Archive for June, 2010
vtda.info On March 16, Tea Partiers from around the country gathered (in disappointing numbers) in front of the Capitol building for their final protest against health care reform. Also in town, appropriately, was Barnum & Baileys actual circus. The protesters voiced their usual conspiratorial concerns about healthcare reform: that it was a government takeover and more government, of course, equals less freedom; that it would euthanize seniors too expensive to treat; and that the bill would sink the nation into irrecoverable debt, despite its actually reducing the deficit by more than $100-billion over the next 10 years. Averse to facts, no one interviewed was able to cite evidence for their false beliefs about the reform proposal, and instead suggested we seek the truth from Glenn Beck and Fox News. This New Left Media film was produced and edited by Chase Whiteside (interviews) and Erick Stoll (camera).
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H.R. 3200: Sec 246 claims “nothing in this subtitle shall allow Federal payments for affordability credits on behalf of individuals who are not lawfully present in the United States.” 3. The Government Health Agency will have Unlimited …
India’s Fortis Healthcare unveiled a general offer to buy shares in Singapore hospital operator Parkway Holdings for S$3.80 a share.
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India’s Fortis Makes $3.1 Billion Offer for Parkway
All you need to know about Dr. Donald Berwick, President Obama’s choice to head the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, is summed up in the nominee’s own words. At the 60thanniversary celebration of Britain’s socialized National …
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Want worse health care? Try British model | Washington Examiner
King has been steadfast in his efforts to repeal federal health care reform legislation passed earlier this year. He has called 100 percent repeal the “only option for patriots,” and when several Republican lawmakers publicly questioned …
(March,29,2010)Alex talks with Idaho Republican Rep. Phil Hart about his bill to limit the use of naked body scanners in the state. Hart’s bill passed 58-9 earlier this month. Harts bill would require the Idaho Department of Homeland Security to prove the scanners arent detrimental to health before any machine is allowed to operate in the state. Alex also covers the latest news and takes your calls.
www.MarkFiore.com See what’s in store for the USA’s health care reform plan. Just what do these health care reformers want, anyway? Why can’t we just have things stay the way they are and let good ol’ American profit sort things out? A Mark Fiore political animation.
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