The public-option is a sneaky means to implement single payer and destroy private health insurance through competition. Since private insurers would not be able to compete they would drop out of the market. Any public option’s premiums would be far lower, and it would likely be available everywhere. Most people would “vote” with their pocketbooks and chose the cheaper “public option.”Read more
The idea behind this agenda is a simple one to create an economy that shares the benefits of capitalism with all Americans. If we do not do the hard work necessary to build such an economy, America will face serious political and social unrest.Read more
Whites without college degrees made the largest group of voters 44%.
Whites without college degrees make up around 33% or one-third of the likely Democratic voters, a March 20 Pew Research Center Poll concluded.
Whites without college degrees made up around 30% of the electorate.
Exit polls overestimated the number of whites without college degrees at 37%. This was probably because some whites without college degrees lied about having one.Read more
The government of the Indian State of Andhra Pradesh and MasterCard (NYSE: MA) have joined the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance (EEA).Read more
Medicare for All would be a boon for Walgreens by financing millions of new pharmacy customers and creating hundreds of thousands of new customers for its in-store clinics. That alone makes WBA a really good value investment to add to portfolios for the future but is it a value investment for the present.
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Austerity is dead and John Maynard Keynes is the economic sage of our age. Learn to love it; and Keynes, politicians if you wanted to get elected. If you don’t like it politicians start looking for a new job because you will need one.Read more
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) “Medicare for All” proposal has gone from a fringe issue to a Democratic mainstay. SupportRead more
Disturbingly, Baucus’s disgusting legacy lives on in Congress. A September 6 meeting of the U.S. Senate’s Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee was devoted entirely to using increased federal subsidies to health-insurance giants like Anthem (NYSE: ANTM), Health over Profit reported. The option of Single-Payer was only raised by protesters in the audience.Read more
The other Obamacare nightmare Democrats face is that Republicans will finally give up on “free market solutions” and embrace single-payer health insurance.Read more
• Allow all employers to purchase Medicare and/or Medicaid coverage for their employees.
• Allow insurance agents, insurance companies, nonprofit organizations; and retailers such as Walmart and Amazon, to sell Medicare and/or Medicaid policies in exchange for a commission say $25 to $100 a policy.Read more