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Obamacare Success: Half of Georgia’s Insurance Enrollees Fail to Make Monthly Payment

Mac SlavoSHTFPlan.com  The Obama administration has stated unequivocally that the debate concerning whether or not the Patient Affordable Care Act has been a success is over. They’ve won the argument and its evidenced by the tens of thousands of Americans who have signed up on exchanges across the country. Here’s a small glimpse into just how successful […] Continue reading →

Republicans in NC’s Senate race trade few hits

 The candidate in North Carolina’s Republican Senate primary with backing from the party’s Washington establishment came under little direct criticism Tuesday night as his top rivals had their first real chance to challenge him face to face. Thom Tillis, the speaker of the North Carolina House, defended his legislative record while tea party favorite Greg […] Continue reading →

ACA Does Not Help the Nation’s Poor!

Harry R. Jackson, Jr  My mother passed away just before Easter of this year. During her last five months, she made six trips to the emergency room. Her journey from failing health to death gave our family an opportunity to observe, first hand, the positives and negatives of our transitioning healthcare system. Essie Jackson was […] Continue reading →

Lingering questions about unpaid ObamaCare premiums

It remains a national embarrassment that the Administration refuses to release the actual number of paid and valid ObamaCare insurance policies.  Policies are not valid if the initial premium is not paid.  The Obama Administration deals only in the vague abstract of “enrollments,” a measure that has included everything from incomplete online shopping-cart data to unpaid policies […] Continue reading →

Extreme Levels” Of Herbicide Roundup Found In Food

Environmental Working Group – by Emily Cassidy  A new study led by scientists from the Arctic University of Norway has detected “extreme levels” of Roundup, the agricultural herbicide manufactured by Monsanto, in genetically engineered soy. The study, coming out in June’s issue of Food Chemistry and available online, looked at 31 different soybean plants on Iowa […] Continue reading →

Composing Only 5% of the World Population, Americans Take 50% of All Pharmaceutical Drugs

While Americans comprise only 5 percent of the world population, we consume an incredible 50 percent of Big Pharma’s drugs, as explained in Jeff Hays’ documentary film, Doctored. Make no mistake.  These drugs are meant to keep us imprisoned in poor health, not heal us. It’s time to kick the drug habit America. Tell the drug pushers – Merck, Pfizer, […] Continue reading →

Obamacare enrollees urged to change passwords over Heartbleed bug

 Americans with accounts on President Barack Obama’s health insurance enrollment website, HealthCare.gov, were advised that their passwords had been reset to guard against the “Heartbleed” bug, in a message posted on the site on Saturday. The warning marks the latest fallout from the widespread security bug, which surfaced this month and allows hackers to steal […] Continue reading →

Low-carb ketogenic diet prevents & treats cancer: Cancer is a metabolic disease

 For years, cancer was considered a genetic disorder, but emerging evidence suggests that cancer is a metabolic disease that can be prevented and managed with the low-carb, high-fat ketogenic diet. According to cancer researcher Dr. Dominic D’Agostino, the ketogenic diet, in conjunction with ketone supplementation, can significantly reduce the spread of cancer, and may prevent the onset […] Continue reading →

Milk debate touches raw nerve in Capitol

Steven Greenhut  SACRAMENTO — While driving through the Mojave Desert a few years ago, I stopped at a small restaurant and had a meal that included raw oysters. Driving home, I worried about the wisdom of that decision given that desolate desert regions aren’t the best-known places for fresh oysters. Nothing bad ensued, but it reminded […] Continue reading →

Parkinson’s Disease Information

Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy  If you know someone with Parkinson’s disease, you know how difficult it can be to live with this illness. Often, Parkinson’s begins with tiny, almost imperceptible changes – a bit of tremor in the hand, anxiety, constipation, stiff muscles, movements that feel slow or heavy, the sensation that a leg or […] Continue reading →

How Medicaid Fails Hispanics

Daniel Noe  The White House recently began a Spanish-language media blitz encouraging people to sign up for the Affordable Care Act (the ACA, or “Obamacare”)—which, for the lowest-income Americans, means Medicaid. Having a Medicaid card in your wallet is better for your health than having no coverage at all. But it’s also worse than just […] Continue reading →