Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Press is Starting to Get It

The Press is Starting to Get It The failure of the website that was expected to fuel the Affordable Care Act, and the obvious lies the President was caught in has finally forced the Main Stream Media to challenge their … Continue reading

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The Over Educated and Under Experienced and Health Care

The Over Educated and Under Experienced and Health Care The following is an interchange between one of the architects of the Affordable Care Act and Chuck Todd of NBC. JONATHAN GRUBER, M.I.T.: “Let’s start with understanding that we’re not talking … Continue reading

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Where is the Media?

Where is the Media? One of the basic freedoms we enjoy in this country is the freedom of speech. Part of that freedom or in addition to that freedom is the freedom of the press. We expect the press to … Continue reading

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The Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act This is my opinion of what the Affordable Care Act is trying to do and how it is impacting the country. Elected empty suits with the help of appointed empty suits want everyone to have an … Continue reading

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Free Market and the Salary

Free Market and the Salary Apparently an alderman from Chicago feels that the hourly wage of the CEO of a major retail corporation shouldn’t be more per hour than the annual wage of an employee who works at the bottom … Continue reading

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Political Comments

Political Comments It has recently been announced that prominent local politicians have been accused of misappropriation of funds. Forgetting for the moment that the two terms are too closely related for us to come to any conclusions; Politicians and misappropriation … Continue reading

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Redistribution of Wealth Part 2

Redistribution of Wealth Part 2 Our society is made up of different groups of people. Some are hard working honest decent people who strive to live a good successful life (Group 1). Some are people who work hard to make … Continue reading

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Good Intentions vs. Results

Good Intentions vs. Results Some of us look for credit for our good intentions. Our motives are pure and selfless; therefore you must accept our intentions and give us credit regardless of the results. I observe that the young lady … Continue reading

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The Middle Aged Male and Health Care Reform

The Middle Aged Male and Health Care Reform Health care reform is a hot topic right now and for those of us who are approaching our more experienced years, have a vested interest in this debate. We’re far more well … Continue reading

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Redistribution of Wealth

Redistribution of Wealth For those of you who don’t understand the concept of Redistribution of Wealth, it’s the process where you Steal from the Rich and give to the Poor. Robin Hood used this process to create fairness and equity … Continue reading

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