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Obamacare and part-time work

Obamacare and part-time work

Viewpoint By Logan McFadden I just read a piece on part-time work, which I believe totally missed the impact of Obamacare on part-time work.  Daily I read stories about large employers cancelling health insurance outright or reducing hours from 40 to 30 hours per week to avoid the mandatory insurance rules under Obamacare.  The Affordable Care […]

Paul Beard of Pacific Legal Foundation schools on challenging Obamacare and big SCOTUS property rights win (Event Report)

Paul Beard of Pacific Legal Foundation schools on challenging Obamacare and big SCOTUS property rights win (Event Report)

By George Miller Attorney Paul J. Beard II of Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) presented the latest on their Constitutional challenge to Obamacare (he is the lead attorney), price based upon its illegal passage; and also the firm’s big U.S. Supreme Court win on private property rights via the Koontz v. St. Johns River Management District […]

Obamacare: Illegitimate Law of the Land

Obamacare: Illegitimate Law of the Land

Viewpoint By Michael Greer Liberal talking heads keep chanting the mantra that ObamaCare is the “law of the land,” passed by the two houses of Congress and upheld by the Supreme Court.  They tell us we need to stop fighting and just accept it.  Let’s take a look at how legitimately this “law of the […]

Speaker Boehner Announces GOP Conferees on Continuing Resolution

Speaker Boehner Announces GOP Conferees on Continuing Resolution

Press release Speaker Boehner Announces GOP Conferees on Continuing Resolution Posted by Speaker Boehner’s Press Office October 1, 2013 Press Release   WASHINGTON, DC – The House of Representatives adopted legislation tonight that requests a formal conference with the Senate to come to an agreement on legislation that provides funding for the federal government and delays […]

Government “Shutdown?”

Government “Shutdown?”

Viewpoint By George Miller Are the Republicans trying to “shut down” the government? “Shutdown” is the highly misleading term bandied about by demagogues who wish to ram through spending in the form of a “Continuing Resolution” (CR) and blame opposition who were legitimately resisting a relatively small portion of  it. A CR is an omnibus […]

Congresswoman Maxine Waters’ Townhall 9/14/13

Congresswoman Maxine Waters’ Townhall 9/14/13

Viewpoint By Michael Greer Saturday, September 14, 2013 Congresswoman Waters had two Townhalls.  I went to the one in Gardena, California.  Her subject was the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare). I thought it was obvious from the start that she had never read the bill.  She spoke in general terms and talked about the “lies” being […]

U.S. Rep. Brad Sherman Townhall- August 25, 2013

U.S. Rep. Brad Sherman Townhall- August 25, 2013

Viewpoint By Michael Greer What exactly are Townhalls for?  Are they for members of Congress to hear from their constituents?  Or are they for members of Congress to pontificate, link spin and obfuscate?  Apparently Congressman Brad Sherman thinks the latter. Sherman spent the first 25 minutes wasting time.  He introduced his staff and had his […]

Viewpoint: One single petition could end ObamaCare “HR 3590”

Viewpoint: One single petition could end ObamaCare “HR 3590”

By Nicholas E. Purpura Listening to talk radio, the topic of the day was the “Death Panels,” and, yes, there is a death panel that not even Congress has the authority override in the current legislation. It’s time for a wake-up call! Obama-care was ruled unconstitutional, not once, but twice! Thus far not a single […]

Is There a Doctor in the House?

Is There a Doctor in the House?

Viewpoint: By Linda Johnston, decease MD Editor’s Note:  This viewpoint was originally written more than three years ago and now is even more relevant as Affordable Health Care looms in the horizon for all California residents. … “The Medicus Firm conducted a survey in December 2009 that attests to the fact that upwards of 45% […]