

Aetna Insurance Seeks To Avoid Obamacare Rules Next Year

WASHINGTON — One of the largest health insurance companies in the United States is advising insurance brokers on how to evade new mandates and benefits set to take effect next year under President Barack Obama’s health care reform law. In an email sent to brokers, the insurance giant Aetna explains how they can renew customers’ current health plans before Jan.... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
04/02/2013

South Carolina One Step Closer to Nullifying ObamaCare

South Carolina is one step closer to nullifying ObamaCare within the borders of the Palmetto State. The Constitutional Law Subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee passed H3101, the Freedom of Health Care Protection Act. Within days the bill will be heard by the full Judiciary Committee of the state House of Representatives. In an exclusive interview with The New American,... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
03/26/2013

Obamacare Forces Good Physicians to Quit

Last week, politicians who helped craft the Affordable Care Act (ACA) celebrated in self-congratulatory style the third anniversary of that monstrosity which will soon extinguish health care as we’ve known it. The president’s promises about the ACA saving money and allowing you to keep your existing health plan are proving false, as many predicted. The Department of Health and Human... Read Full Article

A Picture of Charlotte Gilbert Charlotte Gilbert
03/20/2013

Obamacare “Do You Qualify” Flow Chart

Update: You might bet better off just calling to speak with an agent direct about what your options for healthcare might be outside of open-enrollment. Because you are out of the open-enrollment period for Obamacare, this means that you have two options for health insurance currently if it is not offered by your employer. You can obtain healthcare under the... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
03/13/2013

Obamacare’s Medicaid Trap

While Members of Congress are arguing about defunding parts of Obamacare, the rubber is meeting the road in the states. Governors and state legislatures are sweating decisions about setting up government health care exchanges and expanding the Medicaid program. While the offer of additional federal money for Medicaid is tempting for many governors and legislatures, it is a trap. And... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
03/13/2013

Obamacare is Dividing the United States

As the experiment for transforming the American health care system ensues, consumers face the potential for a disastrous outcome on October 1, when the marketplaces are supposed to be up and running. As of a few weeks ago, the states were evenly split as to whether they will establish their own marketplace, or whether they will defer to the federal... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
03/10/2013

Limits to Obamacare Costs Revealed

The health world has been buzzing about “Bitter Pill,” a blockbuster article by journalist Steven Brill that took up an entire issue of Time magazine. The article explains how every component in the system conspires to stick patients with outlandish bills, especially the uninsured, who are charged the highest prices of all. Brill’s findings point out the limits to Obamacare.... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
03/06/2013

No Medicaid Expansion!

Medicare Trustee Cautions States on Obamacare Medicaid Expansion Mercatus Center report advises against full expansion Jason Hart Medicare Board of Trustees member Charles Blahous released a Mercatus Center report on March 5 recommending states take advantage of the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 2012 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) ruling by mostly rejecting the law’s Medicaid expansion. Blahous concluded... Read Full Article

A Picture of Abby Coleman Abby Coleman
11/26/2012

ObamaCare Faces the Implementation Iceberg

Defenders of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, can be forgiven for some post-election triumphalism. But their joy is likely to be short lived. Because the law put off implementation of most key provisions until after the 2012 election, voters cast their ballots on November 6 without knowing what Obamacare’s true effect will be on their tax... Read Full Article

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