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Kathleen Sebelius resigns amidst Obamacare fail


Kathleen Sebelius resigns as Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS). President Barack Obama will announce the resignation of Sebelius and the appointment of Sylvia Mathews Burwell Friday morning, though it’s been reported that Sebelius offered her resignation earlier this week. Sebelius oversaw the disaster of the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and is associated with its ...

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Release of Medicare information reveals corruption in government health system


The release of information in the Medicare claims database could be the next big thing in the realm of patients’ rights. While Big Medicine operatives contested the release of the information, opening the records has already shed light on misappropriation of money and political favoritism. The Medicare claims database is a collection of organized data displaying what physicians or health ...

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USDA Pushes Propaganda on the Grandparents of America


USDA Food Pyramid or “Food Push”? As part of the Obama administration’s push to tell you what you and your family should eat, the USDA posted a short article on their blog yesterday directed towards grandparents. The message? Grandparents of America, you don’t know how to spend time with your grandchildren… so we’re going to tell you how! null As ...

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Problems with Obamacare Extends Deadline AGAIN

It was announced today that the Obama administration has granted yet another deadline date for those being forced to enroll in Obamacare. Anyone that has begun the process of applying for health care but hasn’t completed his or her application by Monday is eligible for an extension, marking the last March 31st deadline futile. The problems with Obamacare extend even ...

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Deadly Ebola Virus Spreads to North America


A man in Canada is being quarantined in critical condition with Ebola-like symptoms. There has been an outbreak of Zaire ebolavirus in the West African country of Guinea, killing a confirmed 29 and suspected 60 people. Meanwhile, five people have died in what are suspected cases of Zaire ebolavirus in neighboring Liberia, from which the Canadian man had recently returned. ...

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Religious Freedom goes to Court


Today two cases will be presented in front of the Supreme Court that could have lasting impacts on the future of religious freedom in America. Privately owned businesses Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. are suing the United States based on their objections on being forced to provide immoral contraception methods through their insurance plans. Provisions in Obamacare mandate ...

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