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American Free Press

by Mark Anderson

October 9, 2009

A number of "stop the vax" efforts are taking place across America amid persistent warnings of a possible mandated "swine flu" mass vaccination of the populace.

Yet, other sources suggest a lot more normalcy: one Midwestern daily newspaper noted that those catching the "swine flu" should just stay home at least 24 hours "after fever breaks," implying that it's unlikely this flu will kill anyone. Precautions for those who are still well are simply to wash your hands often with soap or sanitizer for "at least 20 seconds."

American Medical Association

by Myrle Croasdale

March 10, 2008

Finding an available fiscal source for the paybacks will likely be difficult for the state's university system now that it has lost its final appeal.

Thousands of students enrolled in the University of California system in 2003, including about 2,500 in medical school, will be getting refunds totaling about $40 million.

American Medical Association News

by Andis Robeznieks

January 18, 2005

Computerized prescribing systems might cut the quantity and severity of medication mistakes, but they can't eliminate them entirely, said patient safety experts who reviewed the U.S. Pharmacopeia's 5th annual study of medication error reports.

The study of the more than 235,000 error reports submitted in 2003 by 570 health care facilities was the largest ever by USP. "Computer entry" was the fourth-leading cause of errors, accounting for 13% (27,711) of the medication errors reported in 2003. In contrast, illegible or unclear handwriting was the 15th-leading cause, and accounted for 2.9% (6,134) of reported errors.

americancommitment.org

May 2, 2013

Great news! Our friends at the Competitive Enterprise Institute today announced a legal challenge to the IRS Obamacare power grab.

We've written about the power grab here, here, and here - but the short version is the law gives states the power to opt out of the huge new subsidies and employer penalty taxes. But when most states exercised the right, the IRS attempted to illegally rewrite the law to force those states back into the subsidy-and-penalty scheme. American Commitment activists flooded the Senate last year with letters demanding a vote to overturn the outrageous IRS rule. And we led a coalition of 46 free-market groups. But the Senate failed to act - even though Republicans had enough signatures to force a vote. Fortunately, with today's announcement, small businesses are standing up for themselves and taking on the IRS!

americaneedsmitt.com

May 13, 2012

This chart is an excerpt from my new book "Romney Bashing for Morons", which is available now at Amazon.com. It is my ObamaCare vs. RomneyCare comparison chart, annotated with footnotes referencing the sources of all the facts contained therein.

Are there other available credible sources, and other interpretations of the very same data? Of course there are. This is not an exhaustive list of all known sources of information on the two health care reform laws. It's simply a list of the sources I used to put this simple comparison chart together. Use it as a starting point, and do your own homework. If you're depending on the Obama administration and the snarky Democrats for your information about the two health care reform plans (and most people are, whether they know it or not) then you deserve whatever you end up with.

americanoverlook.com

August 11, 2013

It's funny how we learn about the pitfalls of Obamacare, just months before the program begins.

This week, the IRS confirmed, "a household earning an annual income that is just $1 more than 400 percent of the Federal Poverty Level is ineligible for an Obamacare subsidy, period." The Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, requires all Americans to obtain health insurance, whether from their employer, or an exchange orchestrated by their state. How much you pay for your healthcare strictly parallels your annual income. In some cases, if your annual income increases just $1, your health-insurance premiums could increase $9,355 per year.

americanpreppersnetwork.com

July 15, 2014

You can never know when disaster will strike, but you can be prepared. One of the best ways to prepare for unexpected disaster is to have and prepare a bug-out bag. So what is a bug-out bag and what should go into a bug-out bag?

Wikipedia defines a Bug-out Bag as a portable kit that contains the items one would require to survive for seventy-two hours when evacuating from a disaster. First things first, you need to choose your bag. When deciding on what kind of bag you are going to use you should consider size, functionality, color and durability/quality. You want to make sure that your bag is big enough to carry everything you need and that you utilize every compartment accordingly. You should consider using a high quality back-packing type of bag as oppose to a book bag that you would use for school. Back packing type bags are specifically designed for outdoor use. They are also designed in such a way so that the weight of your bag is properly and evenly distributed throughout your hips, back, chest and shoulders. This is done through the use of straps and buckles. Make sure you learn the right way to strap your bag on before going out.

americansforprosperity.org

November 9, 2012

Today Americans for Prosperity (AFP) the nation's largest and most effective advocate for economic freedom released the following statement calling on governors to reject the state-based health insurance exchanges.

"Governors should join the growing chorus in sending a strong message to Washington that their states will not implement these flawed health insurance exchanges" said Nicole Kaeding, AFP state policy manager. "Exchanges raise prices on consumers and increase taxes on hardworking families." Multiple governors have announced this week that they will not create an exchange. This list now includes Rick Scott (FL), Bobby Jindal (LA), Sam Brownback (KS), Rick Perry (TX), Nikki Haley (SC), Nathan Deal (GA), Robert McDonnell (VA) and Jay Nixon (MO). AFP applauds these governors.

americanthinker.com

by Rick Moran

July 6, 2012

And they're not even done yet.

The Health and Human Services Department "was given a billion dollars implementation money," Republican Rep. Denny Rehberg of Montana said. "That money is gone already on additional bureaucrats and IT programs, computerization for the implementation."

americanvision.org

by Dr. Joel McDurmon

November 27, 2013

In July of this year, a research group, The Frontier Lab, released a revealing study called "Switching Behavior: Modeling Disaffiliation by Republicans from the Label 'Republican.'"

The Frontier Lab study includes both conservative and moderate Republicans, and identified four key events that prompted individuals to "disaffiliate" from the party. One was the rejection of the "lesser of two evils" argument-the argument that voters had to support a bad Republican because the Democratic candidate would invariably be worse. Both conservatives and moderates are tired of the "two evils" argument. . . . A second reason is closely related. Parting conservatives have expressed "loss of hope" in the party, but not just a general loss of hope-loss of hope specifically that by enduring the lesser of two evils tactic over time, the classic promise of that argument would materialize. That is, over time, and after many abuses, these people have lost hope that the party would change or effect change as promised. As director Anne Sorock puts it in the study, these people "often experienced an emotional exhaustion wherein they no longer felt hope that the party would deliver."

      
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