Archived Facts

Posts Tagged ‘Party’

Tell the Tea Party to Take a Seat!
The Tea Party Republicans, led by Senator Ted Cruz, were able to close the doors of Congress, over their disagreement with the Affordable Care Act; a law that will provide health care for millions of Americans who have been living their lives in fear …
Read more on Huffington Post

Health care Unhealthy amount of uncertainty?
Clearly, the nation remains deeply divided on the pros and cons of the complicated new regulations known as Obamacare. But in the Monadnock region, one thing is clear. … He has no health insurance. He sees us when he has to and he's always come in …
Read more on Monadnock Ledger Transcript

Employees, employers will have more options on insurance coverage starting
And that means you're in the dark about a key part of the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, the federal law designed to reform health insurance. …. “A true analysis would look at all of the pros and cons, and it's going to be pretty close. A lot of …
Read more on Las Vegas Review-Journal

Related Posts:

Our Miss Brooks is an American situation comedy starring Eve Arden as a sardonic high school English teacher. It began as a radio show broadcast from 1948 to 1957. When the show was adapted to television (1952–56), it became one of the medium’s earliest hits. In 1956, the sitcom was adapted for big screen in the film of the same name. Connie (Constance) Brooks (Eve Arden), an English teacher at fictional Madison High School. Osgood Conklin (Gale Gordon), blustery, gruff, crooked and unsympathetic Madison High principal, a near-constant pain to his faculty and students. (Conklin was played by Joseph Forte in the show’s first episode; Gordon succeeded him for the rest of the series’ run.) Occasionally Conklin would rig competitions at the school–such as that for prom queen–so that his daughter Harriet would win. Walter Denton (Richard Crenna, billed at the time as Dick Crenna), a Madison High student, well-intentioned and clumsy, with a nasally high, cracking voice, often driving Miss Brooks (his self-professed favorite teacher) to school in a broken-down jalopy. Miss Brooks’ references to her own usually-in-the-shop car became one of the show’s running gags. Philip Boynton (Jeff Chandler on radio, billed sometimes under his birth name Ira Grossel); Robert Rockwell on both radio and television), Madison High biology teacher, the shy and often clueless object of Miss Brooks’ affections. Margaret Davis (Jane Morgan), Miss Brooks’ absentminded landlady, whose two trademarks
Video Rating: 2 / 5

Related Posts:

GOP Healthcare Strategy REVEALED: When you don’t have the facts or the law on your side, scream the word TAXES! Republican strategy to stifle authentic analysis of US healthcare issue among its membership is demonstrated in this video from July 7 in San Diego. Warning: This video may be disturbing if unchallenged acceptance of illogical premises, incoherent garble, or distorted reasoning offends you. Can we get Palin to translate? Featuring San Diego Republican congressman and former lobbyist Brian Bilbray, the author of a bill to allow Mitt Romney and his billionaire corporate buddies to launder money from offshore bank accounts into their US bank accounts TAX FREE! With special Palin-ized garble from right-wing talk radio pundit Gina Loudon and anti-healthcare congressional candidate Nick Popaditch. FIGHT BACK! If you care, you must share. Tweet #TeaWatch – Join conversations: Facebook/MuchBetterChoices, Twitter: @Much_Better. Thank you for caring!
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Incoming search terms:

Related Posts:

“Taxes” mantra at San Diego Tea Party Rally reveals Republican strategy to stifle authentic analysis of US healthcare issue among its membership. GOP Healthcare Strategy: When you don’t have the facts or the law on your side, scream the word “taxes”. Warning: This video may be disturbing if unchallenged acceptance of illogical premises, incoherent garble, or distorted reasoning offends you. Can we get Palin to translate? Featuring San Diego Republican congressman and former lobbyist Brian Bilbray, the author of a bill to allow Mitt Romney and his billionaire corporate buddies to launder money from offshore bank accounts into their US bank accounts TAX FREE! With special Palin-ized garble from right-wing talk radio pundit Gina Loudon and anti-healthcare congressional candidate Nick Popaditch. San Diego Tea Party Rally against healthcare reveals hypocrisy in this “highlight” video from 7/7/2012 . Tweet #TeaWatch – Join conversations: Facebook/MuchBetterChoices, Twitter: @Much_Better. FIGHT BACK! Please share, Thank you!

