Single-Payer Health Insurance advancing Fast in America

America’s most influential single-payer advocate might be its’ most famous capitalist; Warren Buffett. Uncle Warren supports single payer because he thinks healthcare costs are a threat to American competitiveness.

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Push for Medicare for All Begins

A major push for single-payer health insurance has begun in the wake of the defeat of the Republicans’ Obamacare light health insurance proposal. Not surprisingly U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) is leading the charge for Medicare for All.

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Amendment 69: Colorado’s Flawed Single-Payer Healthcare Proposal

Amendment 69 is a poorly-designed and badly-written piece of legislation every person who believes in justice and common sense should vote against. That goes doubly so for people who believe in single-payer healthcare, because this shoddy ballot measure gives the concept a bad name.

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Top General Validates Bernie’s Syria Policy Suggestion

Bernie Sanders’ proposal for dealing with Syria has been validated by a very surprising individual – one of America’s top generals.

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Utopian Bureaucracy

Bureaucracy is basically a utopian experiment because its practitioners often disregard reality and human nature and expect unrealistic results. They seek to perfect society and humanity itself by setting up bureaucratic structures and imposing and enforcing rules. Examples of this paradigm include Prohibition, the War on Drugs, the Iraq War, The War on Poverty, foreign aid, regulation of business, deregulation of business, the War on Terror, nationalization of industries, denationalization of industries, colonialism, and the Soviet Union, among other stupidities.

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Some Numbers prove that Income Inequality is real and more destructive than you think

The percentage of Americans with no credit cards in 2014 was 29%, up from 22% in 2008 and 20% in 2006, according to a Gallup Survey cited at creditcards.com. If these numbers are correct nearly 10% of Americans can no longer quality for a credit card or feel they cannot pay off the balance.

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Bond Investors Starting to Dump U.S. Student Loan Debt as Too Risky

It looks as if a student loan meltdown could be imminent. That could be bad news for the economy because the amount of student loans in the United States now exceeds the amount of credit card debt.

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America’s Debt Crisis Could Be Worse than That in Greece

Now for a truly frightening fact they are not telling you: The U.S. government itself is currently underwriting a large portion of that debt. Manuel estimated that around $4.6 trillion, or a little over 25%, of the national debt is in the form of intergovernmental holdings; that is, it is owed by one government agency to another.

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The Democratic Presidential Scorecard the Candidates Assessed

Here’s something you may not realize. There are actually around four serious candidates in the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination. Yet only two of them, Hillary Clinton and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont), are attracting attention.

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