Poll 58% of Americans Favor Single-Payer Health Insurance

Thus, 90% of Americans over 50 vote with their feet and want Medicare. Hence, the public wants Medicare for all even if they do not admit it.

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Is Johnson & Johnson making Money?

Hence, Johnson & Johnson has a growing market for many of its products. Additionally, the government will pick up many of its customers’ tabs. Thus, I think J&J could be a cash-rich company and a growth stock for decades to come.

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Is Big Pharma making Money at Pfizer?

To clarify, classic value investors look for cash rich companies that are unpopular and unfashionable. As a pharmaceutical house in 2019, Pfizer Inc. (NYSE: PFE) is both.

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Medicare for All at the Polls

Single-payer might be the issue that blows the Trump Administration and the Republican Party apart.

Such reporting and polls raise serious doubts about the ideas that there is a Trump movement and the notion that Trump is the GOP’s leader. A notion to consider is that Trump is the Republicans’ figurehead who does not represent the party or even his own administration.

Healthcare might be issue that lures many Trump voters back into the Democratic fold.

One has to wonder who will be the first Republican leader to drink the single-payer Kool Aid. My money is on Donald J. Trump who personally favors the idea. My prediction is that Trump will unveil some sort of single-payer light proposal if he plans to run for reelection in 2020.

One has to wonder who will be the first Republican leader to drink the single-payer Kool Aid. My money is on Donald J. Trump who personally favors the idea. My prediction is that Trump will unveil some sort of single-payer lite proposal if he plans to run for reelection in 2020.

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Does Feinstein Support Medicare for All?

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.”

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A New Agenda for America

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.

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Did Working Class Whites Really vote for Trump?

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.

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Blockchain Healthcare Solution available, Indian State and MasterCard Join Ethereum Project

The government of the Indian State of Andhra Pradesh and MasterCard (NYSE: MA) have joined the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance (EEA).

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Walgreen Boots Alliance Struggles to Survive

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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