Related Posts:

NC Rep. Kissell bucks Democratic party with Holder, health care votes
Democratic U.S. Rep. Larry Kissell, whose rural North Carolina district has become even more Republican, is bucking his party again in two high-profile congressional votes.
Read more on Kansas City Star

Minnesota newspaper publisher: Health care law a snoozer
As I was perusing a statewide website, I saw lots of stuff about the health care law following the U.
Read more on Minneapolis Star Tribune

Health-Care Advocates: Do You Need One?
To help navigate the health-care world, patients are increasingly turning to health advocates to smooth the process.
Read more on Fox Business

Related Posts:

CLARIFICATION: I do not support Obamcare. I support single payer. Any time now we’ll find out what the Supreme Court thinks about the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare. The only reason they’re even involved is because Republicans said that Obamacare is “unconstitutional” and challenged it in lower courts. Funny how the Supreme Court isn’t talking about the death panels that would pull the plug on grandma though, isn’t it? Remember people like Sarah Palin and Chuck Grassley lying their asses off to scare people shitless, especially seniors, about all that? Way back in 1989, the Heritage Foundation, a highly conservative right wing group, wrote a brief called “Assuring Affordable Health Care for All Americans” which included an individual mandate (sound familiar?) to counter the single-payer European style system the Democrats were working on. The Heritage Plan was introduced as legislation in 1993, sponsored by about 20 Republicans including Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, and Bob Dole, who was Senate Minority Leader at the time. About 10 years later, Senator Ron Wyden, a Democrat from Oregon, began building a proposal based on the individual mandate, and got the support of over eighty members of the Senate. In 2006, he unveiled the Healthy Americans Act. But as soon as a black man in the White House with a Muslim sounding name introduced it, it became as un-American as socialist apple pie. So now we have Obamacare, a Republican
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Incoming search terms:

Related Posts:

Produced by Obama Files web.me.com Obama Was a Member of the Socialist New Party in 1996 In 2008 after the Democratic Party crowned Obama savior of the country and put Hillary Clinton on the back burner to simmer, a little known columnist named Stanley Kurtz began making some startling claims about Obama’s past. That he had extensive associations with ACORN. That he had been connected with ACORN’s front group, the Socialist New Party in 1996. That he served on Leftist foundations with a man that had bragged about being a domestic terrorist in the 1960s, one Bill Ayers. Of course in 2008 most of us had never heard of ACORN. Most of us never heard of Bill Ayers. Most of us knew that socialism had been tried and had failed many times and figured no one in their right mind would try to foist this discredited political system on America. Or so we thought. Obama, of course, as he does with all his enemies, began an ad hominem attack on Kurtz, using his Fight the Smears website to call Kurtz a “right wing hatchet man and conspiracy theorist,” and denied any connection to the New Party, ACORN, or Ayers (we all remember the “just a guy in my neighborhood” comment). Factcheck.org checked Obama’s facts, Media Matters said everything that matters, the mainstream media went on their merry way, and Stanley Kurtz disappeared Or so Obama thought. Kurtz went on to write Radical-in-Chief, detailing Obama’s extensive ties to the New Party, ACORN, Ayers, and a host of other radicals and
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Incoming search terms:

Related Posts:

PLEASE HELP US SHARE THIS VIDEO. On March 16, 2010, 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 & Bailey’s actual circus. The protestors 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 0-billion over the next ten 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. THE PROPOSAL The healthcare reform proposal being advanced in congress, while imperfect, would bring long overdue changes to a broken system. Far from being rushed, the proposals that make up this reform have been debated for years, and this congress has been working on a bill for many months. It’s time for an up or down vote on reform. The proposal will expand healthcare access to over 30-million uninsured Americans, make healthcare more affordable for everyone, hold insurance companies more accountable, end discrimination against Americans with pre-existing conditions, and help stabilize our budget and economy by reducing the deficit by over
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Related Posts:

PLEASE HELP US SHARE THIS VIDEO. On March 16, 2010, 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 & Bailey’s actual circus. The protestors 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 0-billion over the next ten 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. THE PROPOSAL The healthcare reform proposal being advanced in congress, while imperfect, would bring long overdue changes to a broken system. Far from being rushed, the proposals that make up this reform have been debated for years, and this congress has been working on a bill for many months. It’s time for an up or down vote on reform. The proposal will expand healthcare access to over 30-million uninsured Americans, make healthcare more affordable for everyone, hold insurance companies more accountable, end discrimination against Americans with pre-existing conditions, and help stabilize our budget and economy by reducing the deficit by over

Related Posts:

PLEASE HELP US SHARE THIS VIDEO. On March 16, 2010, 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 & Bailey’s actual circus. The protestors 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 0-billion over the next ten 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. THE PROPOSAL The healthcare reform proposal being advanced in congress, while imperfect, would bring long overdue changes to a broken system. Far from being rushed, the proposals that make up this reform have been debated for years, and this congress has been working on a bill for many months. It’s time for an up or down vote on reform. The proposal will expand healthcare access to over 30-million uninsured Americans, make healthcare more affordable for everyone, hold insurance companies more accountable, end discrimination against Americans with pre-existing conditions, and help stabilize our budget and economy by reducing the deficit by over

Related Posts: